Julius Caesar

What is ironic about Cassius's death?

Act 5. Scene 3

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He did not die in battle.

He was defeated in battle, and not knowing that his ally (Brutus) had been successful in his battle, thought that all was lost and ordered his freeman to kill him.

The irony was, that he died despite his alliance (the Triumvirate) being successful.