Brutus

Brutus is a ''cognomen'' of the Roman ''gens Junia'', a prominent family of the Roman Republic. The plural of Brutus is ''Bruti'', and the vocative form is ''Brute'', as used in the quotation "''Et tu, Brute?''" ("you too, Brutus?"), from Shakespeare's play ''Julius Caesar''.

Notable ancient Romans with this cognomen include: * Lucius Junius Brutus – traditional founder of the Republic, whose sons were: ** Tiberius Junius Brutus ** Titus Junius Brutus * Marcus Junius Brutus the YoungerJulius Caesar's friend and most famous assassin * Marcus Junius Brutus the Elder — father of the aforementioned assassin * Decimus Junius Brutus Albinus – commander and another one of Caesar's assassins * Decimus Junius Brutus Callaicus – commander and consul of Hispania Ulterior from 138 BC to 136 BC * Gaius Junius Bubulcus Brutus – consul from 317 BC * Lucius Junius Brutus was also used as a pseudonym of William Cranch Provided by Wikipedia

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by Brutus
Published 1724
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by Brutus
Published 1795
Printed for and sold by Daniel Isaac Eaton, printer and bookseller to the Supreme Majesty of the people, at the Cock and Swine, No. 74, Newgate street

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by Cato Brutus
Published 1714
printed for John Oldsworth near the Change

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by Brutus, Junius
Published 1781
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by Brutus, Dennis
Published 1968
Heinemann

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by Brutus, Dennis
Published 1973
Heinemann

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by Brutus, Dennis
Published 1978
Heinemann

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by Osborne, Robert Ernest
Published 1910
E. Ponsonby
Other Authors: '; ...Babington, Anthony Brutus...

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by Adler, Herman Morris
Published 1922
Cleveland Foundation
Other Authors: '; ...Ehrmann, Herbert Brutus...