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Tiberias Claudius

M, b. 063 BCE, d. 033 BCE

Parents

Family: Livia Drusilla Julia Augusta (b. circa 065 BCE)

Biography

  • Birth: Tiberias Claudius was born in 063 BCE.
  • Death: He died in 033 BCE, at age ~30.

Livia Drusilla Julia Augusta

F, b. circa 065 BCE

Parents

Family: Tiberias Claudius (b. 063 BCE, d. 033 BCE)

Biography

  • Birth: Livia Drusilla Julia Augusta was born circa 065 BCE.

Appius Claudius Nero

M, b. circa 093 BCE

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Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Appius Claudius Nero was born circa 093 BCE.

Tiberius Claudius Nero

M, b. circa 123 BCE

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Biography

  • Birth: Tiberius Claudius Nero was born circa 123 BCE.

Marcus Livius Drusus

M, b. circa 120 BCE, d. 091 BCE

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Biography

  • Birth: Marcus Livius Drusus was born circa 120 BCE.
  • Death: He died in 091 BCE.

Marcus Livius Drusus

M, b. circa 140 BCE, d. 109 BCE

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Biography

  • Birth: Marcus Livius Drusus was born circa 140 BCE.
  • Death: He died in 109 BCE.

Marcus Antonius

M, b. 083 BCE, d. 030 BCE

Parents

Family: Octavia Major, Roman Matron, (b. 064 BCE, d. 011 BCE)

Biography

  • Birth: Marcus Antonius was born in 083 BCE.
  • Marriage: He and Octavia Major, Roman Matron, were married in 040 BCE.
  • Death: Marcus Antonius died in 030 BCE, at age ~53.
  • Occupation: He was a Triumvir.
  • Note: Antony, Mark (Latin Marcus Antonius) (83?-30 BC), Roman statesman and general, who defeated the assassins of Julius Caesar and, with Gaius Octavius and Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, formed the Second Triumvirate, which ultimately secured the end of the Roman Republic. Antony was born in Rome and educated for a short time in Greece. From 58 to 56 BC he served as a leader of cavalry in Roman campaigns in Palestine and Egypt, and from 54 to 50 BC he served in Gaul under Julius Caesar. Subsequently, with Caesar's aid, he attained the offices of quaestor, augur, and tribune of the people. At the outbreak of the civil war between Caesar and the Roman soldier and statesman Pompey the Great, Antony was appointed Caesar's commander in chief in Italy. He commanded the left wing of Caesar's army at the Battle of Pharsalus in 48 BC, and in 44 BC he shared the consulship with Caesar. After the assassination of Caesar in 44 BC, Antony's skillful oratory, immortalized by Shakespeare in the play Julius Caesar, turned the Roman people against the conspirators, leaving Antony for a time with almost absolute power in Rome. A rival soon appeared, however, in the person of Gaius Octavius, later the Roman emperor Augustus, who was grandnephew of Caesar and Caesar's designated heir. A struggle for power broke out when Antony, Octavius, and a third contender for the throne, the Roman general Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, formed the Second Triumvirate and agreed to divide the Roman Empire among themselves. In 42 BC, at Philippi, the triumvirate crushed the forces led by two assassins of Caesar, the Roman statesmen Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassius Longinus, who sought to restore the Roman Republic. Later in the same year, Antony summoned the Egyptian queen Cleopatra to attend him in the city of Tarsus, in Cilicia (now in Turkey), and explain her refusal to aid the triumvirate in the civil war. Instead of punishing Cleopatra, however, Antony fell in love with her and returned with her to Egypt in 41 BC. In 40 BC he attended meetings of the triumvirate in Italy, at which a new division of the Roman world was arranged, with Antony receiving the eastern portion, from the Adriatic Sea to the Euphrates River; in the same year he attempted to cement his relations with Octavius by marrying the latter's sister Octavia. Nevertheless, Antony soon returned to Egypt and resumed his life with Cleopatra. Octavius made use of this fact to excite the indignation of the Roman people against Antony. When, in 36 BC, Antony was defeated in a military expedition against the Parthians, popular disapproval of his conduct deepened in Rome, and a new civil war became inevitable. In 31 BC the forces of Antony and Cleopatra were decisively defeated by those of Octavius in a naval engagement near Actium. The couple returned to Egypt, deserted by the Egyptian fleet and by most of Antony's own army. In the following year, besieged by the troops of Octavius in Alexandria and deceived by a false report of Cleopatra's suicide, Antony killed himself by falling on his sword.



    "Antony, Mark," Microsoft(R) Encarta(R) 98 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-1997 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Octavia Major, Roman Matron

F, b. 064 BCE, d. 011 BCE

Parents

Family: Marcus Antonius (b. 083 BCE, d. 030 BCE)

Biography

  • Birth: Octavia Major, Roman Matron, was born in 064 BCE.
  • Marriage: She and Marcus Antonius were married in 040 BCE.
  • Death: Octavia Major, Roman Matron, died in 011 BCE, at age ~53.

Marcus Antonius Creticus

M, b. circa 113 BCE, d. 069 BCE

Parents

Family: Julia Caesar (b. circa 113 BCE)

Biography

  • Birth: Marcus Antonius Creticus was born circa 113 BCE.
  • Death: He died in 069 BCE.
  • Occupation: He was a Paetor-Rome.

Julia Caesar

F, b. circa 113 BCE

Parents

Family: Marcus Antonius Creticus (b. circa 113 BCE, d. 069 BCE)

Biography

  • Birth: Julia Caesar was born circa 113 BCE.

Marcus Antonius

M, b. 143 BCE, d. 087 BCE

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Biography

  • Birth: Marcus Antonius was born in 143 BCE.
  • Death: He died in 087 BCE, at age ~56.
  • Occupation: He was The Orator, Praetor of Ro.
  • Note: Praetor of Rome.

Gaius Antonius

M, b. circa 173 BCE

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Biography

  • Birth: Gaius Antonius was born circa 173 BCE.

Saxtus Julius Caesar

M

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Saxtus Julius Caesar

M

Lucius Julius Caesar

M, b. circa 133 BCE

Parents

Family: Cossutia (b. circa 133 BCE)

Biography

  • Birth: Lucius Julius Caesar was born circa 133 BCE.
  • Occupation: He was a Consul/Censor.

Cossutia

F, b. circa 133 BCE

Family: Lucius Julius Caesar (b. circa 133 BCE)

Biography

  • Birth: Cossutia was born circa 133 BCE.

Lucius Julius Caesar

M, b. circa 160 BCE, d. 043 BCE

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Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Lucius Julius Caesar was born circa 160 BCE.
  • Death: He died in 043 BCE.

Gaius IV Octavius

M

Family: Ancharia (b. circa 090 BCE)

Ancharia

F, b. circa 090 BCE

Parents

Family: Gaius IV Octavius

Biography

  • Birth: Ancharia was born circa 090 BCE.

Marcus Atius Balbus

M

Family: Julia Caesar (b. circa 120 BCE, d. 084 BCE)

Julia Caesar

F, b. circa 120 BCE, d. 084 BCE

Parents

Family: Marcus Atius Balbus

Biography

  • Birth: Julia Caesar was born circa 120 BCE.
  • Death: She died in 084 BCE.

Caius Julius Caesar

M, b. circa 150 BCE, d. 084 BCE

Parents

Family: Aurelia

Biography

  • Birth: Caius Julius Caesar was born circa 150 BCE.
  • Death: He died in 084 BCE in Pisa, Italy.
  • Occupation: He was a Praetor.

Aurelia

F

Parents

Family: Caius Julius Caesar (b. circa 150 BCE, d. 084 BCE)

Gaius Julius Caesar

M

Parents

Family: Marcia Rex

Marcia Rex

F

Family: Gaius Julius Caesar