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  • Act I-Sc
  •  Act II-Sc
  • Act III-Sc
  • "It is no matter; let no images Be hung with Caesar's trophies" (I:1: In 69-70) In this scene marullus and flavius are mad about the people celebrating Pompey's defeat.  Marullus and flavius order everyone to take down all the decorations, because they don't want Caesar to feel rewarded when he arrives in Rome. they do this because they were strong supporters of Pompey, and don't like caesar.
  • Act IV-Sc
  • "O conspiracy, Sham'st thou to show thy dang'rous brow by night, when evils are most free?" (II:1: In 78-80) In this scene all of the conspirators are plotting against Caesar. Trying to come up with a way to assassinate him so that he doesn't take all of thee power. After the conspirators leave Brutus's wife Portia come in and asks what Brutus has planned, but Brutus can't tell her.
  • Act V-Sc
  • "Hail, Caesar! Read this schedule''(III:1:3) In this scene the people of Rome gather around Caesar at the capital. then Artemidorus tries to hand Caesar a paper stating all the conspirators names and what they plan to do to Caesar, but Caesar turned it down ultimately killing him. After this event everyone fled in shock including Antony, but he came back to be friends with the conspirators so they wouldn't kill him.
  • Theme
  • "These many shall die; their names are pricked."(IV:1:1) In this scene Antony and Octavius are killing people next in line for power. So that they will have all of the power for themselves. they are even killing there own family members. To them it has to be done because they don't want to share power. 
  • "Prepare you, generals, the enemy come on in gallant show" (V:1:13-14) In this scene Brutus and Octavius are about to fight on the mountain. All because the conspirators killed Caesar. Now Antony has to avenge his fallen brethren. In the end Caesar gets his revenge on Brutus.
  • The theme of of this tragedy is Caesar tried to take all of the power in the world. In the end Caesar payed for being to ambitious.  You can't be to ambitious or bad things could happen just like what happened to Caesar. 
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