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His wife was Julia, of the house of the Caesars, and she could vie with the noblest and most discreet women of her time. By this mother her son Antony was reared, after the death of whose father she married Cornelius Lentulus, whom Cicero put to death for joining the conspiracy of Catiline.1 This would seem to have been the origin and ground of the violent hatred which Antony felt towards Cicero.

1 Cf. the Cicero, xxii.

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