- All Gaul is divided into three parts
(De bello Gallico I.1)
- Men willingly believe what they wish.
- I love treason but hate a traitor.
(Plutarch - Romulus)
- I wished my wife to be not so much as suspected.
(Plutarch - Caesar)
- For my part, I had rather be the first man among these fellows, than the second man in Rome.
- The die is cast.
- Go on, my friend, and fear nothing; you carry Caesar and his fortune in your boat.
- The Ides of March have come.
- When his friends advised him to have a guard, and several offered their service, he would not hear of it; but said it was better to suffer death once, than always to live in fear of it.
- I came, I saw, I conquered.
(Suetonius Lives of the Caesars - Julius Caesar)
- What! art thou, too, one of them? Thou, my son! (aka Et tu, Brutus?)
- "It is not," said he, "these well fed, long-haired men that I fear, but the pale and the hungry looking."
(Plutarch - Antony)
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