Julius Caesar

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Julius Caesar by Mind Map: Julius Caesar

1. Team Brutus

1.1. Portia

1.1.1. Stabbed her own thigh

1.1.2. "Think you I am no stronger than my sex...?"

1.2. Cassius

1.2.1. Brutus closest Conspirator

1.2.2. "Men at some time are masters of their fates the fault dear Brutus is not in our stars but in ourselves that we are underlinks."

1.3. Publius

1.3.1. Was banished by Caesar

1.3.2. "Good morrow, Caesar."

1.4. Casca

1.4.1. One of the original conspirators, gossips

1.4.2. "It was Greek to me."

1.5. Decius

1.5.1. Persuaded Caesar to go to the courthouse

1.5.2. "Don’t worry about that. If he’s reluctant, I can convince him. He loves to hear me tell him how men can be snared by flatterers, just like unicorns can be captured in trees, elephants in holes, and lions with nets.

1.6. Flavius

1.6.1. Snooty conspirator

1.6.2. "Being mechanical you must not walk."

1.7. Murellis

1.7.1. Snooty conspirator

1.7.2. "Hence home you idle creatures go home!"

1.8. Cinna

1.8.1. Put the letters where Brutus would find them

1.8.2. "Casca, you are the first that rears your hand."

1.9. Trebonius

1.9.1. Lured Antony out of the Senate house, does not stab Caesar

1.9.2. "There is no fear in him; let him not die; For he will live, and laugh at this hereafter."

1.10. Lucillius

1.10.1. "So Brutus should be found. I thank thee, Brutus, That thou hast proved Lucilius' saying true."

1.10.2. Officer in Brutus army

1.11. Lucius

1.11.1. "No, sir; their hats are pluck'd about their ears, And half their faces buried in their cloaks,..."

1.11.2. Brutus servant

1.12. Pindarius

1.12.1. "I do not doubt But that my noble master will appear."

1.12.2. Servant to Cassius, helps with his suicide

1.13. Titinius

1.13.1. An officer

1.13.2. "O Cassius, Brutus gave the word too early; who, having some advantage on Octavius, took it too eagerly: his soldiers fell to spoil, whilst we by Antony are all enclosed."

1.14. Metellus Cimbers

1.14.1. His brother was banished, his brother was Publius

1.14.2. "Most high, most mighty, and most puissant Caesar, Metellus Cimber throws before thy seat"

1.15. Ligarius

1.15.1. "I am not sick, if Brutus have in hand Any exploit worthy the name of honour"

1.15.2. Spoke well of Pompey and was punished by Caesar for doing so

1.16. Soldiers

1.16.1. "We must not. A noble prisoner!"

1.16.2. Brutus's soldiers

1.17. Messala

1.17.1. "Seek him, Tintinius, whilst I go to meet The noble Brutus, thrusting this report."

1.17.2. Messenger of Brutus army

1.18. Varrus

1.18.1. Brutus officer

1.18.2. "Yes, my lord."

1.19. Claudio

1.19.1. Brutus' Officer

1.19.2. "Yes, my lord."

1.20. Cato

1.20.1. Related to Brutus and an officer

1.20.2. "Brave Tintinius! Look, whether he have not crown'd dead Cassius!"

1.21. Clitis

1.21.1. "Now is that noble vessel full of grief, That it runs over even at his eyes."

1.21.2. An officer

1.22. Darndinius

1.22.1. "Would I dare do something like that?"

1.22.2. "To kill him, Clitus. Look, he's meditating on what to do."

1.23. Voluminus

1.23.1. "That’s not a job for a friend, my lord."

1.23.2. Brutus soldier

2. Team Caesar

2.1. Calphurnia

2.1.1. Caesar's wife

2.1.2. "When beggars die there are no comets seen: The heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes."

2.2. Carpenter

2.2.1. Going to the parade for Caesar

2.2.2. "Why sir, a carpenter."

2.3. Cobbler

2.3.1. Going to the parade for Caesar

2.4. Plebians

2.4.1. They were at the speech where he died

2.5. Cicero

2.5.1. Was killed by Antony and Octavius

2.5.2. Good even, Casca: brought you Caesar home? Why are you breathless? and why stare you so?

2.6. Artemidorius

2.6.1. Gave Caesar the letter

2.6.2. "Caesar, beware of Brutus. Watch Cassius. Don’t go near Casca. Keep an eye on Cinna. Don’t trust Trebonius. Pay attention to Metellus Cimber. Decius Brutus doesn’t love you. You’ve wronged Caius Ligarius. These men all have one intention, and it’s directed against Caesar."

2.7. Octavius

2.7.1. Caesars son

2.7.2. "You may do your will, but he's a tried and valiant soldier."

2.8. Popillius

2.8.1. "I wish your enterprise today may thrive."

2.8.2. A senator

2.9. Cinna the Poet

2.9.1. "I am Cinna the poet. I am Cinna the poet."

2.9.2. Mistaken as a conspirator

2.10. Lepidus

2.10.1. Part of the Second Triumvirate

2.10.2. "Upon condition Publius shall not live."

2.11. Ghost

2.11.1. The Ghost of Caesar

2.11.2. "I'm your evil spirit, Brutus."

2.12. Soothsayer

2.12.1. "Beware the Ides of March."

2.12.2. Warns of the 15 of March

3. Team Antony

3.1. "Friends, Roman Countrymen, lend me your ears; I come to bury Caesar not to praise him, the evil that men do lives after them the good is oft and often interred with their bones so let it be with Caesar."