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  1. 1. facebook Portia “The ghost of Caesar hath appeared to me.” Wall Photos Flair Boxes Portia Logout View photos of Portia(5) Send Portia a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Rome Birthday: Between 74 BC and 63 BC Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Calphurnia Titinius Cassius Antony Portia “The ghost of Caesar hath appeared to me.” Act V, Scene v Lucilius Lucilius Portia No one shall ever take our noble Brutus Act V, Scene iv Portia “Are yet two Romans living such as these? The last of all the Romans, fare thee well!” Act V, Scene iii Portia Cassius should not hath seen his friend ta’en before him. Act V, Scene iii Brutus Portia Doth wish’d I did not have to plan my exeunt. Act V, Scene i Portia Feels for the men who are fighting. Act V, Scene i Brutus Act V Cassius likes this. Portia “If we do meet again, why, we shall smile; if not, why then this parting was well made.” Cassius I indeed prefer death, my mighty Brutus do not wallow. Brutus Cassius, my thoughts are around you. Calphurnia likes this.
  2. 2. facebook Portia Ist tired of the way Brutus hast been acting. Wall Photos Flair Boxes Portia Logout View photos of Portia(5) Send Portia a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Rome Birthday: Between 74 BC and 63 BC Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Calphurnia Titinius Cassius Antony Portia Ist tired of the way Brutus hast been acting. Act IV, Scene iii Soothsayer Cassius Portia I do not reminisce in the being of Brutus. Act IV, Scene iii Portia Brutus has rather be a villager than to repute himself a son of Rome under these hard conditions as this time is like to lay upon us. Act IV, Scene Portia Brutus would not go against his brothers. Act IV, Scene ii Brutus Portia “But hollow men, like horses hot at hand, make gallant show and promise of their mettle.” Act IV, Scene ii Portia Agrees with Antony, Lepidus is not fit to be powerful. Act IV, Scene i Brutus Act IV Antony likes this. Cassius Let Brutus and I talk in private. Portia dislikes this.
  3. 3. facebook Portia Antony willst you read the will? Wall Photos Flair Boxes Portia Logout View photos of Portia(5) Send Portia a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Rome Birthday: Between 74 BC and 63 BC Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Calphurnia Titinius Cassius Antony Brutus Portia We will attend to Caesar’s funeral as a friend. Act III, Scene iii Soothsayer Portia Antony willst you read the will? Act III, Scene ii Portia “Had you rather living and die all slaves.” Act III, Scene ii Portia I had no knowledge that friends could turn into betrayers. Act III, Scene i Portia Calphurnia My love is with you, please accept my sorrow. Act III, Scene i Portia “Tyranny is dead!” Act III, Scene i Brutus Act III Antony likes this. Brutus Not that I loved Caesar less, but I loved Rome more.
  4. 4. facebook Portia I am merry for the love of my Brutus. Wall Photos Flair Boxes Portia Logout View photos of Portia(5) Send Portia a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Rome Birthday: Between 74 BC and 63 BC Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Calphurnia Titinius Cassius Antony Portia I am merry for the love of my Brutus. Act II, Scene iv Soothsayer Calphurnia Portia “If thou read this, O Caesar, thou mayest live; if not, the fates with traitors do contrive.” Act II, Scene iii Portia Wishes that friends wouldn’t turn on others. Act II, Scene ii Portia “When beggars die, there are no comets seen.” Act II, Scene ii Brutus Portia My sorrow my wife, I do not mean to place you in discomfort. Act II, Scene i Portia Who doth thinks that I willst need to have a talk with Calphurnia? Act II, Scene i Brutus Act II Brutus likes this. Portia Only if I can have you get better. Brutus and Calphurnia dislike this. Lucius For I will bring you word of doth he says.
  5. 5. facebook Portia No longer falls due Caesar’s crown. Wall Photos Flair Boxes Portia Logout View photos of Portia(5) Send Portia a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Rome Birthday: Between 74 BC and 63 BC Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Calphurnia Titinius Cassius Antony Portia No longer falls due Caesar’s crown. Act I, Scene ii Soothsayer Portia: Beware the Ides of March Act I, Scene ii Portia Brutus has rather be a villager than to repute himself a son of Rome under these hard conditions as this time is like to lay upon us. Act I, Scene ii Portia is wondering whether or not I should get ready for being Queen… Act I, Scene ii Portia is prettying up for the Feast of Lupercal with Brutus, Caesar and Calphurnia. Act I, Scene ii Brutus Portia I do fear the people choose Caesar for their king. Act I, Scene ii Brutus Act I
  6. 6. facebook Portia is preparing to sign the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Wall Photos Flair Boxes Portia Logout View photos of Portia(5) Send Portia a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Rome Birthday: Between 74 BC and 63 BC Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Friends Calphurnia Titinius Cassius Antony Cassius Portia: You bear too stubborn and too strange a hand over your friend that loves you. Be sure to warn Brutus of my worry. Act I, Scene ii Soothsayer Portia How doth Caesar see Brutus gamesome? He is a noble man. Act I, Scene ii Calphurnia Portia: I sure do hope that this race will doth Caesar and I good. Act I, Scene ii Portia hopes that Marullus and Flavius don’t start mischief with Caesar. But Caesar your back doth mine. Act I, scene i Brutus Act I
  7. 7. facebook Portia is preparing to sign the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Personal Information Wall Photos Flair Boxes Portia Logout View photos of Portia (5) Send Portia a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Basic Information Information Networks : Rome Birthday: Between 74 BC and 63 BC Political: Roman Republic Religion: Polytheism Hometown: Rome Photos Networks: Rome Sex: Female Birthday: Between 74 BC and 63 BC Hometown: Rome Relationship Status: Married to Brutus Political Views: Roman Republic Religious Views: Polytheism Activities: Worrying about Brutus, Mothering, Visiting the Coliseum Interests: Circuses, Pantomime, Chariot Racing, Favorite Music: Classical, Opera, Lute, Lyre Favorite Plays: Phaedra, Titus Maccius Plautus, Lucius Annaeus Seneca Favorite Quote: “Beware of the Ides of March” Favorite Scroll: Third Punic War The Friends Updated last Friday 2 Albums Ancient Rome Updated one month ago Contact Information Address: Ancient Rome Phone Number: Contact my messenger: Nuncio
  8. 8. facebook Wall Photos Flair Boxes Portia Logout Wall Info Photos Boxes Photos of Portia 5 Photos Portia’s Albums 2 Photo Alums The Friends 5 photos Ancient Rome 5 photos Profile Pictures 1 photo Portia is preparing to sign the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
  9. 9. <ul><li>Citing </li></ul><ul><li>http://tinyurl.com/54nagm </li></ul><ul><li>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_ancient_Rome </li></ul><ul><li>http://novaonline.nvcc.edu/eli/spd130et/roman.htm </li></ul><ul><li>http://www.moyak.com/papers/roman-women.html </li></ul>

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