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Youngest which Brutus and Cassius fell. Antony then of the triumvir, was consul in 41, when he enthe instiOctavianus at in war his as received he had to which went against gaged Asia, share of the Roman world. In Cilicia he met gation of Fulvia, his brother's wife. He threw himself into the town of Perusia, which he was tony. _ obliged to surrender in the following year. , elder son of the triumvir by relatives, in Italy. touy prepared to support his the war was brought to a close at the begin- Fulvia, was executed by order of Octavianus, 30.
Hermon. ANTlLOCHUS (-i), son of Nestor and Anaccompanied his father to Troy, and himself by his bravery. He was distinguished slain before Troy by Memnon the Ethiopian. ANTIMlCHUS (-i), a Greek epic and elegiac poet of Claros or Colophon, flourished towards the end of the Peloponnosian war; his chief work was an epic poem called Tlte- axibia, bais. ANTIN05POLIS (-is), a splendid city, built by Hadrian, in memory of his favorite ANTINOUS, on the E. bank of the Nile. ANTINOUS (-i). (1) Son of Euplthes of and one of the suitors of Penelope, was slain by Ulysses.
APERANTlA (-ae), a town and district of Aetolia, near the Achelous, inhabited by the Aperantii. (-ae), a town of Coele-Syria, be- iPHACA tween Heliopolis and Byblus, celebrated for the worship and oracle of Aphrodite (Venus). IPHIREUS (-ei), father of Idas and Lynceus, the Aph&retMae (also Aphdr&ia proles), celebrated for their fight with Castor and Pollux. APHINDA (-ae), an Attic demus not far from Decelea, was originally one of the 12 towns and districts into which Cecrops is said to have divided Attica.