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Twelve Emperors by Suetonius

Julius Caesar, Chapter 89: Conclusion.
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Hardly any of his assassins survived him for more than three years, or died a natural death. They were all condemned, and they perished in various ways ---some by shipwreck, some in battle; some took their own lives with the self-same dagger with which they had impiously slain Caesar. Percussorum autem fere neque triennio quisquam amplius superuixit neque sua morte defunctus est. damnati omnes alius alio casu periit, pars naufragio, pars proelio; nonnulli semet eodem illo pugione, quo Caesarem uiolauerant, interemerunt.