Marcus Antonius

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Roman general under Julius Caesar in the Gallic wars

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Scribonius Curio, Marcus Antonius Antyllus, and Iullus Antonius.
Marcus Antonius had completed a year in office in 103 BC as one of the middle-ranking city magistrates of Rome, called praetors, and he was assigned the war against the Cilicians as his `province' (provincia), or area of responsibility, for the next year.
Even as a young man, he knew instinctively how to upstage Marcus Antonius, his chief rival in trying to claim Caesar's legacy.
when Marcus Antonius the Orator campaigned in this region, he apparently based himself west of Syedra at Side, a major port of Pamphylia, and, as already mentioned, in later years a favourite haven for Cilician pirates.
EHCA officials presented maps and underwater photos taken at the site of the ruins of the Timonium, the palace where Queen Cleopatra VII of Egypt and Caesar Marcus Antonius courted one another for three years from 32BC to 30BC before both committed suicide after the fall of their kingdom at the hands of Octavian, the conquering Roman warrior.
Antony, Markalso spelled Marc Anthony, Latin Marcus Antonius (b.
Something of a dreamer, he, unlike the more practical Cassius, makes a number of tactical errors, such as allowing Marcus Antonius to speak to the citizens of Rome.
Latin name Marcus Antonius, c82 - 30 bc ) Roman triumvir and general.
10 Folkestone SP forecast 5-6 Good effort in a jumpers bumper last time but not quite so good over hurdles and arguably not the form horse here, though the one that is, Marcus Antonius, ran such a moody race last time that you couldn't trust him.
Cosgrave was found to have used the whip eight times finishing a short-head second on Marcus Antonius in the Smiths News Handicap.
The poem contains echoes of Baptista Mantuanus, Juvencus, and Prudentius, along with the elegies of Marcus Antonius Sabellicus and the writings of Rodolphus Agricola.
FORT MYERS, FL -- Artist Marcus Antonius Jansen, noted by art historian Jerome Allan Donson, (former director of the American Vanguard Exhibitions Europe 1961), as the "innovator of Modern Expressionism," was recently acknowledged in Asia for his work, "Urban Times," at the 12th International Print & Drawing Biennial R.
Selections, prefaced by a brief discussion of each text's literary characteristics, publication history, and thematic content, include "To the Reader," "Delia," "The Complaint of Rosamund," "A Letter from Octavia to Marcus Antonius," "Musophilus," "A Pastoral," "Certain Epistles," "Ulysses and the Siren," "To the Right Reverend Father in God," "James Montague," and "A Defense of Rhyme.
Marcus Antonius was so enraged by Cicero's first speech against him after the death of Julius Caesar that Cicero's friends persuaded the orator to leave the city of Rome temporarily.