|The Life of Marcus Antonius||Antony and Cleopatra|
|Caesar's answer [to Antony's accusations] was as follows: that he had put Lepidus out of government because of his own misconduct; that what he had got in war he would divide with Antony, so soon as Antony gave him a share of Armenia; that Antony's soldiers had no claims in Italy, being in possession of Media and Parthia, the acquisitions which their brave actions under their general had added to the Roman empire.||AGRIPPA
Sir, this should be answered
'Tis done already, and the messenger gone.
I have told him, Lepidus was grown too cruel;
That he his high authority abused,
And did deserve his change: for what I have con-
quer'd, I grant him part; but then, in his Armenia,
And other of his conquer'd kingdoms, I
Demand the like.