Mark Antony | descendants

Descendants

Through his daughters by Octavia, he would become the paternal great grandfather of Roman Emperor Caligula, the maternal grandfather of Emperor Claudius, and both maternal great-great-grandfather and paternal great-great uncle of the Emperor Nero of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, the very family, as represented by Octavian Augustus, that he had fought to defeat. Through his eldest daughter, he would become ancestor to the long line of kings and co-rulers of the Bosporan Kingdom, the longest-living Roman client kingdom, as well as the rulers and royalty of several other Roman client states. Through his daughter by Cleopatra, Antony would become ancestor to the royal family of Mauretania, another Roman client kingdom, while through his sole surviving son Iullus, he would be ancestor to several famous Roman statesmen.

1. Antonia, born 50 BC, had 1 child
A. Pythodorida of Pontus, 30 BC or 29 BC – 38 AD, had 3 children
I. Artaxias III, King of Armenia, 13 BC – 35 AD, died without issue
II. Polemon II, King of Pontus, 12 BC or 11 BC – 74 AD, died without issue
III. Antonia Tryphaena, Queen of Thrace, 10 BC – 55 AD, had 4 children
a. Rhoemetalces II, King of Thrace, died 38 AD, died without issue
b. Gepaepyris, Queen of the Bosporan Kingdom, had 2 children
i. Tiberius Julius Mithridates, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 68 AD, died without issue
ii. Tiberius Julius Cotys I, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, had 1 child
i. Tiberius Julius Rhescuporis I, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 90 AD, had 1 child
i. Tiberius Julius Sauromates I, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, had 1 child
i. Tiberius Julius Cotys II, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, had 1 child
i. Rhoemetalces, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 153 AD, had 1 child
i. Eupator, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 174 AD, had 1 child
i. Tiberius Julius Sauromates II, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 210 AD or 211 AD, had 2 children
i. Tiberius Julius Rhescuporis II, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 227 AD, had 1 child
i. Tiberius Julius Rhescuporis III, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 227 AD
ii. Tiberius Julius Cotys III, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 235 AD, had 3 children
i. Tiberius Julius Sauromates III, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 232 AD
ii. Tiberius Julius Rhescuporis IV, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 235 AD
iii. Tiberius Julius Ininthimeus, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 240 AD, had 1 child
i. Tiberius Julius Rhescuporis V, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 276 AD, had 3 children
i. Tiberius Julius Pharsanzes, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 254 AD
ii. Synges, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 276 AD
iii. Tiberius Julius Teiranes, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 279 AD, had 2 children
i. Tiberius Julius Sauromates IV, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 276 AD
ii. Theothorses, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 309 AD, had 3 children
i. Tiberius Julius Rhescuporis VI, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 342 AD
ii. Rhadamsades, King of the Bosporan Kingdom, died 323 AD
iii. Nana, Queen of Caucasian Iberia, died 363 AD
i. Rev II of Iberia
i. Sauromaces II of Iberia
ii. Trdat of Iberia
ii. Aspacures II of Iberia
c. Cotys IX, King of Lesser Armenia
d. Pythodoris II of Thrace, died without issue
2. Marcus Antonius Antyllus, 47–30 BC, died without issue
3. Iullus Antonius, 43–2 BC, had 3 children
A. Lucius Antonius, 20 BC – 25 AD, had no children
B. Gaius Antonius
C. Iulla Antonia ?? born after 19 BC
4. Prince Alexander Helios of Egypt, born 40 BC, died without issue (presumably)[150]
5. Cleopatra Selene, Queen of Mauretania, 40 BC – 6 AD, had 2 children
A. Ptolemy, King of Mauretania, 1 BC – 40 AD, had 1 child
I. Drusilla, Queen of Emesa, 38–79 AD, had 1 child
a. Gaius Julius Alexio, King of Emesa, had 1 child
B. Princess Drusilla of Mauretania, born 5 AD or 8 BC
6. Julia Antonia Major, 39 BC – before 25 AD, had 3 children
A. Domitia Lepida the Elder, c. 19 BC – 59 AD, had 1 child
I. Quintus Haterius Antoninus
B. Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus, 17 BC – 40 AD, had 1 child
I. Nero (Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus) (see line of Antonia Minor below)
C. Domitia Lepida the Younger, 10 BC – 54 AD, had 3 children
I. Marcus Valerius Messala Corvinus
II. Valeria Messalina, 17 or 20–48 AD, had 2 children
a. (Messalina was the mother of the two youngest children of the Roman Emperor Claudius listed below)
III. Faustus Cornelius Sulla Felix, 22–62 AD, had 1 child
a. a son (this child and the only child of the Claudia Antonia listed below are the same person)
7. Julia Antonia Minor, 36 BC – 37 AD, had 3 children
A. Germanicus Julius Caesar, 16 or 15 BC – 19 AD, had 6 children
I. Nero Julius Caesar Germanicus, 6–30 AD, died without issue
II. Drusus Julius Caesar Germanicus, 7–33 AD, died without issue
III. Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus (Caligula), 12–41 AD, had 1 child;
a. Julia Drusilla, 39–41 AD, died young
IV. Julia Agrippina (Agrippina the Younger), 15–59 AD, had 1 child;
a. Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, 37–68 AD, had 1 child;
i. Claudia Augusta, January 63 AD – April 63 AD, died young
V. Julia Drusilla, 16–38 AD, died without issue
VI. Julia Livilla, 18–42 AD, died without issue
B. Claudia Livia Julia (Livilla), 13 BC – 31 AD, had three children
I. Julia Livia, 5–43 AD, had 4 children
a. Gaius Rubellius Plautus, 33–62 AD, had several children[151]
b. Rubellia Bassa, born between 33 AD and 38 AD, had at least 1 child[152]
i. Octavius Laenas, had at least 1 child
i. Sergius Octavius Laenas Pontianus
c. Gaius Rubellius Blandus
d. Rubellius Drusus
II. Tiberius Julius Caesar Nero Gemellus, 19–37 or 38 AD, died without issue
III. Tiberius Claudius Caesar Germanicus II Gemellus, 19–23 AD, died young
C. Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, 10 BC – 54 AD, had 4 children
I. Tiberius Claudius Drusus, died young
II. Claudia Antonia, c. 30–66 AD, had 1 child
a. a son, died young
III. Claudia Octavia, 39 or 40–62 AD, died without issue
IV. Tiberius Claudius Caesar Britannicus, 41–55 AD, died without issue
8. Prince Ptolemy Philadelphus of Egypt, 36–29 BC, died without issue (presumably)[150]
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