Antony is the original spelling of Anthony (name). It can refer to:
- Mark Antony (83–30 BC), Roman politician and general
- Anthony the Great, also known as Antony (c251-356), Egyptian saint
- Metropolitan Antony (Bloom) of Sourozh (1914–2003), Russian Orthodox bishop
- Metropolitan Antony (Khrapovitsky) of Kiev (1863–1936), Russian Orthodox bishop
- Antony Hegarty (born 1971), English singer, composer, and visual artist
- Antony Rea, French mixed martial arts fighter
- Antony, Belarus, a village in the Hrodna Voblast of Belarus
- Antony, Cornwall, a village in Cornwall, United Kingdom
- Antony House
- Antony, Hauts-de-Seine, a commune in the Hauts-de-Seine département of France
- Antony (Paris RER) a train station on the RER B line in Paris
Other articles related to "antony":
... uncle and his nephew might have increasingly doubted that Antony would win the war so that they changed sides ... by quarrels with other leading followers of Antony, Plancus’ relations with Antony which had cooled off and other reasons which were covered up by the propaganda of Octavian ... The two deserters informed Octavian about the content of Antony’s testament and the place where it was kept ...
... after the Treaty of Brundisium between Octavianus, Mark Antony and Lepidus ... A supporter of Mark Antony, Atratinus was one of his legates, serving as propraetor in Greece in 39 BC ... In 36 BC he was given command of a portion of a fleet which Antony had sent to help Octavianus deal with Sextus Pompey ...
... Beaumont, Antony, Busoni the Composer, Faber and Faber, London, 1985 ... ISBN 0-571-13149-2 Beaumont, Antony, ed ... ISBN 0-231-06460-8 Beaumont, Antony Susanne Rode-Breymann, eds ...
... and the Starfish" is a song written by Antony Hegarty and performed by Antony and the Johnsons, a Mercury Prize-winning music act from New York City ... It first appeared on Antony and the Johnsons, the self-titled first album from Antony and the Johnsons recorded in 1998 ...
... See also List of twin towns and sister cities in France Antony is twinned with Eleftheroupolis, Greece Collegno, Italy Turin, Italy Lewisham, UK Sderot, Israel Hammam-Li ...
Famous quotes containing the word antony:
“The tender skin does not shrink from bayonets, the timid woman is not scared by fagots; the rack is not frightful, nor the rope ignominious. The poor Puritan, Antony Parsons, at the stake, tied straw on his head when the fire approached him, and said, This is Gods hat.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)