What is the famous code by he whom brutus slew?
Asked in William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar
What character is the senator that Brutus refuses to ask to join the conspiracy?
Asked in Julius Caesar
Whom do Cassius Casca and Cinna want to help them with their plot?
Asked in Plays
Whom do Cassius and casca want to win over to their plan?
Why did people think of brutus as a traitor?
The common people thought Brutus as a traitor because as told by Antony, Brutus was the dear heart of Caesar whom he loved unconditionally, he was the best friend considered by Caesar, yet he stabbed Caesar and at that moment Caesar's blood rushed out to check whether Brutus, his beloved friend, had knocked so ungently. This picture presented by Antony moulded the people's feelings against Brutus and they considered him as a traitor.
Asked in The Bible, Jesus Christ
What verses state that jesus was nailed to the tree?
Asked in Roman Empire, History, Julius Caesar
What are the names of people that stabbed Julius Caesar?
In the Julius Caesar play what is the relationship between Brutus and Caesar?
In the play, Brutus was one of Caesar's top men, but he ultimately turned against Caesar and joined the conspiracy to murder Caesar. In the play, the murder was carried out on the Ides (15th) of March. In actual History Marcus Brutus was Caesar's boyhood buddy. They grew up together on the Caesar estate and were taught swordsmanship by Renius, a master legionnaire. Brutus remained loyal to Caesar throughout the first 2/3rds of Caesar's life conquering the northern lands. Despite many years of fierce loyalty, Caesar bestowed the ultimate honor to Marc Anthony whom Caesar had known for a relatively short time, driving Brutus to turn on Caesar, and to join Caesar's political enemies at the height of his candidacy. Brutus' mother, Servilia, was also Caesar's longest and deepest love, with whom Caesar had an extremely well-known affair. It is possible that Caesar was Brutus' father, but that continues to be debated by historians.
Asked in Relationships
What is Marcus Brutus's relationship to Caesar?
What is the source of the conflict between Cassius and Brutus in Act IV scene iii of the tragedy of Julius Caesar?
The cause of conflict is that Cassius thinks that Brutus has wronged him by rebuking Lucius Pella, the fellow for whom Cassius had recommended through his letter and Brutus is miffed with Cassius because he was conveyed that Cassius had denied giving him money to pay his legions. They both seem to misconstrue the facts and end up lashing at each other.