The New York Times reviewer called Antonius â€œan eloquent advocateâ€ of Arab nationalism.
Cicero, in the second Philippic calls Antonius a catamite; but in
Is the little worm aware that one reason I stay so close to Italia is to keep the name Marcus Antonius alive in Italian eyes?
An opinion shared by a troupe of musicians and dancers who had hastened from Byzantium at the news of his advent in the neighborhood; from Spain to Babylonia, every member of the League of Dionysiac Entertainers knew the name Marcus Antonius.
Her Antonius is a bit of a lad, if you follows me, but not cruel.