The Tragedy of Julius Caesar (unsourced edition)

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The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, unsourced edition  (1599) 
by William Shakespeare
This edition is probably set from a prompt-book, or a transcript of a prompt-book.

DRAMATIS PERSONAE (Persons Represented):

JULIUS CAESAR
OCTAVIUS CAESAR, Triumvir after his death.
MARCUS ANTONIUS, Triumvir after his death.
M. AEMIL. LEPIDUS Triumvir after his death.
CICERO, PUBLIUS, POPILIUS LENA, Senators.
MARCUS BRUTUS, Conspirator against Caesar.
CASSIUS, Conspirator against Caesar.
CASCA, Conspirator against Caesar.
TREBONIUS, Conspirator against Caesar.
LIGARIUS, Conspirator against Caesar.
DECIUS BRUTUS, Conspirator against Caesar.
METELLUS CIMBER, Conspirator against Caesar.
CINNA, Conspirator against Caesar.
FLAVIUS, tribune
MARULLUS, tribune
ARTEMIDORUS, a Sophist of Cnidos.
A Soothsayer
CINNA, a poet. Another Poet.
LUCILIUS, TITINIUS, MESSALA, young CATO, and VOLUMNIUS, Friends to Brutus and Cassius.

VARRO, CLITUS, CLAUDIUS, STRATO, LUCIUS, DARDANIUS, Servants to

Brutus
PINDARUS, Servant to Cassius
The Ghost of Caesar
Senators, Citizens, Soldiers, Commoners, Messengers, and
Servants

CALPURNIA, wife to Caesar

PORTIA, wife to Brutus

SCENE: Rome, the conspirators' camp near Sardis, and the plains

of Philippi.
This work published before January 1, 1923 is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.
 


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