"Romeo he cries aloud, 'Hold, friends! Friends, part!'"
The Prince banished Romeo because he has killed Juliet's cousin and they don't want to sentence him to death. So they sent him to exile, out of Verona away from his family and friends.
Escalus is the prince of Verona in Romeo and Juliet.
The Prince gives Romeo the punishment of Banishment.
The Prince banishes Romeo from Verona and he says if Romeo is found within the walls he will be executed
Romeo romeo where out thou romeo
Tybalt is the "prince of cats" in "Romeo & Juliet.
There is only one Prince in Romeo and Juliet, the Prince of Verona, whose name is Escalus.
The prince announces that Romeo will be killed, if he doesn't leave Verona.
No, Romeo is just the son and heir of Montague, a prosperous nobleman. The Prince in Romeo and Juliet, who is called Escalus, is the ruler of the city.
The ruler of Verona in Romeo and Juliet is prince Esculas The ruler of Verona in Romeo and Juliet is prince Esculas
The prince insists on banishing Romeo because the Prince is trying to get around Verona's law saying that murderers are to be killed, but Romeo is given the "gift" of keeping his life.
In Romeo and Juliet, the prince banishes Romeo from Verona to the neighboring land of Mantua. The prince banishes Romeo because he kills Tybalt (Juliet's cousin) out of his rage for Tybalt killing his friend Mercutio in a brawl. Romeo is not sentenced to death by the prince, because he killed Tybalt only to avenge his friend's death. Also, the prince only exiles Romeo, so that there is a fair sentence that can appease both the Capulets and Montagues.
His name is Prince Escualas
Mercutio and Romeo were friends; that's what friends do.
Mercutio and Benvolio are Romeo's friends.
Mercutio is related to the prince so that is why he had romeo exiled instead of killed
She dies shortly after Romeo is banned by the Prince.
Romeo is banished from the city of Verona.
Mercutio is not a prince although he is related to the Prince, Escalus. He is Romeo's friend and serves as comic relief and a foil to Romeo before getting himself killed which starts a sequence of events resulting in Romeo getting banished and seperated from Juliet.