A street in Rome is the opening setting, where Caesar's victory is being celebrated.
Murellus and Flavius are tributes.
Murellus and Flavius want to drive the commoners from the street to stop the celebration of Caesar's victory.
Murellus and Flavius took down decorations from the public statues that are in honor of Caesar's to further hinder their celebration.
Caesar told Antony to touch Calpurnia.
A soothsayer is a teller of truth. He knows Caesar of the 'Ides of March', the 15th of March.
THE JULIUS CAESAR (bio.)
llegedly the descendent of Trojan prince Aeneas, Julius Caesar's auspicious birth c. July 12 or 13, 100 B.C., marked the beginning of a new chapter in Roman history. By 31, Caesar had fought in several wars and become involved in Roman politics. After several alliances, he became dictator of the Roman Empire. This led to a senatorial coup, and Caesar's eventual assassination, on the Ides of March.
"For the immortal gods are accustomed at times to grant favorable circumstances and long impunity to men whom they wish to punish for their crime, so that they may smart the more severely from a change of fortune."
– Julius Caesar
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A politically adept and popular leader of the Roman Republic, Julius Caesar significantly transformed what became known as the Roman Empire, by greatly expanding its geographic reach and establishing its imperial system.
While it has long been disputed, it's estimated that Julius Caesar was born in Rome on July 12 or 13, 100 BC. While he hailed from Roman aristocrats, his family was far from rich. When Caesar was 16 his father, Gaius Caesar, died. He remained close to his mother, Aurelia.
The Rome of Caesar's youth was unstable. An element of...
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