- ISBN: 9781473836327
- ISBN: 1473836328
- ISBN: 9781473834569
- ISBN: 1473834562
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (314 pages)
- Publisher: Havertown : Pen and Sword, 2014.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Maps; List of Plates; Introduction; Chapter 1: The Making of a Roman Hero; Chapter 2: East!; Chapter 3: The Civil War; Chapter 4: Enemy of the State; Chapter 5: Triumvir; Chapter 6: Prince of the East; Chapter 7: The New Alexander; Chapter 8: The End of the New Dionysos; Chapter 9: The Aftermath, the Offspring, and the Legacy; Bibliography; Notes; Index.
Mark Antony was embroiled in the tumultuous events of the mid-1st century BC, which saw the violent transformation from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire. After being defeated by Augustus he has often been characterized by hostile historians as a loyal henchman of his uncle Julius Caesar but without the guile and vision to attain greatness in his own right (hence Shakespeare casts him as a 'plain, blunt man' whom Caesar's assassins don't think it worthwhile to kill). In his infamous alliance and love affair with Cleopatra of Egypt he is also often seen as duped and manipulated by a sharpe.
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