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date: 22 September 2023

Antonius, Iulluslocked

Antonius, Iulluslocked

  • Theodore John Cadoux
  •  and Barbara Levick


Antonius, Iullus, second son of the Triumvir Mark Antony (M. *Antonius (2)) and *Fulvia, born 43 bce, was brought up in Rome by *Octavia (2) and married in 21 to her elder daughter by C. *Claudius Marcellus (1) (consul 50 bce). Praetor (13), consul (10), and proconsul of Asia (7/6?), he was condemned (2 bce) for adultery with *Iulia (3), entailing designs on the Principate, and committed suicide. His son Lucius, last of the male line, died in ce 25. Iullus wrote verse, including an epic Diomedeia in 12 books; Horace addressed Carm. 4. 2 to him.


  • Roman History and Historiography

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