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"For Brutus is an honourable man . . ." (III.II.64) Antony indirectly attacks Brutus' credibility as well as the other conspirators' though sarcasm.
"But yesterday the word of Caesar might have stood against the world . . ." (III.II.65) Antony is trying to humanize Caesar and put him back on the pedestal that Rome once had him on.
"I thrice presented him with a kingly crown which he did thrice refuse: was this ambition?" (III.II.64) Antony brings to light some of Caesar's acts that contradicted what Brutus claims.
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