Who was Fulvia?

   FULVIA was a Roman woman of the first century B.C., of dissolute character. She was married first to P. Clodius, then to Q. Scribonius Curio, and lastly, in 44 B.C., to Mark Antony. In 40 B.C., during his absence in the East, she raised a revolt in Italy against Augustus, and was besieged in Perusia. On its fall she escaped, and joined Antony at Athens, but was coldly received by him, and in the same year she died at Sicyon. Cicero attacked her character in his Second Philippic.