et tu Brute
foreign term Etymology: Latin thou too, Brutus — exclamation attributed to Julius Caesar on seeing his friend Brutus among his assassins

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  • Et tu, Brute? — ( You too, Brutus? , or And you, Brutus? or Even you, Brutus? ) is a Latin phrase often used poetically to represent the last words of Julius Caesar. The quotation is widely used in Western culture as an epitome of betrayal. Context On March 15… …   Wikipedia

  • Et tu, Brute? — Винченцо Камуччи. «Смерть Цезаря» «И ты, Брут?» (лат. Et tu, Brute?)  по легенде, последние слова Юлия Цезаря, обращённые к его убийце  Марку Юнию Бруту …   Википедия

  • Et tu, Brute — Lateinische Phrasen   A B C D E F G H I L M N O P …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Et tu, Brute! — Lateinische Phrasen   A B C D E F G H I L M N O P …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Et tu, Brute? — Gaius Iulius Caesar (Porträtkopf, Antikensammlung Berlin) Gaius Iulius Caesar (deutsch: Julius Cäsar; * 13. Juli[1] 100 v. Chr. in Rom; † 15. März 44 v. Chr. in Rom) war ein …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • et tu, Brute — /et tooh brddooh tay/, Latin. and thou, Brutus!: alleged dying words of Julius Caesar uttered as his friend Brutus stabbed him. * * * …   Universalium

  • et tu, Brute — /et tooh brddooh tay/, Latin. and thou, Brutus!: alleged dying words of Julius Caesar uttered as his friend Brutus stabbed him …   Useful english dictionary

  • Et tu, Brute — …   Википедия

  • Et tu, Brute? —  (Lat.) You too, Brutus? Julius Caesar’s dying words in Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar (3.1.77) …   Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

  • et tu, Brute — Meaning Origin From Shakespeare s Julius Caesar …   Meaning and origin of phrases

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