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Antony, Mark

Line breaks: Mark An¦tony
Pronunciation: /ˈantəni
 
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  • (Circa 83-30 bc), Roman general and triumvir; Latin name Marcus Antonius. A supporter of Julius Caesar, he was appointed one of the triumvirate after Caesar’s murder. Following the battle of Philippi he took charge of the Eastern Empire, where he established his association with Cleopatra. Quarrels with Octavian led finally to his defeat at the battle of Actium and to his suicide.

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