Julius Caesar Final Project

By: Tyler and Leah

Marc Antony

Antony Quotes

Quote #1 (Act 3 Scene 2)

Antony does nothing but praise Caesar, eventually leading the crowd to mutiny.

Friends, Romans, Countrymen, Lend me your ears; I come to bury Caesar not to praise him.

Quote #2 (Act 3 Scene 2)

Antony refers to Brutus' stab wound and further turns the crowd against Brutus.

This was the most unkindest cut of all.

Quote #3 (Act 3 Scene 2)

Antony speaks this line at his funeral in Act 3 Scene 2. He has asked Brutus's permission to make the speech, and Brutus foolishly allows him the privilege.


He was my friend, faithful and just to me.
But Brutus says he was ambitious,
And Brutus is an honourable man.
. . .
When that the poor have cried, Caesar hath wept.
. . .
Yet Brutus says he was ambitious,
And Brutus is an honourable man.
. . .
I thrice presented him a kingly crown,
Which he did thrice refuse. Was this ambition?
Yet Brutus says he was ambitious,
And sure he is an honourable man.

Descriptive Words (Antony)

  • Loyal: Antony is very loyal to Julius Caesar while he was alive
  • Resourceful: He gets in a dangerous situation when caesar is murdered but yet he still turns people against the conspirators and then defeat Cassius and Brutus in war.
  • Courageous: In the battle of Philippi he displays his "coolness," his leadership qualities, and his strategic wisdom. So he learned a lot about welfare and leadership from Caesar.
  • Sensible: He pretends to accept Lepidus as part of the triumvirate but tells Octavius they should not really consider him an equal partner.
  • Unrestrained: Antony loves luxuries and dissipation.

Octavius Quotes

Descriptive words (octavius)

  • Complicated: he’s one of the most complicated characters in history of characters
  • Young: Octavius is Caesar's step-son but is very young
  • Brave: He seems to be very brave throughout the whole part he's in
  • Passionless: there is nothing generous about him
  • Tough: he isn’t afraid of anything, and doesn't let anyone get to him

Quote #1

Look here, I draw a sword against conspirators.


He wanted to kill brutus and wouldn’t put it back until he was dead

Quote #2 Act 4 Scene 1

You may do your will, but he's tried and valiant solider

Quote #3 Act 4 Scene 2

Octavius declares that he intents to avenge every single one of Caesar's 31 fatal wounds during the battle- he clearly wants to get revenge.

Octavius and Antony together

Quote #1

Octavius: He's a tried and valiant soldier. Antony: So is my horse, Octavius, and for that / I do appoint him store of provender.


In Act IV begins with a look at Antony's more cunning side as he compares the third member of the triumvirate to a horse, no longer useful.

Descriptive Paragraph

Antony and Octavius connected in an unusual way. Octavius is Caesar’s son, and appointed successor. Antony is that older brother but yet cunning senator that tries to control Octavius’s movements to better himself, and his standing. Yet even though he is trying to control his movements he helps decide that it’d be a good idea to go after Cassius and Brutus.