Julius Caesar Act 3

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  1. tactics that Antony uses to persuade the mob
    sarcasm (honorable Brutus), appeals to their emotions, greediness, drama
  2. What does Brutus appeal to?
    intelligence of the mob
  3. What are two adj. Antony uses to describe Brutus?
    honorable and noble
  4. Things Caesar left the people in his will
    • common pastures
    • 75 dracmas
    • orchards
  5. Value of a dracma
    $10.00 to $100.00
  6. Who is killed for bad verses?
    Cinna the poet
  7. Who is 7 leagues from Rome?
    Octavius/Augustus Caesar
  8. Who stabs Caesar first?
    Casca
  9. What are Brutus' mistakes involving Antony?
    • leaves him alive
    • lets him speak unattended to the people unattended
  10. Anachronism in Antony's speech
    burning the bodies
  11. legacy
    inheritance
  12. bondman
    slave
  13. coffer
    chest of money
  14. firmament
    the heavens, skies
  15. appease
    satisfy
  16. Who compares himself to the North Star?
    Caesar
  17. Who gives Caesar a petition?
    Artimadorus
  18. Who wishes Cassius good luck?
    Popelius Lena
  19. Who is disenfranchised?
    Publius Cimber
  20. Command given by a king
    havoc
  21. forum
    public marketplace
  22. pulpit
    elevated platform
  23. havoc
    kill all take no prisoners
  24. dogs of war
    fire, sword, famine
  25. Why does Caesar compare himself to the North Star?
    because once Caesar makes up his mind he never changes his mind because he is always right and the North Star never moves
  26. What 3 things that worry the conspirators
    • the soothsayer
    • Artemidorus' petition
    • Popelius Lena wishing them luck
  27. "I come to bury Caesar.."
    Antony
  28. "And Brutus is an honorable man"
    Antony
  29. "Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war"
    Antony
  30. "O pardon me thou bleeding piece of earth"
    Antony
  31. "O mighty Caesar does thou lie so low.."
    Antony
  32. "Friends, Romans, countrymen lend me your ears"
    Antony
  33. "A tu Brute"
    Caesar
  34. "I'm as constant as the North Star"
    Caesar
  35. "What touches us.."
    Caesar
  36. "Romans, countrymen,lovers"
    Brutus
  37. "Not that I loved Caesar less..."
    Brutus
  38. "Speak hands for me"
    Casca
  39. "I wish your enterprise today.."
    Popelius Lena
  40. "Mine's a suit that touches Caesar nearer"
    Artimadorus
  41. "Stoop then wash"
    Cassius

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