makes you think, doesn’t it. about what? about marriage. does it? the two of us.
When an agreement was met between what came to be known as “The Second Triumvirate”, Antony, Lepidus and Octavian put down a list of enemies who should be killed. Most important among them was Cicero, senior stateman and Antony’s chief enemy. According to Cassius Dio, when Antony’s wife Fulvia, who had been married to another of Cicero’s enemies as well, saw Cicero’s severed head, she “pulled out the tongue, which she pierced with the pins that she used for her hair”, as retaliation for the orator’s speeches against her husbands.
mark antony and fulvia in eight days that made rome: rome’s first emperor
You’ll make a lot of men very angry with your Gauls and your Celts and your plebs and such. l’ll have to double your guard.
marcus antonius ( 14 january 83 bce – 2 august 30 bce )
O, wither’d is the garland of the war!
The soldier’s pole is fall’n; young boys and girls
Are level now with men; the odds is gone,
And there is nothing left remarkable
Beneath the visiting moon. (xv iv.)
outfit concept for mark antony