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He naturally turned to Antony, Caesar's former colleague and supporter, but
Antony was embittered that this youth should have been preferred by Caesar; nor
was Antony prepared to relinquish Caesar's money which he had taken over and
ANTONY IN THE EAST After Philippi Antony had, in agreement with Octavian (p.
166), gone to the eastern provinces to raise money (41). The unfortunate cities of
Asia Minor, who were still groaning from the extortions of Brutus and Cassius, ...
Although Antony avoided taking any royal title for himself, and announced these
arrangements by virtue of his triumviral authority, this partition of Rome's eastern
provinces under the new Queen of Kings must have aroused considerable ...
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ROME AT THE CROSSROADS
The Growth of Romes Empire
The Senatorial Government
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