Marcus Antonius III Triumvirate (Marc Antony)
Born: Abt 83 BC
Married to Octavia "the Elder"
Died: Abt 30 BC, Egypt
Son of *Marcus Antonius II "Creticus" and his wife, who later married Cornelius Lentulus Sura, step-father to Mark Antony, who was also the grandson of Antonius the Orator, who was born 83 B.C., and who was married a total of five times: (1) Fadia; and (2) Antonia. From this second marriage, there was a daughter, Antonia, who married Pythodorus. They had a daughter, Pythodoris, who married (1) Archelaus of Cappadocia, and (2) Polemo I. From this marriage there were three children: Antonia Tryphaena; Zeno; and M. Antonius Polemo (?). Mark Antony married (3) Fulvia, widow of Clodius, and later widow of Crio. Mark Antony married (4) *Octavia the Elder, and finally, at the end of his career, in the autumn of 37 B.C. (5) Cleopatra VII., Queen of Egypt, previously married (1) Ptolemy XIII., who died in 47 B.C., and (2) Ptolemy XIV, who died in 44 B.C. Mark Antony and Cleopatra both committed suicide, and he died in 30 B.C. By Mark Antony, Cleopatra bore a daughter, Cleopatra of Cyrene (Selene), Queen of Cyrene, about 33-31 B.C., married Juba II. of Mauretania, son of Juba I. of Numidia, ruler of Armenia, Media, and Parthia. Salene and Juba II. had a son, Ptolemy of Mauretania.
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