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Julius Caesar
      
"Cry 'Havoc' and Let Slip the Dogs of War."
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar
      
"Friends, Romans, Countrymen, Lend Me Your Ears; I Come to Bury Caesar, Not to Praise Him."
Julius Caesar
      
"But, for My Own Part, It Was Greek to Me."
Julius Caesar
      
"Et Tu, Brute!"
Julius Caesar
      
"Beware the Ides of March."
Julius Caesar
      
"This Was the Noblest Roman of Them All."
Julius Caesar
      
"When That the Poor Have Cried, Caesar Hath Wept: Ambition Should Be Made of Sterner Stuff."
Julius Caesar
      
"Yond Cassius Has a Lean and Hungry Look; He Thinks Too Much: Such Men Are Dangerous."
Julius Caesar
      
"As He Was Valiant, I Honor Him; But, As He Was Ambitious, I Slew Him."
Julius Caesar
      
"Cowards Die Many Times Before Their Deaths; The Valiant Never Taste of Death but Once."
Julius Caesar
   is a   
Tragic Play
Antony
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Marcus Antonius
Brutus
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Marcus Brutus
Cassius
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
A Conspirator Against Caesar
Octavius
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Octavius Caesar
Lepidus
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Marcus Antonius Lepidus
Lucius
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Servant to Brutus
Messala
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Friend to Brutus
Decius Brutus
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
A Conspirator Against Caesar
Lucilius
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Friend to Brutus
Tintinius
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Friend to Brutus
Clitus
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Servant to Brutus
Cinna the Poet
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Calpurnia
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Wife to Caesar
Marullus
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
A Tribune
Ligarius
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
A Conspirator Against Caesar
Flavius
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
A Tribune
Metellus Cimber
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
A Conspirator Against Caesar
Cicero
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Senator
Trebonius
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
A Conspirator Against Caesar
Artemidorus
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Of Cnidos, a Teacher of Rhetoric.
Young Cato
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Friend to Brutus
Dardanius
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Servant to Brutus
Volumnius
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Friend to Brutus
Publius
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Senator
Popilius
   is a character in   
Julius Caesar
Popilius Lena
Claudius
   is a character in   
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Servant to Brutus
Julius Caesar
   begins   
"Hence!"
Hence! home, you idle creatures get you home: Is this a holiday? what! know you not, Being mechanical, you ought not walk Upon a labouring day without the sign Of your profession? Speak, what trade art thou?
King of Diamonds
   is often associated with   
Julius Caesar
Emperor of Rome
Marcus Brutus
   assassinated   
Julius Caesar
Marcus Junius Brutus, Gaius Cassius Longinus, and their associates. Brutus committed suicide by running onto his sword in 42 BC after being defeated at the second battle of Philippi.
Julius Caesar & Vercingetorix
   led opposing forces at the   
Battle of Alesia
The Roman victory at Alesia signalled the completion of their conquest of Gaul.
Charlton Heston
   starred in   
Julius Caesar (1970)
Marlon Brando
   starred in   
Julius Caesar (1953)
Julius Caesar
   uttered the last words   
"Et Tu Brute"
The quotation is widely used in Western culture as the epitome of betrayal.
Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus
   had the sobriquet   
Caligula
Latin, "Little Boots"
Stanley Kowalski, Don Vito Corleone, Zapata, Julius Caesar
   are all   
Roles Played by Marlon Brando
Julius Caesar (1950)
   starred   
Harold Tasker, Charlton Heston and David Bradley
Director: David Bradley. Also starred Theodore Cloak, Mary Sefton Darr & Homer Dietmeier
Mark Antony
   is played by Marlon Brando in   
Julius Caesar (1953)
Cato the Younger
   is played by Christopher Walken in   
Julius Caesar (2002)






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