Act 1, Scene 1
• Flavius and Marullus, two tribunes, stop some commoners in the street. They want to know why the people are not at work today.
• A cobbler tells them that the people have made today a holiday for themselves and are going see Caesar, who is returning to Rome victorious over Pompey.
• Marullus calls the people disloyal and tells them to go home and beg for forgiveness from the gods for their ingratitude.
• Flavius suggests they make their way to the Capitol separately and break up any other groups of people on their way to praise Caesar.
Act 1, Scene 2
• Caesar tells Marc Antony to remember to strike Calpurnia with the thong of goatskin as he makes his way through the street. Such an action was believed to cure barrenness.
• A soothsayer calls out to Caesar who tells him to "beware the ides of March" (March 15). Caesar...
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