Plutarch's Lives, Volume 2 Character Descriptions

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Alexander - This person succeeded his father, Philip of Macedon, as king when he was 20 years old. He was taught by Aristotle and proved himself to be an able military commander. He is responsible for spreading Greek culture and ideas.

Caesar - This is the title for the Roman Emperor.

Marcus Brutus - This individual was a wealthy Roman senator who at first sided with a powerful general against the Roman Emperor in the civil war, but was then welcomed back by the emperor after the general's defeat. He was involved in the plot to assassinate the Roman Emperor, after which he fled Rome, raised a military force, got defeated and committed suicide.

Cicero - This person was a Roman consul, excellent orator, and exposed the Cataline conspiracy to overthrow the city. He sided with the powerful general in the civil war with the Roman Emperor, but...

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