Brutus' sons are beheaded
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|Caption||Brutus watched unflinchingly from his seat on the high tribunal as his two sons, who had been guilty of taking part in a conspiracy, were beheaded in front of him. Original artwork for the illustration on pp2–3 of L&L no. 616 (3 November 1973).|
|Creator||Angus McBride, British (1931–2007)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Rome justice Brutus conspirators decapitation filicide tribunal impassivity Romans sword execution sons beheaded Angus McBride|
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