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Mark Antony: Rome's Best Leader

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The passing of Rome's finest leader, Julius Caesar, led none other than Mark Antony to take his place, but only after the battle between the conspirators and Antony’s allies. Those of the Senate also guilty for their part in the stabbing of Julius Caesar so that they could rule. This might have all just been prevented had Julius listened to his wife Calpurnia, warning him not the go to the House of the Senate, for her dream had him and a fountain of blood. Or the soothsayer who told him to be careful and watch for the Ides of March, and the man who was outside the House of the Senate trying to give him a letter as a warning, minutes before his death. Mark Antony is and will be a great leader to the people of Rome, he also sees the good in others,
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