Captured by Antony's soldiers, and mistaken for Brutus
Soldier in Army of Brutus and Cassius
Distract Caesar's attention so the rest of the conspirators can carry out their plan
Gives Caesar a letter of warning that gives the names of the conspirators.
Servant to Brutus (C)
Vows to follow Brutus
Tribune who breaks up crowd waiting to honor Caesars triumph (F)
Holds Brutus's suicide sword
Warns Caesar to "Beware the ides of March"
Reinterprets Calpurnia's dream and convinces Caesar to go to the senate
Senator and famous orator (speaker) of Rome
Servant to Brutus(V)
Servant to Brutus (L)
Mistaken for the conspirator
First to stab Caesar
Reports of Portia's death, and discovers Cassius's body
Servant to Brutus. He refuses to kill Brutus.(C)
Takes Antony away from the assassination scene so that he won't interfere
Servant to Brutus. He refuses to kill Brutus.(D)
Devoted follower to Caesar. He defeats Brutus.
Organizes the conspiracy and then gets Brutus to join
Friend and soldier to Brutus. He refuses to kill Brutus.
Plants the forged letter for Cassius; also a conspirator.
Heir of Julius Caesar.
One of the many who escort Caesar to the senate meeting.
Wishes Cassius well in his enterprise.
Tribune who breaks up crowd waiting to honor Caesar's triumph (M)
Officer that guards the tent in Sardis.
Joins with Octavius and Antony. Used by Octavius and Antony.
Wife of Brutus
Joins and then leads the conspiracy to kill Caesar.
This Italian city is the setting for the first three acts of the play.
A place in western turkey where Brutus assembles the troops before the final battle
A worker who takes a day off in Act one to go see Caesar's triumphant return to Rome
Slave or Servant
Sky or Heaven
Command, Power, Empire
Gaul (The place)
a Gaul (the person)
Rome (the place)
a Roman (the person)
accusative singular of terra, terrae
genative plural of porta, portae
dative singular of Deus
dative plural of serves, servi
he, she, it is
dative plural of lex, legis
genative plural of rex, regis
dative plural of portus, portus
ablative singular of equitatus, equitatus
dative plural of res, rei
ablative singular of res, rei
bonus, a, um
malus, a, um
I was praising
he, she, it was carrying
he will conquer
you will seize
they were warning
he was fearing
they have, are having
they will terrify
propter, prep. w. acc.
post, prep. w. acc.
in, prep.w. abl.
kingdom, royal power
command, power, empire
he, she, it gave
on account of
therefore, and so
you (plural) see