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Cassius may refer to:
- Cassius, an ancient Roman family name, see Cassia (gens)
- Gaius Cassius Longinus (died 42 BC), usually known as Cassius
- Cassius Longinus (disambiguation)
- Cassius of Clermont (died c. 260)
- Cassius of Narni (died 558), bishop of Narni
- Cassius Dio (c. AD 155 or 163/164 – after 229), a Roman historian
- Cassius Marcellus Clay, American Abolitionist, nicknamed the "Lion of White Hall", died 1903.
- Cassius Clay, the birth name of the American boxer Muhammad Ali
- Cassius D. Kalb, an American musician
- Cassius, pen-name of Michael Foot, British politician and writer
In popular culture
- Cassius (band), a French electronic music duo
- Cassius (crocodile), the world's largest captive crocodile
- "Cassius" (song), a 2008 song by Foals
- Cassius Chrome, a character in the Robot Wars TV series
- Cassius, a 2017 song by the Fleet Foxes
- Chris Hero AKA Kassius Ohno, professional wrestler
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