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Longi'nus, Ca'ssius

16. Q. CASSIUS (LONGINUS) is mentioned without any cognomen; but as he is said to have been a legate of Q. Cassius Longinus [No. 15] in Spain in B. C. 48, he was probably a son of the latter. He seems to be the same as the Q. Cassius to whom Antony gave Spain in B. C. 44. (Hirt. B. Alex. 52, 57; Cic. Philipp. 3.10.)

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