• How Did Rome Become an Empire
    , Landmarks In Humanities Second Edition, 2009, p. 68). These steps help build the Roman Empire. After the assassination of Julius Caesar, a battle between Octavian against Mark Anthony and Cleopatra took place for new leadership. Actium in 31 B.C, Octavian defeated Mark Anthony and Cleopatra and became...
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  • Cleopatra
    she had to do to ensure her throne and make sure Egypt maintained to be independent from Rome. She formed relationships with very influential Roman men like Julius Caesar and Mark Anthony. She turned them into her allies by using her charms and womanly advances so that Egypt would remain independent...
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  • Swerve
    old Cleopatra died the same year as Alexandra the great. Julius Caesar was born on July 100 B.C. he had fought in lots of civil wars and got involved in Rome’s politics. He was born at Rome, Italy he died on 44 BCE. Cleopatra was born in Egypt. Mark Anthony was born on April 20 83 BC and died on...
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  • Antony and Cleopatra - The Entire Annotated Play
    your ends! We will here part. OCTAVIUS CAESAR Farewell, my dearest sister, fare thee well: The elements be kind to thee, and make Thy spirits all of comfort! fare thee well. OCTAVIA My noble brother! MARK ANTONY The April 's in her eyes: it is love's spring, And these the showers to bring...
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  • Time Traveling, Art Historian Book
    defeat and hungered for revenge. Both Julius Caesar and Mark Anthony attempted to reclaim the Roman standard through military means. However, Caesar's military campaign against the Parthians was cut short by his assassination, and Anthony only suffered further losses on the battlefield. Augustus was...
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  • Project in History
    * 1. The Proponents:Antonio, Marvin B.Ayes, Edwin, Jr. M.De Chavez, Benita M.Gomez, Gilbert E.Facurib, Jayson P.Solis, Mark Anthony E.Tulisana, Ruben P. BSIT – 4 lad Evening * 2. The Filipinos began to fight theSpaniards the moment theysettled permanently in 1565 andcontinued this resistance to...
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  • Julius Caesar Comparsion
    try and make it they way he want's. When Brutus killed Caesar it disorganized the government until the war over and Mark Anthony took over. When a country has a civil war it creates a real vonerable time for the country, when Mark Anthony and Brutus split up the Roman Empire for a civil war it left...
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  • Julius Caesar
    of Gaul lying in Italy). Pompeius agreed, but the senate ordered him to wait. Caesar then made an ultimatum. Julius summed up his services to the state and demanded that he could keep his legions and provinces till he was elected consul. In January 49 BC Mark Anthony, Caesar's trusted lieutenant...
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  • Juluis Caesar
    assassination, but argues against having Mark Antony murdered as well. Calphurnia, one of Caesar's wives, tells Caesar her dream foretells doom, convincing him to not go to the Senate tomorrow, which is the ides of March. Decius Brutus, hears of Caesar's plans to not go to the Senate and convinces him...
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  • virtuous Julius Caesar
    ). Therefore, Brutus's intentions are clearly stated about Caesar and Anthony.            Moreover, Brutus's quality of being overconfident about his work and plans led him to his own destruction.  He always believed that his plan of assassinating Caesar was perfect and would perfectly occur. As it was...
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  • Cleopatra
    Caesar and Mark Anthony may have damaged her image, as she was labeled “the whore of the eastern kings” according to Schiff (2010. Para. 15). Not only was Cleopatra incomparably richer than anyone else in the Mediterranean, she enjoyed greater prestige than every other woman of her time (Para. 2) Her...
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  • Shakespeare's Work Analysis
    Pompey while Octavius Caesar and Lepidus endeavored to take control of it. According to Facciponti (2001), Mark Antony is known as a brave soldier, powerful speaker as well as a ladies man. Meanwhile, Antony planed a social intrigue to provoke Queen Cleopatra. However, Cleopatra had her own plan to win...
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  • reseaech
    Caesar who acquired rule after the death of his uncle, he got revenge on the assassins who killed his uncle; he vanquished the forces of Anthony and his other patron Cleopatra. Caesar August also known as Octavian born a plebian who established as Rome’s First Citizen he was a dictator of Rome which...
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  • Julius Caesar Questions
    still all do it? Act Three Questions: 1. With all the conspirators minds working together how couldn’t they think of giving Mark Anthony a written script to read instead of making his own? 2. There’s a lot of unordinary things going on would or could there be some sort of black magic that...
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  • Cleopatra
    ready to attack her brother and his partners (Newman). After Caesars assassination she fell in love with the Roman General, Mark Anthony. Cleopatra knew that she was beautiful and she used it to the best of her ability, especially when it came to ruling. Cleopatra was the last Queen of Egypt...
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  • Chloepatra
    him killed because he was getting older and soon would want to assert his rights to the throne. While Cleopatra was in Rome she met Mark Anthony. Anthony was part of the Second Triumvirate with Octavian and Lepidus. In 41 B.C. Anthony called for Cleopatra to visit him in Tarsus, he had hopes that...
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  • Julius Caesar
    , Poster, Pamphlet, Report, Speech and Letter Writing ( Formal and Informal). Marks DISTRIBUTION: FA1 April 10 Marks. Literature: LI The Tribute. Poem: Poem 1 Night of the Scorpion. Drama: Play1 Christmas Carol. MCB : Unit 1 Health and Medicine. FA1 (I) 10 Marks Extempore: (1)(1) Women Empowerment...
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  • Arch1
    Lecture 12+13 Roman Empire: Imperator- is where we get the word emperor from. Julius Caesar- went into Egypt. Murdered by Marc Anthony and his generals. Octavius Caesar names Caesar Augustus [Son of God]. Caligula was corrupt and Nero was just as bad. “Bread and Circuses”- They had a lot...
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  • Betrayal
    Brutus is noble, "For Brutus is an honorable man; So are they all, all honorable men -Come I to speak in Caesar's funeral." * How did Antony ultimately win over the crowd? * The people liked Caesar. The senate thought he was becoming ambitious king. When Caesar was assassinated Mark Anthony...
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  • important notes
    refuses. Finally Brutus falls on his sword, killing himself. Octavius, Mark Antony, Messala and Lucilius now arrive. Strato explains how Brutus died. Mark Antony pays tribute to Brutus' noble spirit by famously saying, "This was the noblest Roman of them all..." Character: Julius Caesar The...
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