Who was Marc Antony?

Marc Antony was a distant relative of Julius Caesar on his mother's side. He was a cavalry officer and quaestor in Caesar's army. He was a capable administrator as long as there were no great challenges and was a great orator. He was Caesar's "Master of the Horse" or second in command at Rome when Caesar held the dictatorship and had to be away from Rome. After Caesar's murder he came to a compromise with the assassins (he was counsul at the time). When Octavian came to Rome, they agreed to disagree, fought a war, and were forced by circumstances to form a political alliance. He was a member of the second Triumvirate and helped to bring Caesar's assassins to justice. After a rocky relationship with Octavian, a war broke out and he lost the famous battle at Actium.
Marc Antony was a distant relative of Julius Caesar on his mother's side. He was a cavalry officer and quaestor in Caesar's army. He was a capable administrator as long as there were no great challenges and was a great orator. He was Caesar's "Master of the Horse" or second in command at Rome when Caesar held the dictatorship and had to be away from Rome. After Caesar's murder he came to a compromise with the assassins (he was counsul at the time). When Octavian came to Rome, they agreed to disagree, fought a war, and were forced by circumstances to form a political alliance. He was a member of the second Triumvirate and helped to bring Caesar's assassins to justice. After a rocky relationship with Octavian, a war broke out and he lost the famous battle at Actium.