They plan to blame the grooms in Duncan's chamber, and indirectly suggest that the grooms were bribed by Duncan's Sons, Malcolm and Donalbain, to kill their father.
This is a silly question. Of course Macbeth and his wife, who conspired to murder him, are to blame.
the guards who were outside of Duncans room.
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth planned to blame King Duncan's soldiers for his death. However, after the murder Duncan's two sons left Scotland therefore making the people believe that they had murdered their father.
Duncan's grooms, the personal servants that slept in the same chambers with him. A+ The Grooms
Lady Macbeth planned to blame the murder on the grooms of Duncan's chamber. This frame-up was successful, at least at first.
Lady Macbeth smears the grooms or personal servants of Duncan with his blood and Macbeth uses their daggers to commit the murder. Macbeth then pretends to be overwhelmed with this evidence of their guilt and kills them on the spot.
king Macbeth because he was very weak to say no to his wife....weakness is faith
Mr. and Mrs. Macbeth. He did the stabbing, she did the plotting.
In Macbeth King Duncan was stabbed to death while he was sleeping by Macbeth.
Well, it is Lady Macbeth's plan really, although Macbeth was tempted by a similar idea. The idea was to kill the king and put the blame on his servants. Macbeth is Duncan's cousin, and so might succeed to the throne.
Apex- Lady Macbeth will make sure the Garda are drugged, allowing Macbeth to sneak in and stab the king to death.
The historical king Macbeth became king in 1040 after the death of King Duncan in August of that year. Duncan was killed while leading a sneak attack against Macbeth at Moray. It is not recorded how soon thereafter Macbeth was crowned.
Macbeth is fully responsible for the death of Duncan even though Lady Macbeth and the Weird Sisters influenced his decision.
Yes. Macbeth killed King Duncan, Macbeth faces his death penalty.
It is mostly lady Macbeth, because she manipulates Macbeth into performing 'deeds' that he doesnt want to do, and she also says if he doesnt kill king duncan he isn't a man
Macbeth [c. 1014-August 15, 1057] and his Lady [b. c. 1015] planned to blame the two royal guards for the untimely death of King Duncan I [d. August 14, 1040] of Scotland. Lady Macbeth was supposed to serve the guards drugged drinks, to keep them from protecting their sovereign. Macbeth was supposed to kill the sleeping, unarmed King and then the passed out, defenseless guards. The bloodied murder weapons were supposed to be left at the crime scene with the bloodied corpses. The crime scene was supposed to tell a tale of a king killed by his drunken guards and avenged by his outraged host. And that was what happened and how the royal guest chamber was made to look, in Act 2 Scene 2 of the Shakespearean play.
The Thane of Cawdor was sentenced to death by King Duncan for being a traitor.
Macbeth or Mac Bethad mac Findlaích was king of Scotland for 17 years from 1040 to his death in 1057.
It shows the death of Macbeth, the fulfillment of all of the witches' prophecies, and Malcom becoming King.
Macbeth and Macduff fight to the death, and Macduff comes out victorious. Malcolm becomes King of Scotland.
At the start of MacBeth, MacBeth is fighting Norway when he became the Thane of Cawdor after the present thane's death. However, once MacBeth becomes the king of Scotland himself, MacDuff leads an army in civil war against him eventually resulting in his death. Scotland was in constant turmoil and revolt against MacBeth until he was removed from power when Malcolm was named the new king.
Woo-hoo! I get to be king now!
i think that lady Macbeth is to blame. when she found out she reacted quickly. in a way i think she cared more about how famous she would become rather than having to think about Macbeth. she encouraged and influenced Macbeth to stray along the wrong path. Lady Macbeth could have stopped him right at the beginning and it was her idea as well to kill king Duncan.
she gets the guards drunk so that they pass out allowing Macbeth to kill duncan.
Yes. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth were King and Queen of Scotland. They did kill their predecessor, Duncan, who was a bad king, and reigned for 17 years, very successfully, until Macbeth was killed. Lady Macbeth's son, Lulach, took the throne after Macbeth's death.