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Family Sheet
HUSBAND
Name: Triumvir Marcus Antonius Of Rome Note Born: at Abt. 82 BC Married: Died: at Abt. 30 BC Other Spouses: Octavia ''the Younger''
Queen Cleopatra Vii Of Egypt
Father: Marcus Antonius Crecitus Praetor Of Rome Mother: Julia
WIFE
Name: Fulvia Note Born: Died:
CHILDREN
Name: Antyllus "the Younger'' (marcus Antonius) Born: Died: at Abt. 30 BC Wife: Julia Iii Augusta
NOTES
1). Antony or Marc Antony, Lat. Marcus Antonius, c.83 B. C . 3 0 B.C., Roman politician and soldier. He was of a d is ti ng ui shed family related to Julius CAESAR, who mad e h i m a pro tég é. In 49 B.C. Antony became tribune. H e and Q ui ntus Cas siu s Longinus see CASSIUS, family , a nother t rib une, veto ed t he bill to deprive Caesar of hi s army. C aesa r then cro sse d the Rubicon, and the civi l war began . Afte r Caesar s assa ssination 44 B.C. , An tony, then c onsul , aroused th e mob a gainst the conspira tors. Octavia n lat er AUGUSTUS joined f orces with him , but they soo n fell o ut. However , Octavian a rranged th e Second Triumv irate wit h Antony an d Marcus Aemil ius Le pidus see LEPID US, family . At Philip pi, in 42 B.C. , A ntony and Octavia n crushed t he republican s, and the tri u mvirate ruled th e empire fo r five years. An tony met CL EOPAT RA in 42 B.C. , and thei r love affair began . When A ntony s w ife, Fulvi a, died 4 0 B.C. , he married O ctavi an s sister , OCTAVIA . In 37 B.C ., Antony settled in A le xandria as th e acknow ledged love r of Cleopatra. In 32 B . C. the senate de prive d Antony o f his powers, thus maki ng c ivil war inevitab le . In the fo llowing year Octavian s forc es defeated Anto n y and Cleopa tra in the naval ba ttle at Ac tium, and Anto ny r eturned t o Egypt. When Octa vian came the re 30 B.C. , Anton y commi tted suicide, an d Cleopatra kill ed hersel f soon afte rward . Of the man y dramas on the trage dy, th e best known b y fa r is SHAKE SPEAREs Antony and Cleo patr a. Source The Co nc ise Colu mbia Encyclopedia is licens e d from Columbia Univ e rsit y Press. Copyright c 1995 b y C olumbia University P re s s. All rights reserved.Anton y or Ma rc Antony, Lat. Ma r cus A ntonius, c.83 B.C. 30 B.C ., Romanp olitician and s old ier . H e was of a distinguish ed family r elated toJul ius C AESAR, wh o made him a protg . In 49 B. C . Antony be came tr ibune.He an d Quintus Cassi us Longinu s see CASSI US, famil y , another t ribun e, veto ed the bil l to depriv e Caesar o f his army. Caes ar then c rossed theRu bicon, a nd the civ i l war began. Afte r Caesa r s assassinat ion 44 B.C. ,Ant ony, then consul, aro use d the mob agai n s t the conspirato rs. Octavian later AUG U STUS joined fo rce s with him, bu t they soon fell ou t . Howe ver,Octavia n arra nged the Seco nd Triumvirate wit h Antony an d Marcu s Aemiliu sLepidus s e e LEPIDUS, famil y . At Philipp i , in 42 B.C. , Antony and Octavian crushe d the republican s , an d the tri umvirate ru led the empire for five years . Anto ny met CLEOPA TRA in 4 2 B.C., and the i r love affa irbegan. W hen Antony s wife , Fulvia, died 40 B.C. , h e married Octav ian ssiste r , O CTAVIA. In 37 B .C., Anton y settled in Alexan dria as t heac knowledged lov er of Cle opatra. I n 32 B.C. th e senat e dep rived Anton y ofhis po wers, thus making civil wa r inev itab le. In th e f ollowi ng yearOctavian s forces defea ted A nto ny and C leopatr a in the naval battle atActium, a n d Ant on y retur ned t o Egypt. When Octavian came there 3 0 B.C. , A nton y comm itted suicide, an d Cleopatra killed her self s o o n after ward. Ofthe many dramas on the tragedy, th e be s t k now n b y far is SHAKESPEARE sAntony and Cleopatra . S ou rc e The Concise Columbia Encyclopedia is licensed f r o m C olum bia UniversityPress. Copyright c 199 5 by Co lu mb i a Unive rsity Press. All rights reserved. !BIRTH edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged !DEATH edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged
2). Fulvia is described as an ambitious woman of charac t e r w h o married  asher third husband , Mar k Antony, a n d wh o w a s active in the politicaldisputes between hi m an d Oct avia n . In Shakespear   s Antony and Cleopatra,s he i s refer re d t o as   shrill tongued  .





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