After the conspirators flee, who rules Rome?

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After the conspirators flee, Rome is ruled by Antony, Octavius (Caesar's nephew who later takes the name Augustus), and Lepidus.  However, soon after the triumvirate begins its rule in Act IV scene I, Octavius and Antony plan to cut Lepidus out of power.

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