Caesar defeats Pompey and is given a celebration in Rome. Marullus and his friend, who both praised Pompey, saw a few other other followers celebrating Caesar's victory. They told them to go home, for they were celebrating a murderer. "And do you now strew flowers in his way that comes in triumph over Pompey's blood."
Act IV: Scene I
Calpurnia, Caesar's wife, goes to Caesar crying that he died in her dream and that it was a bad omen. Caesar didn't care and said that she was crazy. After convincing him, Caesar decided to stay home, until someone said it was OK and that he could leave. "Which like a fountain with an hundred spouts, did run pure blood, and the lusty Romans came smiling and bathe their hands in it."
Act V: Scene V
Caesar leaves his home and is on his way to the capital. He his met by his councilors and his friend, Brutus. While conversing among each other, one of the men gives a signal and they all begin to stab Caesar, killing him. "Et tu Brute? Then fall, Caesar."
After speaking at Caesar's funeral, Antony and Octavius are planning on a list of who to kill. While discussing, they asked for the consent of Lepidus to kill his cousin. Antony is told that Brutus and Cassius are forming an army. "These many then shall die; their names are pricked."
Brutus' and Antony's army march to Philipi and battle. While battling, Cassius and Brutus' men die. Brutus, retreating, kills himself and says that he killed Caesar for Rome. "Farewell, good Strato-Caesar, now be still; I killed thee with not as good as will.
Caesar was betrayed by his own men, since they thought he was a tyrant. After his death, some people rejoiced and were happy. Even Brutus, Caesar's friend, stabbed him in the back. "Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead! Run hence, proclaim, cry it about the streets.