Julius Caesar Test Flashcard Example #97176

Octavius, Lepidus, and Antony
He doesn’t think he’s worthy or smart enough
Cassius is accepting his friend who has letters taking bribes
His palm is itching for money
Brutus; he will see him at Phillipi
Suicide by swallowing a burning coal
Phillipi
To see if the smoke is coming from Antony’s troops or their troops
He has his friend stab him with a sword; Caesar thou art revenged and even by the sword you stabbed Caesar with
He calls Brutus the noblest Roman of them all
Anne Hathaway
Stratford-on-Avon
1616
The Groundlings
Ancient Rome
Earl of Southampton
The Globe Theater
Lives of the Noble Greeks and Romans
The Lord Chamberlain’s Men
James I
The carpenter and the cobbler
Take down decorations and disperse the crowds for the triumph
Hypocritical
Calpurnia
Beware the Ides of March
Love for Caesar and love for Rome
Caesar fainted and had a fit while in Spain with Cassius, and Caesar almost drowned in the Tiber, but was saved by Cassius
The Eve of the Ides of March
Forged letters planted by Cassius
Cassius
Forged letters
Antony offered to make Caesar king three times
A series of bad omens
They are signs that they must remove Caesar from power
Caesar
Suicide
Pompey’s Theater
She has had nightmares about his death
Decius convinces him to go to the Senate
A letter warning him
Serpeant
False
False
True
True
False
False
False
True
True
Caesar; Publius
Brutus
Antony
Antony; Octavius
Cassius
Octavius/Lepidus; Antony; Caesar
The Ides of March
Et tu, Brute?
Avenge Caesar’s assassination
Rome will break out in Civil War
He tells the people that Caesar was too ambitious
1. Conquers other lands and brings money back to Rome by bringing enslaved captives 2. Weeps when he sees the poor 3. Refuses the crown three times
His money and his gardens/orchards

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