“O Caesar, read mine first, for mine’s a suit that touches Caesar nearer.”
"Speak, hands, for me."
”Et Tu Brute? — Then fall Caesar?”
"Liberty, Freedom, and enfranchisement!"
"Liberty. Freedom. Tyranny is dead."
Pardon for speaking politely to those butchers. You were a noble man. "A curse shall light upon the limbs of men."
Why is this Important? This part is Caesar's final warning, in which he rejects, that there was a conspiracy set to kill him on this date, the Ides of March.
Caesar was too ambitious, and that lead to his downfall. "Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more... rather Caesar to be living and die all slaves, than that Caesar were dead, to live all free men."
Caesar's final moments where the conspirators bask in his death, while Caesar is left betrayed by Brutus.
Brutus is an honorable man and claimed my friend, Caesar, to be ambitious yet has contributed many times to Rome. He was faithful, wept for the poor, declined the crown. What made him ambitious? Why hath judgement left the men of Rome.
Antony sees Caesar has died and marks the conspirators with a "curse" that would kill them. This revealed his true intentions and explains his friendly act towards the conspirators.
"It is no matter, his name is Cinna"
Brutus convinced the public Caesar had to have been killed in the name of protecting Rome. He clears up that there were no personal vendettas that persuaded him to kill Caesar and the crowd is easily sway to Brutus' side.
Live, Brutus, Live!
"Let him be Caesar"
The public of Rome is easily swayed/persuaded and side with Antony as he cries to the public that Caesar's death had been bloody and full of rage. The people of Rome call for mutiny.
Away with the conspirators!
The people of Rome take on the mutiny to those related to the conspirators in any fashion. They brutally beat up an innocent man who simply had the same name as one of the conspirators.