Marcus Antonius Creticus (c.-103 - -71) MP

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Birthplace: Roma, Lazio, Italia
Death: Died in Crète
Occupation: Paetor of Rome
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About Marcus Antonius Creticus

Marcus Antonius Crecitus di Roma died circa 71 BC.

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ID: I62058

Name: Marcus Antonius Creticus of Rome

Given Name: Marcus Antonius

Surname: Creticus of Rome

Sex: M

_UID: 4BDE5E027560AF4385E7B260440A5D42BB6C

Change Date: 18 Oct 2005 1 2 3 4

Birth: 100 BC

Death: ABT 71 BC

Father: Marcus Antonius of Rome b: 143 BC

Marriage 1 Julia of Rome b: 103 BC

Married: 5 6 7 4

Children

Gaius Antonius
Lucias Antonius
MARC @ ANTHONY OF ROME b: 83 BC

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Abbrev: Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Nevill

Title: Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville (published by author 1978)evilleeville. published by author 1978.

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J.H. Garner

Page: Chart 1826, p 393

Text: no parents

Abbrev: Our Family Tree

Title: Jordan & Kimble, Our Family Tree (1929)

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Text: Antonius Crecitus

Abbrev: PrenticeNet: A Lineage to Caesar

Title: PrenticeNet: A Lineage to Caesar (WWW)

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webmaster@PrenticeNet.com

http://www.prenticenet.com/roots/surnames/ancient/2caesar.htm

Text: Antonius Crecitus

Abbrev: Pullen010502.FTW

Title: Pullen010502.FTW

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Text: Date of Import: Jan 5, 2002

Abbrev: Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Nevill

Title: Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville (published by author 1978)evilleeville. published by author 1978.

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Call number:

J.H. Garner

Page: Chart 1826, p 393

Abbrev: Our Family Tree

Title: Jordan & Kimble, Our Family Tree (1929)

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Call number:

Abbrev: PrenticeNet: A Lineage to Caesar

Title: PrenticeNet: A Lineage to Caesar (WWW)

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Call number:

webmaster@PrenticeNet.com

http://www.prenticenet.com/roots/surnames/ancient/2caesar.htm

Forrás / Source:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jdp-fam&id=I62058

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcus_Antonius_Creticus

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Died : omk 71 BC

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Died : omk 71 BC

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Died : omk 71 BC

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Died : omk 71 BC

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcus_Antonius_Creticus -------------------- 33740611072440468. Marcus Antonius II "Creticus" Praetor ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 son of Marcus Antonius "the Orator" Consul ROMAN EMPIRE and Unknown, was born in , , Roma, Italy and died in 68 B.C. in , , Roma, Italy.

General Notes: He was Praetor, B.C. 71, and took care of the granaries, made war unsuccessfully upon the Cretans and died in grief B. C. 68.

Marcus married Julia Caesonia ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <, , Rome, Italy>. Julia was born in , , Roma, Italy. Another name for Julia was Julia Antonia of ROMAN EMPIRE.3470

The child from this marriage was:

16870305536220234 i. Ruler Of Rome Mark Anthony III ROMAN EMPIRE (born in 83 B.C. in Rome, Italy - died in 30 B.C. in Alexandria, Egypt)

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mgholler/Caden/a55.htm#i547458954 Marcus Antonius Creticus (flourished 2nd century BC and 1st century BC) was a Roman politician, member of the Antonius family. Creticus was son of Marcus Antonius Orator and by his marriage to Julia Antonia he had three sons: Triumvir Marcus Antonius, Gaius Antonius and Lucius Antonius. He was elected praetor in 74 BC and received an extraordinary commission, similar to that bestowed upon triumvir Pompey by the Gabinian law years later and on his father three decades before, to clear the Mediterranean Sea of the threat of piracy, and thereby assist the operations against King Mithridates VI of Pontus. Creticus not only failed in the task, but plundered the provinces he was supposed to protect from robbery.[1] He attacked the Cretans, who had made an alliance with the pirates, but was totally defeated, most of his ships being sunk. Diodorus Siculus states that he only saved himself by a disgraceful treaty.[2] As a result of this defeat he was mockingly given the byname Creticus, which means "conqueror of Crete", and also "man made of chalk", when translated from Latin. He died soon afterwards (72-71) in Crete. Most authorities are agreed as to his avarice and incompetence, but the biographer Plutarch describes him as friendly, honest and generous man.[3]

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