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(Q. Cassius Longinus) - military tribune, 252 B.C.
ite a defeat suffered by P.Aurelius (? or Q.Cassius) in his absence.
(Q. Cassius Longinus) - Roman consul, 164 B.C.
Consuls: A. Manlius A.f. Torquatus, Q. Cassius L.f. Longinus
rquatus , Q. Cassius L.f. Q.n. Longinus - died in office
(L. Cassius Longinus Ravilla) - Roman consul, 127 B.C.
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The tribune L. Cassius passes a law to introduce secret ballots in
Consuls: L. Cassius Longinus Ravilla, L. Cornelius L.f. Cinna
rvilius Caepio and L.Cassius Longinus, who also bring the Aqua Tepula
L.Cassius punishes M.Aemilius with a heavy fine for building an osten
L.Cassius is appointed to head an enquiry into the Vestal Virgins,
.Antonius is summoned before Cassius' enquiry, but is soon cleared
L.Cassius' famous legal maxim, "Cui bono?".
(1-96)  & Lucius Cassius too derived his influence
and carried by L. Cassius, in the consulship of Lepidus
(L. Cassius Longinus) - Roman consul, 107 B.C.
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gurtha is brought to Rome by L.Cassius, but he is prevented from addr
Consuls: L. Cassius L.f. Longinus, C. Marius C.f.
The Tigurini defeat and kill L.Cassius; the remnants of the Roman arm
with treason for his part in Cassius' defeat, and passes a law to ext
arrived of the death of (?) Cassius and his army . .
 & L. Cassius L.f. . . Longinus , C. Marius C.f.
(L. Cassius Longinus) - tribune of the plebs, 104 B.C.
L.Cassius passes a law to remove Caepio from the senate.
(C. Cassius Longinus) - Roman consul, 96 B.C.
Consuls: Cn. Domitius Cn.f. Ahenobarbus, C. Cassius L.f. Longinus
658] & Cn. Domitius and C. Cassius. & In the year of
of Gnaeus Domitius and Gaius Cassius. CIL_1 .2663 L
nobarbus , C. Cassius L.f. . . Longinus  & L. Licinius
not recover quickly, C.Cassius was sent to the camp, in
(C. Cassius Longinus) - Roman consul, 171 B.C.
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Consuls: P. Licinius C.f. Crassus, C. Cassius C.f. Longinus
Cassius attempts to march on Macedonia through Illyria.
ine states complaining about C.Cassius, from Chalcis complaining abou
Scipio Nasica prevents the censor Cassius from building a theatre.
Cassius consults the pontifices about moving a statue of Concordia
The censors, M.Valerius and C.Cassius, complete the census.
. in the consulship of Gaius Cassius and Publius Lic
Crassus , C. Cassius C.f. C.n. Longinus  & A. Hostili
Cassius C.f. C.n. Longinus - they completed the 55th lust
(C. Cassius Longinus) - Roman consul, 124 B.C.
Consuls: C. Cassius Longinus, C. Sextius C.f. Calvinus
(C. Cassius Longinus) - Roman consul, 73 B.C.
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Consuls: M. Terentius M.f. Varro Lucullus, C. Cassius L.f. Longinus
Spartacus defeats C.Cassius, the governor of Cisalpine Gaul, near Mut
Cassius L.f. . . Longinus [ Years 72 - 61 are missing]
(C. Cassius Longinus) - leader of the conspiracy against Caesar, 44 B.C.
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The birth of C.Cassius Longinus.
C.Cassius, as a young boy, punches Faustus to stop him boasting about
The grammarian Staberius Eros teaches Brutus and Cassius.
C.Cassius is taught by Archelaus at Rhodes.
C.Cassius, the quaestor of Crassus, takes control of Syria after reac
C.Cassius captures Tarichaeae in Galilee.
C.Cassius repels a small invasion of Syria by the Parthians.
Cic:Fam_15'14, a letter from Cicero to C.Cassius.
C.Cassius defeats the Parthians as they retreat from Antioch, and kil
Dispatches from Cicero and C.Cassius, about the Parthian invasion of
C.Cassius attacks Caesar's warships around Sicily.
Caesar stays at Tarsus, where C.Cassius surrenders to him.
Cic:Fam_15.15, a letter from Cicero to C.Cassius.
:Fam_15.18 & 15.20-21, letters from Cicero to Cassius and Trebonius.
Cic:Fam_15.16-17 & 15.19, letters of Cicero to and from Cassius.
Brutus and Cassius leave Italy, without revealing their real destinat
Cic:Fam_12.2, a letter from Cicero to Cassius.
ic:Fam_12.3 & 12.23, letters from Cicero to Cassius and Cornificius.
Cassius persuades the inhabitants of Cilicia, including Tarsus, to
C.Cassius persuades M.Brutus to join him in a conspiracy against Caes
Brutus and Cassius bring together many other conspirators.
the senate-house by Brutus, Cassius and the other conspirators.
amnesty, and Brutus and Cassius make a show of reconciliation
Cic:Fam_11.1, a letter from D.Brutus to M.Brutus and Cassius.
Brutus and Cassius leave the city of Rome, but stay in Latium.
Macedonia to Antonius, Crete to Brutus, and Cyrenaica to Cassius.
tticus refuses to donate to a fund in support of Brutus and Cassius.
Cic:Fam_9.14 & 12.1, letters from Cicero to Dolabella and Cassius.
Cic:Fam_11.2, a letter from Brutus and Cassius to Antonius.
Cicero meets Brutus and Cassius at Antium, after they are offered an
Brutus and Cassius issue a manifesto, stating that they wish to be
Cic:Fam_11.3, a letter from Brutus and Cassius to Antonius.
Cassius captures Tarsus, and forces its inhabitants to pay a large
Cic:Fam_12.4-5, two letters from Cicero to Cassius.
C.Cassius wins over all the legions in Syria, together with four legi
Cic:Fam_12.6-7 & 12.11, letters of Cicero to and from Cassius.
Cassius exacts money from the Jews.
Cic:Fam_12.12, a letter from Cassius to Cicero.
Cic:Fam_12.8-10, letters from Cicero to Cassius.
Dolabella is killed at Laodiceia, after being defeated by Cassius.
Brutus and Cassius meet at Smyrna, to plan their next actions.
Brutus and Cassius send Labienus to gain the support of the Parthians
Cassius punishes the inhabitants of Rhodes.
Brutus (or Cassius) condemns Theodotus to death, for his part in the
Brutus and Cassius meet again at Sardis, and renew their friendship
Brutus and Cassius review their army by the Gulf of Melas.
Brutus and Cassius advance to Philippi.
Dellius deserts Cassius and joins Antonius.
October} The first battle of Philippi; the death of Cassius.
General comments on the character of Brutus and Cassius.
Cic:Att_* 7.21-24 *
7th of February C. Cassius the tribune came to Capua, and
utus], Tertulla [wife of Cassius], Porcia [wife of Brutus]
Brutus to M.Brutus and C.Cassius & [Rome, (?) March 22nd,
[12.1] Cicero to Cassius & [Pompeii, May 3rd, 44 B.C.]
Cic:Fam_* 12.10-13 *
[12.10] Cicero to Cassius & [Rome, early in July, 43 B.C.
Cic:Fam_* 12.2-9 *
[12.2] Cicero to Cassius & [Rome, (?) September 25th,
Cic:Fam_* 15.14-19 *
Cicero to Caius Cassius, proquaestor of Syria & [Cilici
han at home? What? Caius Cassius, a man of that family whi
the Brutuses, of Caius Cassius, of Cnaeus Domitius, of
nces given to Brutus and Cassius? why were quaestors assig
perished. Lucius Cassius, Crassus' quaestor, a vigorous
orn in that month. Cassius conquered Judaea and despoiled
vive. [not in Ar.] Cassius despoiled the temples of the
ted elsewhere. But Cassius, as he fled from Rome to Syria,
Aristobulus. So Cassius removed his camp, and marched
aesar was slain by Cassius and Brutus in the senate-house,
nother, to raise armies, Cassius came from Rome into Syria
Joseph:AJ_* 14.274-277 *
the greatest favour with Cassius; for he thought it a part
own murderer; for now Cassius and Marcus had got togeth
Joseph:AJ_* 14.288-290 *
However, Herodes sent to Cassius, and informed him of the
done by the command of Cassius, he commended the action;
er.  But when Cassius was marched out of Syria, distu
had been left by Cassius to tyrannise over Tyre; for thi
and Caesar had beaten Cassius near Philippi, as others
been carried captive by Cassius, and this without their
the same perdition with Cassius; and now these have recei
under the spear by Caius Cassius, or his subordinate offic
but one day before Caius Cassius began an unjustifiable
declaration: Since Caius Cassius, in this revolt he hath
maged in the war against Cassius, though he were in necess
ly].  But now Cassius, after Crassus, put a stop to
him.  So when Cassius had forced Alexander to come
Joseph:BJ_* 01.218-225 *
slaughter of Caesar by Cassius and Brutus, after he had
Joseph:BJ_* 01.230-236 *
father in his letters to Cassius, who, on other accounts,
that tyrannical power of Cassius, who set tyrants over all
and Antonius had slain Cassius near Philippi, and Caesar
ously harassed in the war with Cassius. He was there recei
I defeated Brutus and Cassius at Philippi: the defeat
they punished Brutus and Cassius!" "That was not for murde
with all its commanders, by Cassius the quaestor of Cra
and Decimus] Brutus and Cassius, and the whole state turn
and the death of Caius Cassius and Marcus Brutus, he res
killed in the Senate by Cassius and Brutus and their acco
Octavius that Brutus and Cassius and the other murderers
oused against Brutus and Cassius and their party, and was
friend of Caesar, Gaius Cassius, and Marcus Brutus, secon
meanwhile Cassius Longinus, one of the conspirators, pret
A moment before Cassius had struck him obliquely across
position when Brutus and Cassius and their followers made
lace from Italy; Cassius Longinus laid claim to Syria, (?)
ome of the party of Brutus and Cassius.  He was thus
Marcus Brutus and Gaius Cassius were at Dicaearchia, and
ean ones, - meaning Brutus and Cassius. & As he was at sup
his war with Brutus and Cassius, had occasion to cross
rds, together with Cassius, Brutus fought against Augustus
(L. Cassius Longinus) - tribune of the plebs, 44 B.C.
Macedonia and fights against Cassius and Longinus, the generals of
L.Cassius surrenders to Caesar at the Hellespont.
(Q. Cassius Longinus) - tribune of the plebs, 49 B.C.
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Q.Cassius is wounded while serving as quaestor in Spain.
ultimate decree; M.Antonius, Q.Cassius, Curio and Caelius leave Rome,
Q.Cassius, the governor of Further Spain, survives an assassination
troops and the garrison of Corduba openly rebel against Q.Cassius.
umes command of the Spanish rebels, and confronts Q.Cassius at Ulia.
Q.Cassius is drowned while attempting to sail out of the river Ebro.
(L. Cassius Longinus) - Roman praetor, 66 B.C.
Cornelius before the praetor P.Cassius, but they abandon the trial
(L. Cassius Longinus) - suffect consul, 11 A.D.
Cassius L.f. . . Longinus & [p88] [12AD] & tribunician
(T. Pompeius Longinus) - a Roman senator, 1st century B.C.
intus; of Titus Pompeius Longinus, the son of Titus; of
of Quintus, Titus Pompeius Longinus, the son of Titus, of
(Cassius Longinus) - Greek philosopher and rhetorician, 3rd century A.D.
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ighteen books of Cassius Longinus, containing a summary
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