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Encyclopedia > 41 BC

Centuries: 2nd century BC - 1st century BC - 1st century

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Cleopatra Seduces Antony, 41 BC (990 words)
The seed that spawned their relationship was sown with the murder of Julius Caesar in March 44 BC (see The Assassination of Julius Caesar).
By 41 BC Antony and Octavian (who would later change his name to Augustus) shared the leadership of Rome and had divided the state into two regions - the western portion including Spain and Gaul ruled by Octavian, the eastern region including Greece and the Middle East ruled by Antony.
In 41 BC he summoned Cleopatra to meet him in the city of Tarsus in modern-day Turkey.
Vermont towers over BC - The Boston Globe (669 words)
BC shot only 27.3 percent in the first half (9 for 33, including 2 of 10 from the 3-point arc), while the Catamounts hit a sizzling 57.3 percent (15 of 26) and got 20 points in the paint.
BC's momentum fizzled with a turnover, a pair of missed lane jumpers, two missed foul shots, and an errant trey on its next five possessions.
That was too much to overcome for BC, a team in transition that suffered the first pang of growth in the nascent season.
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