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  Antonius 8   (M. Antonius) - Roman orator, consul 99 B.C.
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143/20 The birth of the orator M.Antonius.
124/2 tried for extortion, but is defended by M.Antonius and acquitted.
113/5 The quaestor M.Antonius is summoned before Cassius' enquiry, but
111/15 Cn.Carbo commits suicide after being brought to trial by M.Antonius.
102/8 M.Antonius talks to eminent scholars at Athens, before travelling on
102/12 M.Antonius suppresses the pirates; M.Gratidius is killed during the
99/_ Consuls: M. Antonius M.f., A. Postumius Albinus
97/5 The censors, Flaccus and Antonius, remove M.Duronius from the senate
95/16 speaks against him, but he is successfully defended by M.Antonius.
90/3 the lex Varia, including the acquittal of M.Antonius and M.Scaurus.
87/42 Sayings of M.Antonius.
87/43 General comments on the character of Antonius.
87/44 Antonius is hunted down and killed by Marius' soldiers.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_115   L. Crassus and M. Antonius, both of consular dignity, wer
Cic:Brut_138-144 *   our own countrymen, to Antonius and Crassus! For, in my
Cic:Brut_161-165 *   about three years later than Antonius. I have particular
Cic:Brut_168   acquaintance of M. Antonius: he commanded under him in Cil
Cic:Brut_173   entioned, (that is Crassus and Antonius) came L. Philippus
Cic:Brut_186   hesitated whether to say Antonius or Crassus; or this man,
Cic:Brut_189   either upon Crassus or Antonius? There were certainly
Cic:Brut_203   assus, while Cotta chose Antonius for his model: but the
Cic:Brut_207   ready mentioned; because Antonius, who was always courted
Cic:Brut_214   for instance, of Sulpicius and Antonius. But this deficien
Cic:Brut_215   her. [215] & Thus Antonius could readily invent such argu
Cic:Brut_230   a joint advocate with Antonius and Philippus (at that
Cic:Brut_296   ators, let us proceed to Antonius and Crassus, your two
Cic:Brut_301   er) and when Crassus and Antonius, and afterwards Philippu
Cic:Brut_304   was made a legate; and Antonius was absent on a similar
Cic:Brut_307   his life; and Q. Catulus, M. Antonius, and C. Julius,
Cic:Brut_333   Afterwards came Antonius, and Crassus; and then Cotta,
Cic:DeOr_1.24   time, as well as Marcus Antonius, a sharer in all the
Cic:DeOr_1.62   Or, if our friend Marcus Antonius had had to speak for
Cic:DeOr_1.80   {18.} [80]   Antonius then observed: "You prove to
Cic:DeOr_1.97   Drusus; on which subject you, Antonius, (I speak but the truth,)
Cic:DeOr_1.99   replied Crassus, "let us ask Antonius, who is both capable of
Cic:DeOr_1.109   to the exact definition of Antonius, at least according to common
Cic:DeOr_1.113   on the art, to whom Antonius just now alluded, it was
Cic:DeOr_1.122   {27.} Antonius soon after said, "I have
Cic:DeOr_1.172   divine power of genius in Antonius appears to me, although wanting
Cic:DeOr_1.178   private suit against our friend Antonius, did not my whole defence
Cic:DeOr_1.206-209 *   inclination,) what if we ask Antonius to tell us something of
Cic:DeOr_1.262   {62.} When Antonius had concluded these observations, Sulpicius
Cic:DeOr_2.1   youth, and that Marcus Antonius was entirely destitute and
Cic:DeOr_2.11   the conversation of Crassus and Antonius, that any one could imagine
Cic:DeOr_2.15   you have come to hear Antonius. " [16] "For my part,
Cic:DeOr_2.26   But why do we delay Antonius, whose part is, I hear,
Cic:DeOr_2.39   Catulus then said, "Although, Antonius, the course of your
Cic:DeOr_2.44     "It is so," says Antonius; "and as to this kind
Cic:DeOr_2.50   of subjects, therefore,' continued Antonius, "which often require to
Cic:DeOr_2.55   far from being wonderful," said Antonius, "if history has not yet
Cic:DeOr_2.59   [59]   When Antonius had spoken thus, "What is
Cic:DeOr_2.71   observed, "You seem to me, Antonius, to have set clearly before
Cic:DeOr_2.77   "You are wrong, Catulus," said Antonius, "for I myself have met
Cic:DeOr_2.97   I think that even you, Antonius, have never written much." 'As
Cic:DeOr_2.124   then said, "Do you rather, Antonius, go on as you have
Cic:DeOr_2.126   or purposely omitted by Antonius; nor if you, Antonius,
Cic:DeOr_2.143     "We shall then," said Antonius, "learn all these things from
Cic:DeOr_2.146   is indeed the end," continued Antonius, "of that part on which
Cic:DeOr_2.152   from whose notions your discourse, Antonius, has for some time past
Cic:DeOr_2.155   had such authorities as these, Antonius, I wonder why you should,
Cic:DeOr_2.179   which you have discussed, Antonius, something that requires to
Cic:DeOr_2.202     "In good truth, Antonius," interposed Sulpicius, "you recall
Cic:DeOr_2.220   For that talent which you, Antonius, attribute to me, must be
Cic:DeOr_2.228   should have done so," said Antonius, "if I had not sometimes
Cic:DeOr_2.231   "What if I agree with Antonius," replied Caesar, "in thinking that
Cic:DeOr_2.257   Caelius, that joke of yours, Antonius, was assuredly of advantage to
Cic:DeOr_2.265   Cassandra, 'I can name,' said Antonius, 'many of your Ajaxes.' **
Cic:DeOr_2.274   way, as Mancia congratulated you, Antonius, when he heard that you
Cic:DeOr_2.290   now I think that you, Antonius, who said ** that you
Cic:DeOr_2.295   all my heart," continued Antonius, "whether he wish to
Cic:DeOr_2.298   tell you, Caesar, " replied Antonius, "what I mean; but do
Cic:DeOr_2.351   leave you to do," said Antonius, "will be in your own
Cic:DeOr_2.364     "I wished," replied Antonius, "to take away from
Cic:DeOr_3.1   after the discourse of Antonius, bitter remembrance renewed in
Cic:DeOr_3.16   opinion, to think either that Antonius was more dry, or Crassus
Cic:DeOr_3.19   also the ready compliance of Antonius, have taken from me all
Cic:DeOr_3.22   as I observed yesterday, and Antonius indicated in some passages of
Cic:DeOr_3.32   can be more dissimilar than Antonius's manner of speaking and my
Cic:DeOr_3.37   matters, therefore, of which Antonius has treated so explicitly,
Cic:DeOr_3.47   danger of censure myself; since Antonius has declared that he thinks
Cic:DeOr_3.52   "Those two parts indeed, Antonius," continued Crassus, "which I
Cic:DeOr_3.70   have delivered, which however Antonius has set forth with
Cic:DeOr_3.75   Metrodorus, of whose memory Antonius has made honourable mention;
Cic:DeOr_3.78   aid of those common-places which Antonius has set forth, and that
Cic:DeOr_3.103   together; a point on which Antonius has already spoken; these are
Cic:DeOr_3.119   those common places which Antonius enumerated; but some common
Cic:DeOr_3.189   [189] "And I," said Antonius, "have at length discovered
Cic:DeOr_3.217   in those lines which you, Antonius, cited a while **
Cic:Tusc_1.10   neither L. Crassus, nor M. Antonius can defend you; and where,
Cic:Tusc_2.57   seen the knees of Marcus Antonius touch the ground when he
Cic:Tusc_5.55   and abroad; and even M. Antonius, ** the greatest orator whom
CIL_1.2662   command of Marcus Antonius, proconsul, a fleet was ca
CIL_1.680   nsulship of Marcus Antonius and Aulns Postumius these
FastCap_p72   - 100 are missing] [99] & M. Antonius M.f. M.n. , A. Pos
GranLic_19   The two Catuli and Antonius went as envoys of the senate
Plin:HN_8.19   and the consulship of Marcus Antonius and Aulus Postumius {99 BC}
Plinius:Ep_5.20   not one indeed if Marcus Antonius is to be believed, - but
ValMax_2.9.5   [9.5]   M. Antonius and L. Flaccus removed Duronius
ValMax_3.7.9   [7.9]   M. Antonius, the orator, did the opposite.
ValMax_6.8.1   [8.1]   Marcus Antonius, a most celebrated orator in
ValMax_7.3.5   We should perhaps excuse M. Antonius, who said, that he never
ValMax_8.9.2   savage leaders to kill M. Antonius, were stupefied by his eloquence,
ValMax_9.2.2   the severed head of M. Antonius was brought to him, displayed

  Antonius 9   (M. Antonius Creticus) - Roman praetor, 75 B.C.
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74/12 M.Antonius is granted special powers, "imperium infinitum", to enable
74/21 Antonius attacks the pirates and their allies in Liguria and Spain.
72/28 M.Antonius leads an attack on the Cretans, whom he accuses of aiding
72/45 when she claims to have been wronged by an officer of M.Antonius.
71/2 The Cretans defeat Antonius and force him to retreat.
71/27 The death of M.Antonius, who is given the ironic title of Creticus.
71/28 comments on the character of Antonius, and his unsuccessful campaign
71/29 Antonius' debts force his son to renounce his inheritance.
    Within translations:
Diod_40.1   amp; 39 [1] &   Marcus Antonius agreed peace terms with
FastCap_p74   alerius L.f. L.n. Flaccus , M. Antonius M.f. M.n. - they
Sall:Hist_3.6   .6] [3.5M] & &   Antonius was having difficulty in drivi
THI_178.B   generous spirit. When Marcus Antonius, the general in charge

  Antonius 10   (C.Antonius Hybrida) - Roman consul, 63 B.C.
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84/33 C.Antonius uses cavalry troops to plunder the province of Achaea.
76/3 C.Antonius is accused by Caesar of extortion in the province of Achae
70/36 view of the senate, removing C.Antonius, Q.Curius, P.Lentulus and oth
64/21 C.Antonius, a candidate for consul, and Q.Gallius, a candidate for
64/22 toga candida", against his rival candidates Catilina and Antonius.
64/28 Cicero and Antonius are elected to be consuls for the following year.
63/_ Consuls: M. Tullius M.f. Cicero, C. Antonius M.f. Hybrida
63/4 cooperation of his colleague Antonius, and of Fulvia, the mistress
63/60 Catilina joins Manlius; Antonius is appointed as general against them
63/75 Catilina avoids battle with Antonius, and awaits the outcome of event
62/5 defeated and killed by an army under the command of C.Antonius.
62/29 7.23, letters from Cicero to C.Antonius, P.Sestius and M.Fadius Gallu
61/18 C.Antonius, as governor of Macedonia, fights unsuccessfully against
61/19 Plancius and Sestius serve under Antonius in Macedonia.
59/12 Cicero speaks in defence of C.Antonius, but Antonius is convicted of
44/8 Caesar recalls C.Antonius and other exiles.
42/44 C.Antonius and P.Sulpicius are appointed to be censors, but they
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_693   territory of Pistoria by C. Antonius. [696]
Joseph:AJ_14.66   nth Olympiad, when Caius Antonius and Marcus Tullius Cicer
Oros_6.1   the consulship of Cicero and Antonius 63 B.C. however, to quote
Oros_6.6   M. Tullius Cicero and C. Antonius 63 B.C. Pompey, upon receiving
Plin:HN_8.213   colleague in the consulship Gaius Antonius. But not only in pigs
Plin:HN_33.53   in our municipal towns. Gaius Antonius gave plays on a silver
Schol:Bob_79   Autronius, the consuls C.Antonius and Cicero introduced
ValMax_2.8.7   only a moderate joy. Gaius Antonius also, the conqueror of Catiline,
ValMax_4.2.6   married the daughter of C. Antonius, whom he had convicted; and

  Antonius 12   (M. Antonius, "Mark Antony") - Roman triumvir, consul 44 B.C.
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  + Antoninus
82/1 The birth of M.Antonius, the future triumvir.
59/52 M.Antonius spends all of the younger Curio's money.
58/7 M.Antonius joins the supporters of Clodius.
58/59 M.Antonius leaves Rome to study rhetoric in Greece.
57/18 son of Aristobulus; Marcus Antonius displays outstanding bravery
54/24 M.Antonius goes from Egypt to join Caesar in Gaul.
53/38 is violently assaulted by M.Antonius, a candidate for quaestor.
52/33 M.Antonius rejoins Caesar in Gaul, as his quaestor.
51/50 attack the Romans, but eventually agrees to a truce with M.Antonius.
50/34 M.Antonius is elected to be tribune of the plebs for the following
50/35 M.Antonius is elected to be augur, with strong support from Caesar.
49/1 M.Antonius forces the consuls to publish a letter from Caesar, which
49/4 passes the ultimate decree; M.Antonius, Q.Cassius, Curio and Caelius
49/58 M.Antonius, acting as Caesar's deputy, visits many of the Italian tow
48/15 M.Antonius forces Libo, the admiral of Pompeius, to withdraw from Bru
48/17 M.Antonius sails over from Brundisium to Lissus with the remainder
48/64 returns to Brundisium, and Antonius arrives there shortly afterward
48/66 Caesar is appointed dictator, with Antonius as his magister equitum.
47/21 M.Antonius fails to suppress disturbances caused by the tribune P.Dol
47/22 M.Antonius divorces his wife Antonia, alleging that she had an affair
47/23 Further misdeeds of M.Antonius, while acting as magister equitum
46/52 Caesar forces Antonius to pay the full amount for the purchase of a
46/94 M.Antonius marries Fulvia.
45/50 M.Antonius travels out to Narbo, where C.Trebonius suggests forming
44/_ Consuls: C. Julius C.f. Caesar (V), M.Antonius M.f.
44/1 M.Antonius speaks in the senate against the appointment of Dolabella
44/103 Antonius summons a meeting of the senate, but Cicero decides not
44/108 Antonius is given command of the army in Macedonia, and summons it
44/109 Cicero offends Antonius by speaking in defence of Sicca.
44/110 a meeting of the senate, Antonius rebukes Cicero in a strongly wor
44/111 Antonius prevents Octavianus from standing for election as tribune.
44/112 Rome bring about a reconciliation between Antonius and Octavianus.
44/114 Octavianus is accused of plotting to murder Antonius.
44/117 Antonius leaves Rome to join the legions at Brundisium.
44/125 Antonius condemns Cn.Seius to death.
44/126 mber of veterans to Rome, but they refuse to fight against Antonius.
44/129 Two legions desert from Antonius to Octavianus, while marching from
44/130 Antonius summons a meeting of the senate, but then postpones it.
44/131 Antonius holds a hurried meeting of the senate, before going to meet
44/132 Antonius formally leaves Rome, and sets off for Cisalpine Gaul.
44/136 icero's "Second Philippic", a passionate invective against Antonius.
44/139 use his legions to fight on behalf of the senate against Antonius.
44/140 utbreak of civil war between Antonius, Octavianus and their enemies.
44/141 fuses to surrender Cisalpine Gaul to Antonius, and prepares for war.
44/144 M.Antonius enters Cisalpine Gaul, and starts to besiege Decimus Brutu
44/19 Antonius offers a diadem to Caesar at the festival of Lupercalia, but
44/26 Antonius blocks Dolabella's election as consul.
44/37 onspirators, who send envoys to negotiate with Antonius and Lepidus.
44/38 and Cassius make a show of reconciliation with Antonius and Lepidus.
44/46 Antonius implements, and allegedly falsifies, written proposals left
44/47 Antonius seizes all of Caesar's money from the temple of Ops.
44/50 Dolabella, Macedonia to Antonius, Crete to Brutus, and Cyrenaica
44/52 Antonius passes a law to ban the creation of dictators.
44/56 Octavianus meets Antonius, but fails to gain his support.
44/58 Marius", is put to death by Antonius, after setting up an altar
44/60a Antonius gives control of the island of Cyprus to Cleopatra and Arsin
44/63 Antonius recalls Sex.Cloelius and other exiles.
44/67 Antonius visits Campania, and allocates land to veterans.
44/72 Cic:Fam_11.2, a letter from Brutus and Cassius to Antonius.
44/75 Antonius summons a meeting of the senate, but then cancels it.
44/76 the province of Cisalpine Gaul to Antonius, for a period of 5 years.
44/77 M.Antonius passes an agrarian law, which appoints seven commissioners
44/96 Piso criticises Antonius at a meeting of the senate.
44/97 Cic:Fam_11.3, a letter from Brutus and Cassius to Antonius.
43/1 The senate meets to discuss the threat of war against Antonius.
43/3 votes to send three envoys to convey their decisions to Antonius.
43/10 Cicero encouraging the senate to remain vigilant against Antonius.
43/100 Octavianus, Antonius and Lepidus agree to form a political alliance
43/101 Octavianus, Antonius and Lepidus meet on an island near Bononia,
43/111 L.Caesar, the uncle of Antonius, and Paulus, the brother of Lepidus,
43/117 Antonius and his wife Fulvia abuse the severed head of Cicero, which
43/12 Antonius rejects the terms brought by the senate's envoys, and offers
43/17 emergency measures against Antonius after their envoys return; Sulp
43/26 Aquila defeats Plancus Bursa, an officer of Antonius, at Pollentia.
43/27 The senate votes to send a second embassy to Antonius.
43/28 icero, concerning war against Dolabella and the embassy to Antonius.
43/32 hil_13, a speech of Cicero in reply to an open letter from Antonius.
43/35 vianus approach Mutina, but do not come into conflict with Antonius.
43/36 entidius gathers an army of veterans to come in support of Antonius.
43/42 battle of Forum Gallorum: M.Antonius defeats Pansa, but is then
43/45 Cicero, proposing a supplication to mark the victory over Antonius.
43/46 helps Fulvia, the wife of Antonius, during the fighting around Mut
43/48 near Mutina, Hirtius defeats Antonius again but is killed during the
43/50 Antonius retreats from Mutina.
43/62 Antonius continues to march towards Lepidus, and reaches Forum Julii.
43/65 Octavianus enters into communication with Antonius and Lepidus.
43/69 Antonius arrives at the camp of Lepidus, and they combine their force
43/95 Decimus Brutus is pursued by Antonius, and killed after his troops
42/17a slave-dealer deceives Antonius over a pair of supposed twins.
42/20 Antonius and Octavianus sail with their army from Brundisium to Maced
42/23 Antonius and Octavianus arrive at Philippi.
42/24 Dellius deserts Cassius and joins Antonius.
42/28 fleet carrying further reinforcements to Antonius and Octavianus.
42/29 Antonius and Octavianus attempt to force Brutus to fight another batt
42/38 Antonius assumes control of the eastern provinces, and Octavianus agr
42/40 have taken refuge on the island of Thasos, surrender to Antonius.
42/41 Antonius enlarges the city of Philippi and sets up altars in celebrat
41/4 Antonius resides at Ephesus, and settles the affairs of Asia Minor.
41/5 Sherk_85, a letter of Antonius concerning the association of athlete
41/12 Antonius settles Syria and the eastern provinces.
41/13 Antonius helps Boethus to achieve a prominent position at Tarsus.
41/14 Cleopatra sails in a golden barge to meet Antonius at Tarsus.
41/15a spreads false rumours about M.Antonius amongst his supporters in Ita
41/19 Antonius appoints Herod and his brother Phasael to be tetrarchs.
41/20 the sister of Cleopatra, is killed at Ephesus by order of Antonius.
40/2 Antonius spends the winter with Cleopatra in Egypt.
40/6 Many supporters of Antonius flee from Italy.
40/9 Antonius sails from Egypt to Asia Minor, and then to Greece, where
40/10 Tiberius Nero goes from Sicily to Greece, and joins Antonius.
40/12 extius, the governor appointed by Antonius, defeats Fango in Africa.
40/15 Domitius joins Antonius with his fleet.
40/16 Antonius sails to Italy, and attempts to capture Brundisium.
40/17 Fulvia, the wife of Antonius, dies at Sicyon.
40/23 Antonius is reconciled with Octavianus at Brundisium, and agrees
40/28 Antonius and Octavianus go to Rome, where they are awarded ovations.
40/32 Herodes goes to Rome, where Antonius and Octavianus formally recognis
39/10 Antonius leaves Italy and returns to Greece.
39/13 The birth of Antonia Major, the daughter of Antonius and Octavia.
39/16 Antonius confirms Polemon, Amyntas, and others as dependant kings in
38/8 Antonius sails to Brundisium, but leaves soon afterwards as Octavianu
38/15 Antonius besieges Antiochus of Commagene at Samosata, but eventually
37/8 Antonius and Octavianus meet at Tarentum, and agree the terms for the
37/11 Messala leaves Antonius and joins Octavianus.
37/13 Antigonus is executed, by order of Antonius.
36/1 The birth of Antonia Minor, the daughter of Antonius and Octavia.
36/2 Antonius marries Cleopatra.
36/3 Antonius re-distributes the territory of the kings in Cappadocia, Pon
36/5 Antonius invades Media.
36/16 Antonius besieges Phraaspa, but fails to capture the city.
36/18 The army of Antonius suffers many casualties when he is forced to ret
36/19 General comments on Antonius' unsuccessful war against the Parthians.
36/26 Cleopatra goes to meet Antonius in Phoenicia, and brings supplies for
35/3 x.Pompeius attacks the officers of Antonius, and captures Lampsacus.
35/4 Antonius plans another campaign against Media, but then postpones it.
35/9 Antonius accepts some soldiers who have been brought over to Greece
34/_ Consuls: M. Antonius M.f. (II), L. Scribonius L.f. Libo
34/1 Antonius resigns as consul, and L.Sempronius takes his place.
34/4 Herodes meets Antonius at Laodiceia and rebuts the accusations made
34/10 Antonius invades Armenia and captures king Artavasdes.
34/14 Antonius celebrates a triumph in Alexandria for his victory in Armeni
34/15 "donations of Alexandria": Antonius grants royal titles to the chil
34/17 Antonius officially marries Cleopatra.
34/18 OGIS_195, a statue of Antonius, "inimitable in love".
34/18a ARS_127, an edict of Antonius concerning property.
33/6 Antonius makes a pact with the king of Media Atratopene.
33/8 Antonius assigns Armenia Minor to Polemon.
33/9 Octavianus and Antonius exchange mutual insults and accusations.
33/10 Antonius and Cleopatra gather their forces at Ephesus.
33/23 Antonius and Cleopatra allegedly indulge in degenerate behaviour, inc
33/24 46.1088, a Lex Fonteia, granting privileges in the name of Antonius.
32/1 onsuls decide not to publish Antonius' dispatches concerning his acti
32/3 with an armed guard, and the consuls leave Rome to join Antonius.
32/7 Antonius formally divorces Octavia.
32/8 Antonius goes to Greece, where he stays for the rest of the year.
32/11 Plancus and Titius desert from Antonius to Octavianus.
32/14 Octavianus seizes the will of Antonius, and reads it in the senate.
32/15 Geminius fails to persuade Antonius to send Cleopatra back to Egypt.
32/19 Pollio refuses to join in fighting against Antonius.
31/1 Messalla is appointed to be consul in place of Antonius.
31/2 Omens occur before the war between Octavianus and Antonius.
31/3 Antonius and Octavianus assemble large land and naval forces.
31/9 Antonius marches to confront Octavianus.
31/10 The forces of Antonius suffer many losses from disease.
31/12 Cn.Domitius deserts Antonius, but dies soon afterwards.
31/13 Antonius takes precautions to avoid poisoning.
31/14 Antonius uses debased silver coins to pay his army.
31/21 Q.Dellius, Amyntas, Deiotarus and others desert Antonius.
31/22 Cleopatra persuades Antonius to lead out his fleet for battle.
31/23 ctavianus decisively defeats Antonius in a naval battle near Actium.
31/25 The land army of Antonius surrenders to Octavianus.
31/26 Antonius and Cleopatra escape by sea.
31/31 Antonius and Cleopatra arrive back in Egypt, but are deserted by thei
31/32 Inconclusive negotiations between Antonius and Octavianus.
30/7 Octavianus punishes Ephesus for its support of Antonius.
30/8 Antonius and Cleopatra continue to hold extravagant parties at Alexan
30/10 Antonius and Cleopatra send envoys to Octavianus.
30/13 Q.Didius prevents a group of gladiators from joining Antonius.
30/14 nus in Rhodes, and is forgiven for his previous support of Antonius.
30/16 Antonius unsuccessfully attacks Gallus at Paraetonium.
30/18 Octavianus defeats Antonius near Alexandria.
30/20 Antonius commits suicide.
30/26 on the ambitious but flawed characters of Antonius and Cleopatra.
30/31 re-arranges the household of Antonius; Caesarion and Antyllus are kil
30/32 consul in Rome, receives the official news of the death of Antonius.
30/38 and other treasures that have been removed from temples by Antonius.
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Antonius

  Antonius 13   (C. Antonius) - Roman praetor, 44 B.C.
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49/56 C.Antonius is forced to surrender to M.Octavius, one of Pompeius' off
44/84 C.Antonius presides over the Ludi Apollinares, on behalf of M.Brutus.
43/120 C.Antonius is put to death by Hortensius, after attempting to start
43/30 Brutus defeats and captures C.Antonius near Apollonia.
Oros_6.15   of his troops, fled to Antonius. Basilus and Sallustius, with the

  Antonius 14   (L. Antonius) - Roman consul, 41 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Antoninus , Lucius
44/77 law, which appoints seven commissioners, led by his brother Lucius.
43/41 L.Antonius captures and sacks the city of Parma.
41/_ Consuls: L. Antonius M.f. , P. Servilius P.f. Vatia Isauricus (II)
41/1 The triumph of L.Antonius, from the Alps.
41/15 and his enemies in Italy; L.Antonius briefly gains control of Rome
41/17 L.Antonius takes refuge in Perusia, and is surrounded by Octavian's
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ExcBarb_49B   Aemilius and Caesarius Antoninus and Sevilianus Isauricu
FastTr_p109   k.Sext.] (31st July) [41] & L. Antonius M.f. M.n., consul,
Joseph:AJ_14.230   imperator, and to Lucius Antonius the pro-quaestor, I obta
Joseph:AJ_14.235   October." [235] "Lucius Antonius, the son of Marcus, pro-
OGIS_448   (c. 49) e people [honoured] Lucius Antonius [son of] Marcus, quaestor a
Oros_6.18   the third against L. Antonius, and the fourth against

  Antonius 15   (M. Antonius) - an associate of Sertorius in Spain
Diod_38.22a killed by Tarquitius and Antonius, who were sitting on eit
Sall:Hist_3.79 top [couch] was Antonius, and Versius, the secetary of

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CIL_1.2506 reedman of Publius Gaius Antonius, freedman of Gaius b
CIL_1.462 a well? Esquiline. I, Gaius Antonius, made it. Port
CIL_1.682 freedman of Lucius Gaius Antonius Nicon, freedman of M
SelPap_1.112 self. My name is Antonius Maximus, my company the At
SelPap_1.120 Antonius Longus to Nilous his
SelPap_2.249 the case which Marcus Antonius Tituleius, soldier
SelPap_2.254 aevius, have sealed. I, Marcus Antonius Diogenes, have
SelPap_2.258 the market-place. Antonius son of Apollonius appeared
SelPap_2.260 rmer epistrategus and by Antonius Macron likewise tha
SelPap_2.342 roperty worth 1 talent ; Antonius Heraelianus owning
SelPap_2.387 Hermopolite nome, from Antonius Justinus, duplicar
SelPap_2.421 his left hand, Marcus Antonius Valens, aged 22, a

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