Another Poet - This character is ridiculed for his crude verses and philosophy.
Antony (Mark Antony, also Marcus Antonius) - This character is a professional soldier and public official and has the third largest speaking role in the play.
Army - This group of people is made to protect Rome.
Artemidorus of Cnidos - This character is a teacher of rhetoric and writes a blunt letter of warning, naming the men who have plotted against the Roman leader.
Attendants - These characters are unnamed servants and messengers.
Brutus (Decius Brutus) - This is the conspirator who lures the Roman leader to the scene of his death after re-interpreting a dream.
Brutus (Marcus Brutus) - This character decides to take his own life rather than be captured and led into Rome as a prisoner and is called "the noblest Roman of them all" at his funeral.
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