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Cassius was originally an ancient Roman family name; see Cassia (gens).
Cassius may also refer to:
- Cassius of Narni, bishop of Narni
- Cassius of Clermont
- Saint Cassius, a companion of Saint Gereon
- Saint Cassius, a companion of Saint Carpophorus
Popular culture 
- Cassius (band), a French electronic music duo
- "Cassius", a song by the band Foals
- House Robot Cassius Chrome in the Robot Wars TV series
- Cassius Clay, the birthname of the American boxer Muhammad Ali
- Chaplain Cassius of the Ultramarines chapter of Space Marines in the fictional Warhammer 40,000 universe
- Cassius, an alias used in the movie "The Double" for a Russian assassin resurfacing after 20 years dormancy to avenge the killers of his family.
- Cassius, an Italian website that provides translations to many exercises in Latin school books.
- Cassius, an award winning Australian graphic design agency.
- Kassius Ohno, a professional wrestler.
See also 
- Cassius Longinus (disambiguation)
- Saint Longinus, there is a tradition that before his conversion to Christianity his name was Cassius
- Gaius Cassius Longinus (died 42 BC), usually known as Cassius
- Cassius Dio (c. AD 155 or 163/164 – after 229), Roman historian
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