Sections 70-113 of the translation: Josephus narrates the conspirators’ procrastination, and their resolve to act on the last day of the ‘Palatine Games’ in honour of Augustus, which took place in an ad hoc theatre in front of the imperial residence. Gaius leaves the theatre for lunch, but does not go with the rest of his party; he turns off down an empty alleyway to inspect some choirboys, and is intercepted and killed by Chaerea and his colleagues.
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