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What does this scene reveal about the atmosphere and the political situation in Rome?

ACT 1 SCENE 1: What does this scene reveal about the atmosphere and the political situation in Rome? The scene reveals that Caesar holds most of the power in Rome and how the tribunes want to get rid of his power so Caesar won’t be seen as a hero.

What was the nature of the relationship between Egypt and Rome before Caesar’s arrival?

What was the nature of the relationship between Egypt and Rome before Caesar’s arrival? Ptolemy’s father had actually acquired a lot of debt from Rome. When Pompey sought refuge in Egypt, Ptolemy killed him and offered his head to Caesar. However, Caesar found the murder unseemly and demanded repayment.

What was in Julius Caesar’s will?

In his will, Julius Caesar gave 75 drachmas (about $6000 in today’s situation) to every man in Rome. He had also left all his walkways to the Roman people—in his private gardens and newly planted orchards—on the side of the Tiber River. This helped Antony in convincing the crowd about Caesar’s innocence and greatness.

How were Julius Caesar and Augustus different?

Their differences were more important. Caesar was a great (according to his writings) general but had little patience for administration and had a bit of an ego. Augustus surrounded himself with able men. Caesar set himself up as dictator of Rome and flaunted his power.

Does Antony read Caesar’s will?

Antony calls to them to let him finish: he has not yet read the will. He now reads that Caesar has bequeathed a sum of money from his personal holdings to every man in Rome. The citizens are struck by this act of generosity and swear to avenge this selfless man’s death.

WHO said even you Brutus?

Julius Caesar

What is the meaning of broadest?

See definition of broadest on Dictionary.com. adj.wide physically. adj.extensive. adj.full, obvious. adj.liberal-minded.

What is the difference between emperor and Caesar?

“Emperor” is an English word based on the Latin word IMPERIUM which the consuls had in the republic and which the emperors had during the empire. The titles Caesar and Augustus are both Latin words. Caesar is an emperor. Augustus is an emperor.