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Calphurnia
Julius Caesar's wife
Portia
Brutus's wife
Lucius
Portia and Brutus's servant
Difference between Caius Cassius and Cassius
nothing
Difference between Marcus Brutus and Brutus
Nothing
How many conspirators counting Brutus
8
Name all of the conspirators
Marcus Brutus (brutus)
Caius Cassius
Casca
Cinna
Decius Brutus
Caius Ligarius
Metellus Cimber
Trebonius
How many senators
3
Name the senators
Cicero
Publius
Popilius Lena
Name the tribunes
Flavius
Marullus
How many tribunes
2
On what date does the play begin?
February 15, 44 B.C.
How many conspirators are related to Marcus Brutus?
2
Which conspirators is Marcus Brutus related to
Brutus is related to Cassius and Decius. Cassius is his brother-in-law, and Decius is his cousin.
Who gives a soliloquy at the beginning of Act II?
Brutus
Who wants to assassinate Mark Antony along with Caesar?
Cassius
Who does not go into the Senate and thus not stab Caesar?
Trebonius
Who distracts Caesar while the other conspirators get ready to kill him?
Metellus does this by begging Caesar for the return of his brother, Pubilius.
At the end of Act III, commoners kill a person who shares his name with which conspirator?
Cinna
The plebeians are:
members of the lower classes
"Beware the ides of March" is stated by whom?
A soothsayer
Why does Caesar request Antony "touch Calpurnia"?
to rid her of her sterility
Who states the following: "What you would work me to, /I have some aim; /How I have thought of this and of these times."
Brutus
To convince Brutus to join him, what does the lead conspirator plant in his house?
an anonymous letter decrying Caesar's rule
How many times does Caesar refuse the crown?
3
Who offers Caesar the crown?
Antony
What happens to Caesar after refusing the crown?
He falls in the market
What does caesar suffer from?
deafness in his left ear
Who states the following: "Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears."
Antony
What does Caesars will promise?
75 dachmas to each plebeian
In the statement, "This was the noblest Roman of them all" , to whom is the speaker referring?
Brutus
When is the ides of March?
march 15
To whom is the speaker referring: "O, let us have him, for his silver hairs/ Will purchase us a good opinion/ And buy men's voices to commend our deeds"?
Cicero
Who states the following: "Tell me, good Brutus, can you see your face?"
Cassius
What almost keeps Caesar from attending Senate on the day of his death?
Calpurnia's bad dream
What does Artemidorus offer Caesar in the street?
A letter warning him about the conspiracy
After the assassination of Caesar, which of the conspirators addresses the plebeians first?
Brutus
What is Brutus’s explanation for killing Caesar?
Caesar was ambitious
Who said to Caesar: "And he shall say you are not well today. Let me upon my knee prevail in this."
Calpurnia
How does Portia know something is bothering Brutus?
He can't sleep at night.
Calpurnia's dream was about:
Blood spurting from Caesar's statue (correct answer, your response)