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According to the passage, who was fighting whom?
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“Upon the commencement of the war, Antony had no fewer than five hundred armed vessels, magnificently adorned, and furnished with eight or ten banks of oars. He had, moreover, a hundred thousand foot, and twelve thousand horse. The auxiliary kings, who fought under his banners, were Bacchus, of Africa, Tarcondemus, of the upper Cilicia, Archelaus, of Cappadocia, Philadelphus, of Paphlagonia, Mithridates, of Commagene, and Adallas, of Thrace . . . . Besides these he had supplies also from the king of the Medes. Caesar [Octavian] had two hundred and fifty men-of-war, eighty thousand foot, and an equal number of horse with the enemy.”

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