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[7] Then the phantom answered him: ‘I am thy evil genius, Brutus, and thou shalt see me at Philippi.’ At the time, then, Brutus said courageously: ‘I shall see thee;’ and the heavenly visitor at once went away. Subsequently, however, when arrayed against Antony and Caesar at Philippi, in the first battle he conquered the enemy in his front, routed and scattered them, and sacked the camp of Caesar;

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