Aide and closest confidante to one of the three triumvirs, this character suggests an important political marriage.
This character is a pretentious aide to the Queen of Egypt and is eventually hanged.
This character is the chief protagonist of the story.
This character sings a drinking song aboard a ship near Rome.
This character plays opposite to the story's chief protagonist, and emerges triumphant in the end.
This character is a chief military officer of one of the armies, defecting after the battle of Actium.
This title applies to several characters, such as the instance of one character who tells one of the Roman triumvirs that they have fair weather for the contest.
This character is the principal servant and attendant of the principle female character in the play.
This character is...
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