One of the reasons Caesar died is because he kept ignoring all of the bad omens and signs. Early on in the book, he was warned by a fortune teller but was quick to make fun of him and walk away. However, The ides of march was the time where Caesar was killed by the conspirators. Also, the dreams calpurnia had, the bad weather conditions, and constant soothsayer warnings were all obvious signs that Caesar shouldnt go to the senate.
Beware the ides of March
A soothsayer bids you beware the ides of March
He is a dreamer. Let us leave him. Pass.
Cassius explains to Brutus that Caesar is not fit to be a king because he is weak. Other than his epilepsies, Caesar is seen as weak by Cassius because he almost drowned in the past and Cassius saved him. Therefore, because he is considered a god now, Cassius believes Caesar should not be the leader of Rome. This is one of the many reasons why Cassius plots to kill him.
Help me, Cassius, or I sink
She dreamt tonight she saw my statue, which like a fountain with an hundred spouts did run pure blood.
Calpurnia begs Caesar not to go to the senatedue to her bad dreams and omens. However, Decius Brutus changes the dream and makes it seem like Caesar will be okay. Since women were treated differently than men back in Rome, Caesar was ashamed to take his wife's advice, Therefore, he went to the Senate with Decius, and chose his fate.
This dream is all amiss interpreted; It was a vision fair and fortunate: Your statue spouting blood in many pipes In which so many smiling romans bathed
Portia is dying to know what is keeping Brutus awake at night and blocking him from eating. She knows he is not feeling well and something is bothering him. She then stabs herself in the thigh to prove her loyalty to Brutus so that she gets the truth. However, Lucius comes in and she is left with nothing, even after telling Brutus she is Cato's daughter and that she is not like any other women
I have made strong proof of my constancy, Giving myself a voluntary wound
And by and by the bosom shall partake
Caesar is stabbed numerous times by the conspirators who used to be his close friends. In his final breaths, he sees Brutus and is shocked that he got betrayed. However, Brutus had his reasons, and so did all of the conspirators. Also, this was all because of Caesars ignorance towards his wife, Calpurnia. She warned him not to go to the Senate but he insisted.
Et tu, Brute? Then fall Caesar!
Antony sees his friend dead on the ground and asks the conspirators if he can speak at Caesar's funeral and is permitted. Cassius however, refuses but Brutus is in charge. Antony plots to get revenge on the conspirators because of what they did. He plans to get on the plebians side and attack the conspirators using Octavius's side