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[5] Moreover, Caesar actually suspected him, so that he once said to his friends: ‘What, think ye, doth Cassius want? I like him not over much, for he is much too pale.’ And again, we are told that when Antony and Dolabella were accused to him of plotting revolution, Caesar said: ‘I am not much in fear of these fat, long-haired fellows, but rather of those pale, thin ones,’ meaning Brutus and Cassius.

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