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Julius caesar

            Julius Caesar was murdered on March 14th due to loss of blood and multiple stab wounds in the Senate House by his supposedly colleges and companions despite foretold warnings.
             Caesar, who died at the age of 56, was criticized by many by holding to much power in his hands. A man who held the power of the Roman Empire was a victim of a tragic murder.
             Despite his wife's nightmare, Caesar left his house, which overlooks Rome, due to the persuasion of Mark Anthony telling him he will receive a crown at the Senate House if he shall appear to the public. .
             As Caesar proceeds through the streets toward the Senate with a troop of "murders", the Soothsayer, a fortune teller, again warns him of disaster and to "beware of the eyes of March." Caesar again fails to acknowledge any type of warning and continues. .
             On top of the Senate House's stairs the citizen, Artemidorus, stands alone and hands him a letter warning him about the names conspirators, but Caesar stubbornly refuses to acknowledge disaster ahead. He insists his closest personal concerns are his last priority. The script read off the names of Caesar assassins and gave warning of disaster " the Fates with traitors do contrive.".
             At the Senate, the conspirators speak to Caesar, bowing at his feet and encircling him they each ask for a favor. Caesar standing tall wears a white toga with stripes of power on his arm and a robe draped along his back listened to each speak. Before ever granted one any request one of the conspirators blew the first strike and marks Caesar first wound during Caesar's words, "speak hands for me.".
             One by one they followed, till the death of Caesar.

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