|Gaius Cassius Longinus|
|Relationships|| Brutus (Friend, deceased)|
Mark Antony (Rival, deceased)
Caesar (Enemy, deceased)
|Status||Deceased (Killed in Battle of Philippi)|
Cassius was a Roman senator and chief orchestrator of the assassination of Julius Caesar. He was later a general in charge of Republican forces along with Brutus. He was killed in the Battle of Philippi fighting against the forces of Octavian and Mark Antony.
- Cassius would have been called either Gaius or by his cognomen Longinus, seldom by his nomen gentile Cassius.