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  • 1. facebook Marcus Brutus “My heart doth joy that yet in all my life I found no man but he was true to me.” Wall Photos Flair Boxes Marcus Brutus Logout View Photos of Marcus Brutus Send Marcus Brutus a Message Poke Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Ancient Rome Birthday: June 85 BCE Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Caesar Cassius Antony Casca Calpurnia Portia Marcus Brutus “My heart doth joy that yet in all my life I found no man but he was true to me.” Act V, Scene v Marcus Brutus I believe it is finally my hour to put myself to rest. The ghost of Caesar will no longer stir, knowing that “I killed not thee with half so good a will.” Act V, Scene iii Strato Marcus Brutus I fare thee well, noble Brutus. Act V, Scene v Mark Antony Marcus Brutus “This was a man.” Act V, Scene v End of Act V…
  • 2. facebook Marcus Brutus “My heart doth joy that yet in all my life I found no man but he was true to me.” Wall Photos Flair Boxes Marcus Brutus Logout View Photos of Marcus Brutus Send Marcus Brutus a Message Poke Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Ancient Rome Birthday: June 85 BCE Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Caesar Cassius Antony Casca Calpurnia Portia Marcus Brutus As this may be the last time I see my dear Caius Cassius Longinus, I bid thee an everlasting farewell. Act V, Scene i Gaius Cassius Longinus Marcus Brutus I told you we should have rid of Mark Antony, for then he would not be insulting us before our very faces! Act V, Scene i Caius Cassius Longinus And if we see each other again? And if we lose? And if we be dragged through the streets of Rome? Marcus Brutus If we see each other, I shall meet you with a smile. If we lose, I have no intention to take my life, rather to let be what the universe may govern. As for being bound and dragged through the streets of Rome, I shall never see it happen. “ Think not, thou noble Roman, that ever Brutus will go bound to Rome. He bears too great a mind.” Marcus Brutus has just overtaken the army of Octavius. Act V, Scene iii Marcus Brutus My dear brother, Caius Cassius Longinus , has died! “O Julius Caesar, thou art mighty yet! Thy spirit walks abroad and turns our swords in our own proper entrails.” I owe his mourning more time than I am currently allowed, for Rome could not conjure an equivalent. Act V, Scene iii Messala, Cato, and 3 others like this.
  • 3. facebook Marcus Brutus The ghost of Julius Caesar has visited my dreams to say he will see me once again at Philippi. Wall Photos Flair Boxes Marcus Brutus Logout View Photos of Marcus Brutus Send Marcus Brutus a Message Poke Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Ancient Rome Birthday: June 85 BCE Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Caesar Cassius Antony Casca Calpurnia Portia Marcus Brutus My Porita has died, her throat filled with the remnants of hot coals. Act IV, Scene iii Marcus Brutus The ghost of Julius Caesar has visited my dreams to say he will see me once again at Philippi. Act IV, Scene iii Marcus Brutus Caius Cassius Longinus is my brother, and his fits will be seen as no more than foul moods. He will always be my brother. Act IV, Scene iii End of Act IV… Gaius Cassius Longinus Brutus, I am so sorry for your loss. Caius Cassis Longinus likes this.
  • 4. facebook Marcus Brutus The ghost of Julius Caesar has visited my dreams to say he will see me once again at Philippi. Wall Photos Flair Boxes Marcus Brutus Logout View Photos of Marcus Brutus Send Marcus Brutus a Message Poke Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Ancient Rome Birthday: June 85 BCE Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Caesar Cassius Antony Casca Calpurnia Portia Marcus Brutus To our armies, worry not. There is nothing but love between Gaius Cassius Longinus and I. Act IV, Scene ii Caius Cassius Longinus Marcus Brutus You ignored my letters that argued the innocence of Lucius Pella! You have wronged me! Act IV, Scene iii Gaius Cassius Longinus Marcus Brutus Thou hath wronged me! Act IV, Scene ii Marcus Brutus You have often been called a greedy man, and I am starting to agree. Marcus Brutus is going forth to meet Cassius’ army at a dignified place. Act IV, Scene ii Caius Cassius Longinus Greedy! Caesar never would have treated me so. Marcus Brutus Cease to speak! Especially seeing that you are the one that has wronged me! Caius Cassius Longinus Oh Brutus! A friend never would admit my faults as often as you. Take my dagger and my life! Marcus Brutus Of what do you speak? Never would I think to wrong the common man or thy enemy, but you are my brother! How could I have wronged you?
  • 5. facebook Marcus Brutus Antony used my own words against me! The crowd has fallen to him. They want to destroy the conspirators; I must flee! Wall Photos Flair Boxes Marcus Brutus Logout View Photos of Marcus Brutus Send Marcus Brutus a Message Poke Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Ancient Rome Birthday: June 85 BCE Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Caesar Cassius Antony Casca Calpurnia Portia Marcus Brutus Antony used my own words against me! The crowd has fallen to him. They want to destroy the conspirators; I must flee! Act III, Scene iii Caius Cassius Longinus Marcus Brutus I fear that letting Antony speak to the crowd about the death of Caesar will impact them to our mighty disadvantage. Act III, Scene i End of Act III… Caius Cassis Longinus likes this. Marcus Brutus As long as he doesn’t blame us for Caesar’s death, and he speaks only well of Caesar, I see no bad outcome.
  • 6. facebook Marcus Brutus Antony used my own words against me! The crowd has fallen to him. They want to destroy the conspirators; I must flee! Wall Photos Flair Boxes Marcus Brutus Logout View Photos of Marcus Brutus Send Marcus Brutus a Message Poke Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Ancient Rome Birthday: June 85 BCE Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Caesar Cassius Antony Casca Calpurnia Portia Marcus Brutus All should remain calm, for only Caesar died for his ambition. I call your attention to welcome all you, as a Roman, to a new era of peace, liberty and freedom! Act III, Scene i Mark Antony Marcus Brutus Brutus! Do you wish to kill me, to eliminate me as a confidante of Caesar? If so, please let it be by your honorable sword. Act III, Scene i Julius Caesar Marcus Brutus I remain stationary in my decision of the banishment of Publius Cimber . Act III, Scene i Caius Cassis Longinus and 5 others like this. Marcus Brutus We do not wish to harm you, Antony, though our hands are bloody and vicious. Do not let it deceive you. Marcus Brutus But Caesar… Julius Caesar “Hence! Wilt thou lift up Olympus?” Marcus Brutus Not at all, but I consider myself worthy of other magnificent feat, such as the one I am about to commit. Julius Caesar Oh, you too, Brutus? If it be so, let Caesar die.
  • 7. facebook Marcus Brutus “Let us be sacrificers, not butchers…” Wall Photos Flair Boxes Marcus Brutus Logout View Photos of Marcus Brutus Send Marcus Brutus a Message Poke Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Ancient Rome Birthday: June 85 BCE Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Caesar Cassius Antony Casca Calpurnia Portia Catonis Marcus Brutus Dear, why am I not aware of the sickness that troubles your mind? Include me in your secrets, for I am your wife, not your harlot. Act II, Scene i Portia Marcus Brutus All are welcomed into my home after hours, as long as they do not disgrace themselves by pretending that a darkened hoods and masks can hide their current distress and forthcoming monstrous acts. Act II, Scene i Gaius Cassius Longinus Marcus Brutus Brutus, will you put your hand in to swear to an oath? Act II, Scene i Marcus Brutus is tired from the mental torment I face between these times of deciding to do an unthinkable act and following through with the aforementioned. Act II, Scene i Marcus Brutus thinks that the hard work to ascend the ladder of power is forgotten when one looks down to see how small the people are from the top. Will Caesar feel that way? Act II, Scene i Marcus Brutus ”Let us be sacrificers, not butchers…” Act II, Scene i End of Act II… Gaius Cassis Longinus and 5 others like this. Marcus Brutus Why, sir? No other adhesive is needed between honest men with a common goal. Marcus Brutus My noble wife, don’t fret. My secrets will be yours soon enough.
  • 8. facebook Marcus Brutus is frightened by the growling storm. Surely no one would venture out into this storm tonight. Wall Photos Flair Boxes Marcus Brutus Logout View Photos of Marcus Brutus Send Marcus Brutus a Message Poke Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Ancient Rome Birthday: June 85 BCE Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Caesar Cassius Antony Casca Calpurnia Portia Marcus Brutus is frightened by the growling storm. Surely no one would venture out into this storm tonight. Act I, Scene iii Marcus Brutus saw a night owl in the marketplace during the day today, what an infinitely strange thing. Act I, Scene iii Gauis Cassius Longinus I hear you have been receiving many letters lately. Gratifying and encouraging, isn’t it? Act I, Scene iii End of Act I… Marcus Brutus likes this.
  • 9. facebook Marcus Brutus is frightened by the growling storm. Surely no one would venture out into this storm tonight. Wall Photos Flair Boxes Marcus Brutus Logout View Photos of Marcus Brutus Send Marcus Brutus a Message Poke Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Ancient Rome Birthday: June 85 BCE Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Caesar Cassius Antony Casca Calpurnia Marcus Brutus is considering the point Gaius Cassius Longinus made to me today. Brutus is indeed a capable name, just as Caesar. Persuade me no more for now, I need time to mull things over. Act I, Scene ii Portia Marcus Brutus Though I love Caesar, my honor for upholding the integrity of the Roman empire causes me to question his rule. Act I, Scene ii Gaius Cassius Longinus Marcus Brutus Tell me, good Brutus, can you see your face? Act I, Scene ii Marcus Brutus is vexed by a war I hold only with myself. I beg all of you to pardon the indulgence I hold in my own personal grievances. Act I, Scene ii Marcus Brutus feels wary about the ides of March. The soothsayer hath dawned upon me a feeling of trepidation. Act I, Scene i Gaius Cassis Longinus Marcus Brutus I’m afraid I cannot. My mortal eyes cannot see my own face without the aid of a reflective surface. Gaius Cassius Longinus That is quite a shame, for many others are anxious for the day when your eyes meet your face.
  • 10. facebook Marcus Brutus Personal Information Wall Photos Flair Boxes Marcus Brutus Logout View Photos of Marcus Brutus Send Marcus Brutus a Message Poke Wall Info Photos Boxes Basic Information Information Networks : Ancient Rome Birthday: June 85 BCE Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome, Italy Photos Networks:                              Ancient Rome Sex:                                      Male Birthday:                               June 85 BCE Hometown:                           Rome Relationship Status:             Married to Portia Political Views:                     Roman Republic Religious Views:                   Polytheism Interests: Commanding the Senate, Conspiring, Commanding the Military, Being a Quaestor Activities: Circuses, Chariot Racing, Going to the Amphitheater, Public Bathing, Fishing, Hunting Favorite Music: Boethius, Virtuosi Musicians Favorite Plays: Miles Gloriosus, Manaechmi, Pseudolus Favorite Quotes : “De duobus malis minus est semper eligendum” –Between two evils, choose the lesser one. (Cicero) Favorite Scrolls: Any number of scrolls from the Library of Alexandria The Family Updated last Tuesday 2 Albums Weekend Activities Updated two months ago Contact Information Contact My Messenger: Nuncio
  • 11. facebook Wall Photos Flair Boxes John F. Kennedy Logout Wall Info Photos Boxes Photos of Marcus Brutus 7 Photos Marcus Brutus’s Albums 3 Photo Albums The Family 1 photo Weekend Activities 5 photos Profile Pictures 2 photos Marcus Brutus
  • 12. Bibliography http://www.livius.org/bn-bz/brutus/brutus02.html http://library.thinkquest.org/26602/entertainment.htm http://www.aug.edu/~cshotwel/2001.Rome.htm http://www.yuni.com/library/latin_7.html http://www.roman-colosseum.info/roman-life/roman-theatre.htm

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