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Both Cleopatra and Octavia had prepared supplies of food and clothing for his
starving army: he accepted Cleopatra's gift, but not Octavia's. After reorganizing
his forces, in 34 he invaded Armenia and captured the king Artavasdes, whom he
Antony, who had crossed with Cleopatra and his forces to Greece, was deprived
of his powers and prospective consulship for 3 1, and Octavian formally
proclaimed a iustum bellum on Cleopatra. In 3 1 Octavian, who was holding his
172] 17. the marr1age of antony and Cleopatra. The date is much disputed. W. W.
Tarn (CAH, X, 66 ff.) and others place it in 37: a new supplementary dating era
started in Alexandria in 37, which may denote the regnal years of the joint reign ...
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