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Et tu, Brute?
O mighty Caesar! Dost thou lie so low?
Caesar is killed by the traitors at the Ides of March.
Antony is shocked to see Caesar as dead as a unwatered fern by the hands of the senators and weeps over his dead body.
I am not Cinna the conspirator.
Antony and Brutus give their respective speeches to the people of Rome in an attempt to win them over to his side.
The Plebians side with Antony and start an uproar against the traitor senators.
Out of rage, Cinna the poet is killing mistakingly by the citizens believing it was Cinna the conspirator.
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