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What are the seven leagues of Rome?
the seven hills (the Aventine, Caelian, Capitoline, Esquiline, Palatine, Quirinal, and Viminal) on and about which the ancient city of Rome was built.
Who is ate in Julius Caesar?
Ate. Ate is the Greek goddess of discord and vengeance. Ate by his side, just up from Hell, will cry in the voice of a king, “Havoc!” and unleash the dogs of war. This foul deed will stink up to the sky with men’s corpses, which will beg to be buried.
What does fly not stand still?
Fly not, stand stiff: ambition’s debt is paid.” Brutus is trying to get them to calm down and act like the patriots they are (or that he has convinced himself they are), rather than run around looking guilty.
Where are all of the characters when Act 3 begins?
Where are all of the characters when Act 3 begins? Rome. Before the Capitol.
Who said ambition’s debt is paid?
“Ambition’s debt is paid.” Who says this and what does it mean? Brutus says this. This means that Caesar’s death is the cause and consequence of Caesar’s ambition.
What was Julius Caesar’s last words?
Caesar’s last words were ‘et tu, Brute’ Another Shakespearean invention was Caesar’s last words, “Et tu, Brute?,” meaning “You too, Brutus?” in Latin.
Who said the fault dear Brutus?
As Cassius said to Brutus (in Julius Caesar) Men at some time are masters of their fates: The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, But in ourselves, that we are underlings.
Who has ominous dreams in Julius Caesar?
Brutus’s wife, Portia, asks him to tell her what is troubling him. Caesar’s wife, Calphurnia, has an ominous dream and pleads with him to stay at home. One of the conspiritors convinces Caesar to go to the Capitol as planned.
What is the meaning of Et tu Brute?
: and you (too), Brutus —exclamation on seeing his friend Brutus among his assassins.
What does Brutus mean when he says ambition’s debt is paid?
“Ambition’s debt is paid.” Who says this and what does it mean? Brutus says this. This means that Caesar’s death is the cause and consequence of Caesar’s ambition. These differ because Brutus wants to show off that he killed Caesar, but he said before that he did not want to be seen as a butchers.
How does Brutus explain Caesar’s murder to people?
How does Brutus explain Caesar’s murder to people? He said that he loved Caesar as a friend, but he loved his country (Rome) more.
Who put 400 people in jail and condemned 72 to hang?
Danforth, however, has had a hand in the fate of a great deal more; he is said to have imprisoned 400 people for witchcraft in the area and to have signed the death warrants for 72 of those individuals.