Lucius Antonius

Lucius Antonius may refer to:

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Censorinus (died 53 BC)
... If so, his father and uncle Lucius were staunch supporters of the popularist faction of Cinna ... The others are an Antonius who is either the famous Marcus Antonius or one of his two brothers, Gaius or Lucius Cassius Longinus and his brother Lucius and Quintus Mucius Scaevola ... Other close members of the Censorinus family were supporters of Antonius as triumvir, and one of them, the consul of 39 BC, came into possession of Cicero's house on the Palatine after his death ...
Third Marriage To Mark Antony - Perusine War (41 BC To 40 BC) and Fulvia's Death
... Dio wrote that "the following year Publius Servilius and Lucius Antonius nominally became consuls, but in reality it was Antonius and Fulvia ... Italy and Antony abroad, Fulvia allied with her brother-in-law Lucius Antonius and publicly endorsed Mark Antony in opposition to Octavian ... of Antony and Cleopatra's affair in Egypt she may have escalated the tensions between Octavian and Lucius in order to draw back Antony's attention to Italy ...
Antonii - Members of The Gens
... Titus Antonius Merenda, Decemvir in 450 BC, defeated by the Aequi on Mount Algidus ... Quintus Antonius T ... Merenda, tribunus militum consulari potestate in 422 BC Marcus Antonius, magister equitum in 334 B.C ...
Perusine War
... It was fought by Lucius Antonius and Fulvia to support Mark Antony against his political enemy (and the future Emperor Augustus), Octavian ... Fulvia and Antony's younger brother, Lucius Antonius, raised eight legions in Italy ... The lives of Fulvia and Lucius Antonius were both spared, but Antonius was sent to govern a Spanish province ...
Salvidienus Rufus
... he hastily retreated to Italy to oppose Lucius Antonius and Fulvia (Antony's wife), who had taken up arms against Octavian, starting the so-called Perusian War ... captured and destroyed the city of Sentinum and then, with Agrippa, surrounded Lucius Antonius's forces in Perusia ... who had no clear orders from Antony, remained out of the struggle and Lucius Antonius was forced to surrender after a few months of siege (Winter 40 ...