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At this state of affairs the young Caesar came to Rome, a son of the dead Caesar's niece, as has been said,1 who had been left heir to his property. He had been staying at Apollonia when Caesar was assassinated. The young man greeted Antony as his father's friend, and reminded him of the moneys deposited with him. For he was under obligation to give every Roman seventy-five drachmas, according to the terms of Caesar's will.

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