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  • Antony: Roman general under Julius Caesar in the Gallic wars; repudiated his wife for the Egyptian queen Cleopatra; they were defeated by Octavian at Actium (83-30 BC)
  • Mark Antony is a historical figure who features as a character in the HBO/BBC2 original television series Rome, played by James Purefoy. Like the real Mark Antony he was a Roman general and politician and a close supporter of Julius Caesar.
  • Roman orator, politican and soldier around 80-30 BC. His love affair with Cleopatra split the empire, and he lost the war to Octavian (Augustus Caesar)
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Marc Anthony - The Concert from Madison Square Garden
Marc Anthony - The Concert from Madison Square Garden
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Media Type: DVD
Artist: ANTHONY,MARC
Title: CONCERT FROM MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
Street Release Date: 03/16/2004
Domestic
Genre: SALSA/MERENGE

Marc Anthony brings his elegant passions to the Big Apple in this exciting 2001 concert performance. The dazzled audience erupts at the singer's knockout, Spanish-language openers, "Y Hubo Alguien" and "Contra la Corriente," swoons to his exultant "You Sang to Me," and hangs on every marvelous syllable in the exquisitely phrased "When I Dream at Night." Anthony's material occasionally slides into bathos ("That's Okay"), but at his best he can go from big band salsa ("Nadie Como Ella") to Burt Bacharach-flavored pop-soul ("My Baby You") to gorgeous, breathless ballads ("Da la Vuelta") without breaking a sweat. But when he needs all engines firing at once, such as on his hot-hot-hot big hit, "I Need to Know," the tension and power are delicious. Watching Anthony work a stadium crowd--gliding, dancing, playing to every corner--reminds one of Mick Jagger's playbook. --Tom Keogh

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Mark Antony and Octavian. Spring-early summer 41 BC. AV Aureus (19mm, 8.04 g, 12h
Mark Antony and Octavian. Spring-early summer 41 BC. AV Aureus (19mm, 8.04 g, 12h
Mark Antony and Octavian. Spring-early summer 41 BC. AV Aureus (19mm, 8.04 g, 12h). Ephesus mint; M. Barbatius Pollio, magistrate. M · ANT · I(MP) (AV)G III VIR · R · P C · M BARBAT · Q · P, bare head of Mark Antony right / CAESAR · IMP · PONT · III · VIR · R · P · C ·, bare head of Octavian right. Crawford 517/1a; CRI 242; Calico 109; Sydenham 1180. Struck during Antony’s extensive stay in Ephesus, this type was issued in large part for the payment of his forces. An important and interesting type, it features Octavian as well, a triumviral colleague and eventual rival.
Mark Antony and Octavia. Summer-autumn 39 BC. AR Cistophorus (28mm, 10.71 g, 12h). Ephesus mint. Head of Antony right, wearing ivy wreath, lituus below; all within wreath of ivy and flowers; c/m: (IMP
Mark Antony and Octavia. Summer-autumn 39 BC. AR Cistophorus (28mm, 10.71 g, 12h). Ephesus mint. Head of Antony right, wearing ivy wreath, lituus below; all within wreath of ivy and flowers; c/m: (IMP
Mark Antony and Octavia. Summer-autumn 39 BC. AR Cistophorus (28mm, 10.71 g, 12h). Ephesus mint. Head of Antony right, wearing ivy wreath, lituus below; all within wreath of ivy and flowers; c/m: (IMP). (VE)S (AV)G within rectangular incuse / Draped bust of Octavia right above cista, flanked by coiled snakes. RPC I 2201; CRI 262; Sydenham 1197; RSC 2; for c/m: Howgego 840.

mark antony my baby you
mark antony my baby you
MARK ANTONY: A Life
History has not been kind to Mark Antony, but then he was probably his own worst enemy, fatally flawed, too fond of wine and women, extravagant, impetuous, reckless, always in debt, and attached to all the wrong people. There is some truth in this list of Antony's failings, but the propaganda machine of his enemy, Octavian, ensured that these facets of Antony's character were the only ones to survive. There is no mention of the fact that Caesar, who could not afford to promote incompetent assistants, found in Antony a very able lieutenant. Nor is it acknowledged that immediately after the assassination of Caesar in 44 BC, it was Antony and not Octavian who held the state together, when it could so easily have slipped into chaos.
In modern eyes, influenced by Shakespeare, Antony is perhaps the ultimate tragic hero, who gave up everything for the love of a woman, Cleopatra VII, ruler of Egypt. Octavian presented Antony as a weakling, completely dominated by Cleopatra, and therefore a threat to Rome by dint of his association with the unbridled ambitions of the Egyptian Queen to rule the world. While Antony attended to the eastern half of the Roman world, shoring up Octavian whenever he needed troops, ships, and money, Octavian eventually planned to bring him down, embarking on a smear campaign to convince the Roman people that Antony should be eliminated. The result was civil war and the defeat of Antony in the naval battle of Actium. In Alexandria, Antony and Cleopatra committed suicide in 30 BC. Octavian buried them side by side, and took total control of Rome and Egypt.

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