Tells Cassius to beware
Tells Brutus that he forgives him
Tells Antony that Brutus is a noble man
Tells Brutus that he'll see him on the battlefield
Pindarus informs Cassius that Titinius has been overtaken
Pindarus informs Cassius that Brutus has lost to Octavius
Titinius informs Pindarus that Brutus has lost to Octavius
Pindarus informs Cassius that his tents are invaded by the enemy
Brutus and Cassius will wait for Antony and Octavius' troops to arrive in Sardis.
Brutus will attack the right and Cassius will attack the left.
Brutus and Cassius will march forward and meet Antony and Octavius.
Brutus and Cassius will circle around and approach Antony and Octavius from behind.
Refers to Lepidus as a slight, unmeritable man
Wants to cut off some of the legacies in Caesar's will
Adds his nephew to the list of people who will be killed
Has his toga embellished with golden threads
Is on her way to Sardis
Has committed suicide
Has been murdered
Is contemplating suicide
Beware the Ides of March.
Beware the conspiracy.
Beware the Ides of May.
Beware Brutus and Cassius.
A man whose left hand was on fire but did not burn
A lion at the Capitol that looked at him but did not attack
One-hundred frightened women who saw men on fire walking the streets
A serpent breathing fire in the marketplace
To remind Caesar to meet at the Capitol
To assure Brutus that plans for the conspiracy were in place
To convince Brutus that the Roman people needed him to join the conspiracy
To warn Caesar about Brutus' betrayal
The weak, strong
Calphurnia enters the Capitol and finds Caesar lying in his own blood.
Caesar's statue spouts blood, and Romans smile as they bathe their hands in it.
Senators sit around a coffin laughing jubilantly. Inside the coffin is the body of Caesar.
The ghost of Pompey returns to announce the death of Julius Caesar.
Praise for his great success
A request for help
An update on a personal matter
A warning about the conspiracy
An endless supply of food
A sum of his personal money
An acre of land
Brutus refusing to send gold to Cassius
Brutus taking charge of the battle strategy
Cassius taking bribes to fund his army
Cassius spending his money on wine