Was Marc Antony aware why Cleopatra married him?

Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.
Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.
Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.
Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.
Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.
Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.

Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.

Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.

Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.

Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.

Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.

Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.

Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.

Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.
Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.
Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.
Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.
Yes, he most certainly was aware of why Cleopatra married him. Their so-called marriage, was the uniting of their political idea and ambitions, not a marriage as we know it. It was staged to impress the Egyptian people. Marc Antony had no feelings for Cleopatra whatsoever, as his letter to Octavian, in which he describes his opinion of Cleo in vulgar unflattering terms and denies that she is his wife, proves.