5. L. Marcius
Censorinus, L. F. C. N., a violent partizan of M. Antony, and one of the praetors in B. C. 43. (Cic. Phil. 11.5
, 14, 13.2, duo praetores,
12.8; comp. Garaton. ad
12.8.) When Antony passed over into Asia after arranging the affairs of Greece in B. C. 41, he left Censorinus governor of the province. (Plut. Ant. 24
.) His adherence to Antony procured him the consulship in 39 (D. C. 48.34
), and we learn from the Triumphal Fasti, that he obtained a triumph for some successes he had gained in Macedonia, which must consequently have been his province.