He was brave in battle, ready of speech, dexterous in bringing odium upon other men, powerful amidst civil strife and rebellion, rapacious, prodigal, the worst of citizens in peace, but in war no contemptible ally.
His Book II Chapter 86: Revolt of Vespasian. Primus Antonius
All I can say is this, that neither in Antonius nor in Hormus would this foulest of crimes have been a degeneracy from the character of their former lives.
His Book III Chapter 28: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. The attack continues
And everyone else inveighed against him, as an ill-affected and conceited man, nor did they forget the scandals of his early life. Antonius himself failed not to provoke offence by his arrogance and his excessive propensity to dwell on his own services.
His Book IV Chapter 80: Vespasian emperor. Antonius Priscus