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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.|