He had moral values dealing with Rome and its people.
Eventually he went by the name of Augustus. Caesar even had Decimus at his side at a dinner party the night before his assassination. Caius Ligarius No friend of Caesar's, he is inspired by Brutus' nobility to cast off his illness and join the conspirators in the early morning of the ides of March.
The obverse of the coin features a portrait of Marcus Brutus. Check out his response when Cassius asks him what's bothering him: Cassius, Be not deceived.
Impulsive and unscrupulous, Cassius harbors no illusions about the way the political world works. The two daggers on the reverse differ to show more than one person was involved in the slaying. Yet for all of Brutus' good qualities, his troubles stem from his decision to murder a man and his misjudgment about the consequences.
This was the noblest Roman of them all: All the conspirators save only he Did that they did in envy of great Caesar; He only, in a general honest thought And common good to all, made one of them. A man of action, Cassius inspired Brutus to move.
Brutus was crematedand his ashes were sent to his mother, Servilia.