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Casca

Casca (Publius Servilius Casca Longus)kăsˈkə, d. c.42 B.C., Roman politician, one of the assassins of Julius Caesar. Casca was the first to stab Caesar. He died (presumably by suicide) soon after the battle of Philippi.

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