Antonia   - in ancient sources @

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  Antonia 2   - wife of M.Antonius, who divorced her in 47 B.C.
47/22 M.Antonius divorces his wife Antonia, alleging that she had an affair

  Antonia 5   Major - daughter of M.Antonius, and grandmother of the emperor Nero
Wikipedia entry
39/13 The birth of Antonia Major, the daughter of Antonius and Octavia.

  Antonia 6   Minor - daughter of M.Antonius, and mother of the emperor Claudius
Wikipedia entry
36/1 The birth of Antonia Minor, the daughter of Antonius and Octavia.
    Within translations:
Crinag_6.244   & { G-P 12 } & Addressed to Antonia, the wife of Drusus
Crinag_9.239   come on her festal morning to Antonia, supreme in beauty
Ovid:Cons_299   What shall I say of you {Antonia}, most worthy consort of
Plin:HN_7.80   the case of Drusus's wife Antonia never spitting, in the poet
ValMax_4.3.3   affection for his own wife. Antonia also, a woman who surpassed

  Antonia 8   - a fortress near the temple in Jerusalem
Wikipedia entry
Joseph:AJ_13.307   tower which was called Antonia;) and he commanded them,
Joseph:AJ_15.292   strong fortress by it, called Antonia, and was rebuilt by himself,
Joseph:AJ_15.406   vestments in the tower of Antonia, [407] because the Romans ought
Joseph:AJ_15.409   name of the Tower of Antonia.
Joseph:AJ_15.424   the king; it led from Antonia to the inner temple, at
Joseph:BJ_1.75   its name was changed to Antonia; and he gave orders that
Joseph:BJ_1.118   sons under restraint in Antonia, which was a fortress tha
Joseph:BJ_1.121   staid with him, fled to Antonia, and got into his power
Joseph:BJ_1.401   royal palace, which he called Antonia, in honour of Anton
MegTaan_3   wers adjoining the fortress of Antonia by the Jews in 66

  Antonia   - in documents
CIL_add.2 (c. 45)   na, Tituria, Aemilia, Antonia, Hortensia, Acilia, F
SelPap_1.186 for entertaining Antonia 2 ob.; and for Taptollous d
SelPap_1.19 Copy. To Antonia Asciepias also called Cy
SelPap_2.325 the Arsinoite nome, from Antonia Thermoutharion, ac

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