Flavius and Murellus, enter a Roman street, along with various commoners. Flavius and Murellus derisively order the commoners to return home and get back to work
The Cobbler wants to watch Caesar Walk through the city with captives from the battle with Pompey.
Marvelous doesn’t like Caesar’s victory because it doesn’t benefit Rome.
Pompey used to be allies with Rome.
Fabulous and Marvelous are trying to regulate caesar’s growing power.
Fabulous and marvelous take down the decorations of caesar’s statues and are later punished for it.
The cobbler is a typical shakes character with puns and interesting language.
Fabulous thinks the cobbler is only good for work and marvelous thinks that the cobbler is stupid.
The concern of rise of Casear’s power reflects when Elizabeth would rule and the government would change because of her rising power and the peoples’ growing concern.
The concern over the heir of Elizabeth also is reflected in the play because she had no heir and people thought that the country would go into chaos. So after Julius dies there is a battle of power between high ranked officials over who will rule Rome.
Roman superstition states that if you touch a ceremonial runner then you will be cured of bareness.
The ides refer to the fifteenth day of March, May, July, and October.
Soothsayer bewares Julius of the ides of March.
Cassius is at war with himself in the mind.
Cassius offers to be Brutus’s human mirror so Brutus can discover himself in new ways.
Cassius and Brutus think that Julius shouldn’t be king because they don’t think that he is above them.
Brutus believes that there should be no person who rules above all else because Julius sounds just as pleasing as Brutus.
Julius senses something uneasy about c.
The falling sickness: Epilepsy
Fabulous and marvelous were denounced of their civil positions because they defaced one of Caesar’s statues.
Cassius is making fake notes of Roman people