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Julius Caesar
[pron: 'seezer] Roman politician and general, 1st-c BC
1H6 I.i.56[Bedford to all, as if to Henry V] A far more glorious star thy soul will make / Than Julius Caesar
2H6 IV.i.139[Suffolk to Lieutenant] Brutus' bastard hand / Stabbed Julius Caesar
AC II.vi.12[Pompey to all] Julius Caesar, / Who at Philippi the good Brutus ghosted
AC III.ii.54[Agrippa to Enobarbus] When Antony found Julius Caesar dead, / He cried almost to roaring
AW III.vi.47[Second Lord to all] a disaster of war that Caesar himself could not have prevented
Cym II.iv.21[Posthumus to Philario] Our countrymen / Are men more ordered than when Julius Caesar / Smiled at their lack of skill
Cym III.i.2[Lucius to Cymbeline] When Julius Caesar ... was in this Britain
Ham III.ii.112[Polonius to Hamlet] I did enact Julius Caesar. I was killed i'th' Capitol
Ham V.i.209[Hamlet to Horatio] Imperious Caesar, dead and turned to clay
Mac III.i.56[Macbeth alone] My genius is rebuked as, it is said, / Mark Antony's was by Caesar
R2 V.i.2[Queen Isabel to attendants] This is the way / To Julius Caesar's ill-erected Tower
R3 III.i.69[Prince Edward to Buckingham, of the Tower] Did Julius Caesar build that place, my lord?
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