Marc Antony is one of the most fascinating figures in Roman history. In this comprehensive biography, Arthur Weigall provides a detailed account of Antony's life and times, from his early days as a soldier to his rise to prominence in the Roman Empire. With an expert eye for detail and a deep understanding of the historical context, Weigall provides valuable insights into the personality and motivations of this enigmatic figure. This book is an essential addition to any Roman history enthusiast's collection.
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