Cassius Longinus


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Cassius Longinus

Gaius . died 42 bc, Roman general: led the conspiracy against Julius Caesar (44); defeated at Philippi by Antony (42)
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Ptolemy and Cassius Longinus employment of the phrase [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]; may descend from this Epicurean use.
Here Atticus, Numenius of Apamea, and Cassius Longinus defend a more august conception of the soul against those who view it as epiphenomenal vis-a-vis the body.
In the year when Licinius Crassus and Cassius Longinus were consuls, 582 years after the founding of Rome, at Cassino, a town in Italy, a girl became boy and was taken to a deserted island by order of soothsayers.
Long ascribed to Cassius Longinus, a third century Neoplatonist who taught Porphyry, it is now generally thought to be the work of an anonymous author who flourished in the mid-to-late first century AD.