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Julius Ceasar

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Adam Burke

on 22 March 2011

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Julius Ceasar By Adam Bast Map Ceasar's House Senate House Brutus's House Sardis Cassuis's House Philipi Pulpit Timeline . In The opening scene Marlus and Flavius scold Roman citizens for blindly worshiping Ceaser . The Soothsayer warns Ceasar to "Beware The Ides of March" telling him that he will die on this date.. . Brutus reveals that he fears Ceasar may become to powerfull. . Brtus is convinced to join the conpiracy against Ceasear. . Ceasar's Wife Calpurnia has bad dreams and wakes up to warn Ceasar about what she fears may happen. . Decius convinces Ceasar that his wife had misenterpreted the dream and that the
Senate May start to think that Ceasar is scared to go to work. . Artemidorus also warns Ceasar of a conspiricay that he fears. . Metellus Cimber begs Ceasar to take away his brothers "Banishment Order" . Ceasar refuses to retract the banishment. . Ceasar is killed . Mark Antony Flees. Than later pretents to treat the murderers as friends. . Antony ask's to speak at Ceasars funeral, he ends up speaking 2nd after Brutus. . Antony uses his exelent speach skills to turn the crowd's thoughts to favor him. . The Crowd, now and angry mob Searches for Cassius and Brutus. . Brutus and Cassius flee from Rome. . Octavius, Lepidus and Mark Antony Form a triumvirs against Brutus and Cassius. . Brutus contrdicts himself several times in his arguement with Cassius. . The battle at Philipi begins Between Brutus and Cassius against the Triumvirs of Mark Antony, Octavius and Lepidus. . Cassius's men loose ground to Mark Antony's forces. . Cassius commits suicide after he thinks he has sent titinius to captivity. . After fighting Antony's forces for a long hard time Brutus Commits suicide after asking three of his noble friends to hold his sword. . Strato Explains Brutus's death to the enemy, Antony relpy's saying..."This was the noblest Roman of them all." "Beware the ides of March."- Soothsayer
He was warning Ceasar. "Cowards die many times before their deaths;
The valiant never taste of death but once.
Of all the wonders that I yet have heard,
It seems to me most strange that men should fear;
Seeing that death, a necessary en Will come when it will come." - Ceaser
He's saying that if he didn't go to the senate he may be looked at as a coward. "Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar!" - Ceaser
He was suprissed that Brutus was against him. "Cry, 'Havoc!' and let slip the dogs of war."- Mark Antony
He was explaining how he would obtain revenge. "Romans, countrymen, and lovers! hear me for my cause, and be silent that you may hear."- Mark Antony
He Said this to get the romans attention. (At Ceasars funeral) "Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more." - Brutus
He was explaining why he assisted in the conspiricy against Ceasar. "This was the noblest Roman of them all;
All the conspirators save only he
Did that they did in envy of great Caesar;
He, only, in a general honest thought
And common good to all, made one of them.
His life was gentle, and the elements
So mixed in him that Nature might stand up
And say to all the world, 'This was a man!" - Mark Antony
He Said this to honor Brutus "Forever, and forever, farewell, Cassius!
If we do meet again, why, we shall smile;
If not, why then this parting was well made."- Brutus
He was explaining that they might not meet again. Q- Does Chaos result after the lawful social order is broken?

A- Maybe, The possibilty becomes greater because the structure of society would
not there. Q- Is it true that the best intentions of good can lead noble people to tragedy?

A- Yes, because without full understanding of what those good intenions are even the noblest of poeple can make mistakes that will lead to tragedy. Q- Is is it true that Violence and Bloodshed can never have morally good results?
A- False, because sometimes both violence and bloodshed can have possitive results. (Example Civil War) Q- In the hands of a skilled person can language be used as a powerfull weapon that could manipuilate others?

A- True, Because some types of people cannot handle that kind of responsability. (Example, Peer Pressure) True or False in Todays time. Q- is it true that Orderliness and stable rule, even rule by a dictator, are preferable to chaos?

A- False, because most dictators are not nice or resonable. Shakespeare & Globe Theater In the 1570s, John Shakespeare was prosecuted (or threatened with prosecution) four times for the illegal activities of trading in wool and money-lending Facts about Shakespeare .Many of Shakespeare's plays are based on others' earlier plays, histories, and poems. This was common practice at that time In Shakespeare's time, theaters had no curtain and used little or no scenery. Playwrights described the setting within the text of the performance The Globe burned to the ground on June 29, 1613, set fire by a cannon shot during a performance of Shakespeare's Henry VIII 51.Shakespeare's son, Hamnet, died in 1596. His daughter Susanna died in 1649. His younger daughter Judith had three children, but all died before their mother and without children. His granddaughter Elizabeth, daughter of Susanna, died childless in 1670, ending the William Shakespeare line The Globe Theater had a 1500 plus audience capacity. Up to 3000 people would flock to the theatre and its grounds Facts about Globe Theater The Globe Theater was built in a similar style to the Coliseum, but on a smaller scale - other Theatres followed this style of architecture - they were called amphitheatres. At the start of the play after collecting money from the audience the admission collectors put the boxes in a room backstage - the box office The Globe was built by carpenter Peter Smith and his workers built the most magnificent theater that London had ever seen. It was built between 1597 -1598
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