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Antony's Invasion of Parthia (42 to 33 B.C.E.)
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Antony's Invasion of Parthia (42 to 33 B.C.E.)

Sources: Suetonius, "The Life of Augustus" | https://amzn.to/3g0AKby Appian, "The Civil Wars: Book 3" | https://amzn.to/2PKEBPr Appian, "The Civil Wars: Book 4" | https://amzn.to/2PKEBPr Plutarch, "The Life of Antony" | https://amzn.to/3s9lE6b...
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