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Antony (1210—1222)

Antony Alcock

Antony Alpers (1919—1996)

Antony and Cleopatra

Antony and Cleopatra

Antony and Cleopatra ballets

Antony And The Johnsons

Antony Augoustakis

Antony Batt (c. 1596—1651) Benedictine monk

Antony Bek (1279—1343) bishop of Norwich

Antony Billinghurst

Antony Black

Antony Charles Lloyd (1916—1994)

Antony Claret (1807—1870)

Antony Claud Frederick Lambton (1922—2006) politician and writer

Antony G. Keen

Antony Garrard Newton Flew (b. 1923)

Antony Gibbs (1756—1815) merchant

Antony Gormley (b. 1950)

Antony Greville Dudgeon (1916—2004) air force officer

Antony Hatzistavrou

Antony Henry Head (1906—1983) army officer and politician

Antony Hewish (b. 1924)

Antony Hopkins (b. 1921)

Antony House

Antony I Kassymatas (821—837)

Antony II Kauleas (893—901)

Antony IV (1389—1390)

Antony Manini (c. 1750—1786) musician


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(Barber: Antony and Cleopatra) Bass‐bar. Encouraged by the Romans to prove his loyalty to the empire by marrying Octavia, sister of the Roman Emperor Octavius Caesar, Antony leaves his bride to return to the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra. When the Romans approach to capture him, Antony hides in Cleopatra's palace, but believing Cleopatra to be dead, he stabs himself. He dies in her arms. Created (1966) by Justino Díaz.

Subjects: Opera.

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