"Hence! home, you idle creatures, get you home!Is this a holiday?....Speak, what trade art thou?"
"Caesar refused the crown that it had almost choked"
" I cannot take the crown yet Casca"
"It must be by his death; ....Spurn at him"
Pompey used to be the leader of Rome but Caesar and him had a disagreement and had a battle where Pompey was defeated. There was a celebration for Caesar in town to celebrate him winning against Pompey. Murellus and Flavius didn't like how the commoners changed how they felt about their leader so fast. Their loyalty seems to not be there for Pompey even though he was their leader before Caesar. This celebration is what caused the conspiracy to be made.
"Here will I stand till Caesar pass along"
Caesar is powerful so the people can't imagine him being crowned king. He was offered the crown three times already but refused them every time but in a kind matter. He didn't want people to think he wanted the crown even though he did. He wanted to seem humble to his people. But after the third time, Caesar had a seizure which was a sign of weakness for a leader, so the people in a way were happy he refused the crown.
"If thou read this, O Caesar, thou mayst live; If not, the Fates with traitors do contrive".
"I must go I do not have time, I will look bad if I don't go"
Cassius told Brutus about the conspiracy and tried persuading him to join them because they needed him to make their plan work. Brutus sat and thought long and hard about what he should do in the garden. Brutus finally came to the conclusion that Caesar must die. He thinks that once Caesar accepts that crown it is going to change his nature and also his character which is going to end up in the people of Rome becoming his slaves. All Brutus wants is the best for the people of Rome so he thinks he needs to do what he needs to do.
"Antony Here is the will, and under Caesar's seal: To every Roman citizen he gives, To every several man, seventy-five drachmas. second plebian Most noble Caesar! We'll revenge his death. third plebian O royal Caesar!"
Artemidorius is known as the fortune teller in Rome and he knows when things are going to happen. He wrote a letter to Caesar not saying he is going to be killed exactly but that he should stay away from the conspirators. He needs to get the note to him fast so he plans on giving it to Caesar when he passes him at the Capitol. He can't just tell him because the conspirators will come after him. All he wants to do is save Caesar's life.
Artemidorius is trying to save Caesar's life so he insists on him reading his letter first. But Caesar just pushes it aside and reads everything else. He says if it only pertains to him than he will read it on his own time; it doesn't affect Rome which is ironic because it does end up affecting them. Before he could change his mind he was walking down the to the Capitol with Cassius. When he arrived at the Capitol he was stabbed to death by the conspirators.
After Caesar was killed, Antony insisted that he would be able to talk at his funeral. Cassius doesn't want him to because he is afraid he will say something bad about the conspirators, but Brutus allows him to with some restrictions. Antony talks about the conspirators and he mentions the will but says he can't read it but the Romans insist that he read it. It proves that Caesar truly cared for the people because he left them money and land. The conspirators were wrong for killing Caesar and now they want revenge.