Cassius Longinus

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prime mover in the conspiracy against Julius Caesar (died in 42 BC)

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Similarly, Cassius Longinus argues that no mixing of corporeal elements, no degree of complexity, would be sufficient to account for properties which no body possesses.
En l'annee que Licinius Crassus et Cassius Longinus estoient consuls, 582.
He was assassinated by a group of senatorial conspirators led by Gaius Cassius Longinus and Marcus Junius Brutus.
Consequently the work was early attributed to Cassius Longinus, the third-century rhetorician and ill-fated counsellor of Queen Zenobia, or to the influential Augustan rhetorician, Dionysus of Halicarnassus.
Cassius Longinus at Sardis (July 42), and returned to Greece (September); fought a drawn battle with Octavian and Mark Antony at Philippi I, but Cassius committed suicide, thinking the battle lost (October 26); routed at Philippi II, Brutus escaped with four legions (November 16), but killed himself soon afterward (late November?).