Titus Andronicus is a play by William Shakespeare about the Roman general Titus. Titus is betrayed by Saturninus, the new ruler of Rome, when he marries his enemy Tamora, Queen of the Goths. Many ploys and schemes are enacted against the Andronicus family, and Titus begins to plot his revenge. He invokes it on those who conspired against him only to be killed by Saturninus. However, Lucius, the son of Titus, kills Saturninus and takes over as the new emperor of Rome.