A historian needs more documentation on Agustus, the successor to Julius Caesar. There are probably scholars in Naples that could help, but it may also be a good idea to peruse their archives while you are there.
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Step 1 - Dignified Augustus:
[Naples archives: Browse archaeology book]
Caesar's adopted son, grandson of Caesar's elder sister. Formed a triumvirate with Caesar's subjects, but later came to a disagreement and became the first Emperor of the Roman Empire. He had great political skill, creating just the right distance from the Senate. The honorific "Augustus" was given to him by the senate, and means "venerable".
Step 2 - The hero who hates snow:
Augustus had a very human side as well. He hated lightning, and always carried "Sealskin" with him, because at that time, it was said to have lightning-repelling abilities. He visited Naples a few times, and died there too, I believe.
Final Step - A very human hero:
Augustus, the successor to Caesar and first emperor of the Roman Empire, was a skilled politician. He died in Naples. Since he visited the town in life as well, perhaps something related to him can be found there. I should search outside the town. [use observe & search southeast corner]