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Mark An·to·ny(ăn′tə-nē) or Mark An·tho·ny (ăn′thə-nē) Originally Marcus Antonius. 83?-30 bc.
Roman orator, politician, and soldier. His love affair with Cleopatra split the triumvirate he had formed with Octavian and Lepidus and led to war. In 31 bc the forces of Antony and Cleopatra were defeated by Octavian at Actium, and both subsequently committed suicide.
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An•to•ny(ˈæn tə ni)
Mark (Marcus Antonius), 83?–30 B.C., Roman general: friend of Caesar; rival of Augustus Caesar.