Where did Claudius pour the poison?
in the kings ear
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A substance that, when introduced into or absorbed by a living organism, causes death or injury, esp. one that kills by rapid action even in a small quantity. (Can come in Pills, Liquid, gas)
Poison is ingested by the victim through eating the poisonous animal n most cases. Of course, don't touch something poisonous and then your mouth. Venom is injected into the victim by fangs, stingers, spines, etc.
Claudius Ptolemy was famous as an ancient scholar. He was a Roman of Greek origin, living and working in Alexandria. He was a mathematician, astronomer and geographer. He is best known for his Algemest, a writing on astronomy and for his geography.
There is some dispute as to how Claudius died. There are two possible explanations for his death. The most likely was that his third wife, Agrippina, had poisioned him, so that, her son Nero, that Claudius adopted would take over Rome and she could rule Rome through him. The second explanation is th…at he died of old age. These two explanations have not been confirmed though.. -D ( Full Answer )
It depends on what poison it is. Some snake poisons paralyze victims, but only small ones. Spider poison swells and jellyfish poison kills. Most of the poisonous animals in the world come from the sea. It is very toxic and the fastest is that it can kill you within minutes.
Claudius is a fictional king in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet." Hewas the brother and uncle of King Hamlet and Hamlet.
Claudius began a great expansion of the Roman Empire. He alsoexpanded many of the public works of the Empire.
A poison: is any chemical or substance that enters the body that has the ability to cause harm either internally or externally (or both). Eg. overdose of drugs/medications. ANS2: "Poison" is defined by the Department of Transportation (DOT) as anything with an LD 50 Oral Rat less than 200 mg/Kg.… "Toxic" is defined by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as anything with an LD 50 Oral Rat less than 500 mg/Kg and "acutely toxic" substances have an LD 50 Oral Rat less than 50 mg/Kg. ( Full Answer )
Claudius is famous for conquering and colonizing Britain. He was also famous because he was a little handicapped, so no one really thought highly of him. Nevertheless, he proved to be a great and intelligent emperor.
Claudius was emperor of the Roman Empire around 40AD. He expanded the empire to include Britain where Hadrian was a great general who tamed the frontier and built Hadrians wall in Northern England to help keep out the "savages".
You should go to the hospital immediatly. Also , you should eat bread. The best solution is to go to the hspital so that you can get checked.
Claudius personality was very bad and also he was a corrupt and a multi faces human.
to spy on Hamlet and send Hamlet to England, also ordered them to give the notes to the king of England and ask the king of England to kill Hamlet immediately
Hamlet's Uncle and Step Father. They didn't like each other. Claudius (Caesar) was born disfigured. He married many times but his last marriage was to his niece. She had a son named Nero, and wanted her son to become emperor, so she poisoned Claudius with poison mushrooms. To her surprise they di…dn't work and she hired a doctr to kill him with a gag feather. ( Full Answer )
No. The oil should drain off of the water. Water and oil don't mix, so there would be no contamination. If there is something else mixed with the oil, though, it can possibly mix with the water.
Make themNicotine is the easiest I can think of. Just soak tobacco in water overnight, filter, and dry. you should have a black, sticky syrup. 5-10 drops is more than enough to kill an adult human.
Claudius undertook the first major expansion of the Roman Empire after Augustus. He annexed the provinces of Thrace (in north-eastern greed and eastern Bulgaria) Pamhylia and Lycia (both in Turkey) and Judea. He completed the annexation of Mauretania (northern Morocco) by defeating rebel forces. He …sent the general Aulus Plautis with four legions to Britannia in response to an appeal for help by an ousted allied king. This was the beginning of the conquest of southern England. Claudius joined the invasion bringing reinforcements and elephants. Claudius also funded many Roman colonies (settlements) in the new provinces and on the borders of the empire to secure Roman positions in these areas. Claudius extended the summer and winter terms of court sessions by shortening breaks. He also legislated for the plaintiffs to remain in the city while their cases were pending as well as the defendants who were already required to do so. He rose the minimum age for jurors to 25 years. He issued laws in which slaves who were abandoned because they were sick were to receive treatment and if they recovered they were free. Previously slave owners reclaimed the slaves they abandoned if they recovered and the slaves received no treatment. Masters who killed slaves instead of treating them were made liable to be charged with murder. Claudius undertook many public works around the empire. he completed the construction of the aqueduct of the Aqua Claudia, restored the Aqua Virgo and built the Aqua Nova. He built roads and canals, including the road from Italy to Germany and a canal from the river Rhine to the North Sea. He built a new port for Rome on the coast at Ostia and a canal on the Tiber leading to the north of the port. This project also reduced flooding in Rome. Building a new port was intended to provide storage for grain to resolve grain shortages which occurred in winter, after the end of the shipping season. He also granted merchants who took the risk to travel to Egypt in the winter to fetch grain special privileges. Claudius also repealed a tax on food introduced by Caligula and reduced taxation on areas affected by drought and famine. and they received no treatment. ( Full Answer )
Claudius did many things including expanding Rome and have laws to protects sick slaves. He help give wealth to Rome but he died because his wife kill him just so her son could take over. Make sure to check other website to be sure and don't just wrie this until it is correct.
"With juice of cursed hebona in a vial..." the answer is directly taken from the play. Act I, Scene V, line 67
To the Romans he was deformed as he dragged his foot when walking and his head sometimes wagged. Modern thinking is that he had cerebral palsy, which is a condition where the person is not actually deformed, but does not have the proper use or control over certain body parts.
Emperor Claudius was not imprisoned. You must have got confused with Tiberius Claudius Narcissus. He was a freedman who was in the inner circle of the court of emperor Claudius. He was imprisoned and executed by Agrippina (the emperor's last wife) soon after the emperor's death. Ancient writer Tacit…us said that Agrippina had him executed because he supported Britannicus (the son the emperor had with a previous wife) for the imperial succession against Nero (Agrippina's son) and plotted to bring Agrippina down and, though her her downfall, Nero. ( Full Answer )
The story is that Claudius liked to eat mushrooms, so Agrippina his 3rd wife, had a plate of them presented to him. After the poison taster Halotus tested the mushrooms she introduced a slow acting poison into them. Claudius retired after eating the mushrooms and during the night he became sick. Fe…aring that Claudius might recover, she had the apocathery Xenophone mix a fast acting poison which she had put on the tip of a feather. She the gave the feather to Claudius to help him induce vomitting which she claimed would expel the cause of his sickness. He used the feather to tickle the back of his throat, gave a groan and slumped over dead. Immediately after his death the Senate deified Nero who became the next Emporer of Rome. ( Full Answer )
I'm not sure, but I want to know the exact same thing for an Ancient Rome Structure Project, so just google it.
Hamlet is mad at Gertrude for happily marrying so soon and to he's Uncle of all people. And as for Claudius, to take the place of Hamlet's father was a villain of a decision. Most of the madness is shown after the Ghost appears and tells what has happened in the past. Revenge for what has happened--…-Father's brother poisoned me while sleeping in the orchard. Remember me. Act 1, scene 5. ( Full Answer )
He puts a pearl in the wine glass as the fencing match is going on between Laertes and Hamlet. Something along the lines of this is for your health and says so in front of everybody, but Hamlet does not drink it. Queen Gertrude is the one who gets thirsty and drinks during the fencing match. She die…s soon after and that really gets Hamlet angry. ( Full Answer )
The important achievement, or the achievement that Claudius is best known for, is his incorporating Britain into the Roman empire by officially making it a province.
Hamlet was causing problems for Claudius. His antics had disturbed the court and the kingdom. His killing of Polonius had deprived Claudius of his counsellor and had put him in an awkward position, since a murderer ought to be tried and put to death yet that would be politically unwise. Finally, Ham…let was on to him. Claudius had a pretty good idea that Hamlet knew that he had killed Hamlet Sr. and how it was committed. All this meant that Claudius was worrying about Hamlet instead of running the kingdom, which he had been doing quite well before all this. Claudius says, "like the hectic in my blood he rages."--it is becoming an obsession. ( Full Answer )
If you mean "O, my offence is rank", then it confirms that he did indeed murder his brother, if we didn't get it from his earlier aside "How smart a lash that speech doth give my conscience." But at the same time it makes Claudius a more human figure and less of a monster. He is a man struggling wit…h his guilt. ( Full Answer )
King Claudius is an anatgonist in Shakespeare play Hamlet .He is the brother of King of Denmark and married Gertude the Queen after the murder of the King to usurp the throne.
if u are around it or it bites u or if u touch it u can get poison and die
Claudius stands up during the performance and asks for light so that he can see well enough to leave the court performance. The death of Gonzago has been so very close the Claudius'
Yes. He reveals that explicitly in the Nunnery Scene, Scene 8 (Act 3 scene 1.) His exact quote is: "Oh, 'tis too true! How smart a lash that speech doth give my conscience."
He helped to expanded more women rights, gives civilizations (meaning people who wanted to join Rome he would except them as a Rome citizen too.), and also he made a law to protects sick slaves. He married his cousin and she trie to kill him so her son (Nero) can take over the throne. She try to kil…l Claudius using poison mushrooms but he soon recover. So she told Claudius doctor to kill him so that day Claudius died and Nero took over. ( Full Answer )
Claudius was on the whole an intelligent man, however he was never trained for public life except for a brief time during his nephew Caligula's reign. Consequently, he relied on others to help him in making decisions. He was criticized for relying on advise from his freedmen and his wives. But on th…e whole that advice must have been good because the treasury was refurbished after Caligula's wild spending and his military reforms were sound. He was a guy who would listen to others and not think he knew it all. ( Full Answer )
In terms of the play characters, Claudius is important because he's the villain, opposite Hamlet as the hero. During the play, when we think of the characters as real people, Claudius is important because he's the King.
claudius's grandmother was usually poisoning people who get in the way of herself and her own family
While we don't know what Claudius actually did as a child, we do know that he was kept out of sight and out of the public eye because of his infirmity. We assume that as a child he developed his interest in history, but this is just speculation, as Roman children were generally not written about, …especially a child like Claudius who seemed to have no future. ( Full Answer )
He didn't like it. He got up in the middle of it and went off to his room to pray about how he had killed his brother.
He didn't. Caligula was assassinated and had no choice as to who his successor was to be. Claudius was made emperor by the Praetorian Guard, simply because he was the only member of the imperial family they could find.
Claudius Templesmith is the legendary announcer in the arenas of the hunger games. Claudius is described to have a large, booming voice and a sense of superiority. During the 74th hunger games, Claudius, for the first time, spoke in a panicked voice, as Katniss and Peeta faced the capitol with suic…ide. Claudius usually announces invitations to feasts, and always ends his sentences with "and may the odds be ever in your favour!" (the Hunger Games slogan). ( Full Answer )
Well acording to the play Hamlet by. William Shakespeare you can, but i am not entirely sure.
Actually Claudius was one of the better emperors. The criticism of his reign came from the elite who didn't like the fact that he took advise from freedmen. He made a big mistake by adopting his wife's son as his heir and when he began to relent, it cost him his life.
If you mean Claudius from Hamlet, then no. The protagonist is the character that the play/story/film/book/tv programme or whatever centres around. They're the main character, or 'hero.' Therefore Hamlet was the protagonist. Claudius was the antagonist, the character who opposes the protagonist, or a… 'villain.' ( Full Answer )
If this is Claudius in Hamlet, its because he killed hamlets father to take the thrown.
Claudius made laws to protect sick slaves; hehelped give wealth to Rome, expanded women's rights, built twoaqueducts and he also changed the way that Rome should begoverned.
Claudius is the antagonist. He is the brother and murderer of the late King Hamlet, who marries his brother's widow. He is the man which Hamlet must kill to avenge his father.
Claudius was born on August 1, 10 BC and died on October 13, 54. Claudius would have been 64 years old at the time of death or 2024 years old today.
You go to the emergency room at once and tell the doctor what poison you ingested.
Hamlet says that he cannot kill Claudius whilst he is praying because he is scared that God might hear him or see him committing this is crime and he couldn't possibly live with himself if god knew what he had done, Not to mention is is disrespectful to interrupt someone who is praying.
He does various things. He forbids him from returning to University. He names him heir apparent to the throne. He sends him to England on a diplomatic mission. He plots Hamlet's death three times, but only the second one gets him.