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Secrets of Rome - Roman Emperors did not die in their bed
He was killed in 41 AD, by Cassius Chaerea, an officer of the imperial guard.
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Cornelius Sabinus, a tribune in the Praetorian Guard and, with Cassius Chaerea, a principal conspirator against Caligula.
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To what attachment in Rome did Caligula's assassin, Cassius Chaerea, belong? PRAETORIAN GUARD.
Greek Identity and the Athenian Past in Chariton: The Romance of
Cassius Chaerea, 199. Cassius Dio, 48, 199. Catullus, 101.
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Labienus, Cremutius Cordus, and Cassius Severus, which had been .. the part of a deeply offended colonel of his personal guard, Cassius Chaerea.

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Cassius Chaerea
The Lost Fort: Cassius Chaerea
Oct 7, 2006 Cassius Chaerea is best known as one of Caligula's murderers in 41 AD.
Prefect Cassius Chaerea (Character)
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Cassius Chaerea: The Man who killed Caligula - Ancient History Blog
Jul 25, 2011 In the middle of all of this was Cassius Chaerea. He was known for his bravery and skill in battle.

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