Brutus is a Roman "cognomen" used by several politicians of the Junii family, especially in the
Roman Republic. The plural of Brutus is "Bruti", and the vocative form is "Brute", as immortalized in the quotation " Et tu, Brute?".
Ancient Romans with this name
Notable ancient Romans with this cognomen include:
Marcus Junius Brutus— Caesar's most famous assassin.
Marcus Junius Brutus the Elder, the father of the aforementioned assassin
Lucius Junius Brutus— traditional founder of the Republic, whose sons were
Tiberius Junius Brutus— rebel
Titus Junius Brutus— rebel
Decimus Junius Brutus Albinus— commander and another one of Caesar's assassins.
Decimus Junius Brutus Callaicus— commander and consul of Hispania Ulteriorfrom 138 BCto 136 BC
Other people and things called Brutus
* "Brutus" (Cicero), a history of Roman oratory by
Cicero, named after Caesar's assassin
Brutus of Troywho, according to legend, founded Britain
Brutus Greenshield, legendary king of the Britons
Brutus de Villeroi, 19th century French engineer
* "Brutus" (schooner of war), a ship in the
Bluto(sometimes known as "Brutus"), a cartoon character from "Popeye"
* Brutus, a Czech rock band
Brutus Buckeye, the mascot of The Ohio State University
Brutus, New York, a town in Cayuga County, New York, in the USA
Brutus Jeans, maker of denim apparel in the 1970s and '80s
Brutus (Canadian band), a 1970s Canadian band
Joel Brutus(born 1974), a Haitian judoka
* "Junius Brutus", the pen name of the author Charles Blount
* "Brutus" , the pen name of Robert Yates
* Brutus (1862v1884), one of the eight
South Devon Railway Dido classsteam locomotives
* Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake, ring name of American professional wrestler
Edward Leslie(born 1957)
Roman Czerniawski(1910–1985), a World War II double agentcode-named BRUTUS.
Brutus, Łódź Voivodeship(central Poland)"Brutus Alcoholic Beverage": 2 oz Bacon infused Vodka, 8 oz Clamato Juice, 3 Black Olives. Served with ice cubes infused 3 drops of Worchester Sauce.
*Brutus, name of the evil robot army commander in the webcomic
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