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Caesar's adopted son but when Caesar was assassinated, he joins forces with Antony against the conspirators.
A great friend of Caesar who makes himself a mager position of power in Rome after Caesars death. He a persuasive speaker that launches action
The third member of Antony's collision. Antony distrusted his loyalty.
A roman senator reknown for his oral skills. He later dies because of the order Antony and Lepidus
a supporter of the republic. He is also Caesars best friend but killed Caesar for the good of Rome
A general and long time acquaintance of Caesar who leads Brutus into thinking that Caesar has become too powerful and must die.
A conspirator who takes part in Caesars assassination.
The member of the conspirator who approaches Caesar with the plea for his brother in order to get the conspirators close enough to Caesar.
Is one of the conspirator that convinces Caesar that Calpurnia's thing was misinterpreted
Like Flavius, he condemns regular people for cheering for Caesar. When once they cheered for Caesars enemy Pompeii. And they took decorations off the Caesar statue during the parade.
He is the one who tries to warn Caesar of the plot against him.
the conspirator that placed the false documents in Brutus' room
An officer in the conspirators army who is Cassius' best friend. Eventually, in the story, he kills himself after he finds out Cassius has killed himself because he was afraid he was taken hostage by the Collision army.
Caesar's wife who tried to warn him of his assassination to come after unnatural events and her weird dreams the night before.
Brutus' wife and daughter of Marcus Cato. She conceals many of Brutus' secrets but kills herself when she is sure that her husband will die
Brutus' quote, it means Caesar is a problem waiting to happen. He is speaking to Lucius
"And therefore think him as a serpent's egg / Which hatched, would as his kind grow mischievous, / And kill him in the shell" (II.i.32-34).
Caesar's quote, it means he's not afraid of anything he is too powerful for anything to challenge him. He is speaking to
"The things that threatened me / Ne'er looked but on my back; when they shall see / The face of Caesar, they are vanished" (II.ii.10-12).
Caesar's quote, This is an example of irony. He says this right before he dies. Caesar compares himself to an immortal god, then is killed (proving that he is not one). He is speaking to all of the conspirators
"Hence! Wilt thou lift up Olympus?" (III.i.74)
Antony's quote,he saying I'm sorry for being nice to those who just killed Caesar. to Caesars dead body,
"O pardon me, thou bleeding piece of earth, / That I am meek and gentle with these butchers!" (III.i.254-255)
Cassius' quote, Caesar you were avenged with the very same sword that was used to kill you
"Caesar, thou art revenged / Even with the sword that killed thee" (V.iii.45-46).
Antony's quote, Antony was talking about how Brutus was the noblest of all romans and saying that Brutus killed Caesar for the good of Rome but the others conspirators killed Caesar for jealous reasons
"This was the noblest Roman of them all" (V.v.68).
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