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  1. beware the ides of March definition: 1. in Shakespeare's play "Julius Caesar", a warning given to Caesar about 15 March, the day on. Learn more.
  2. 25 Beware the ides of March. SOOTHSAYER. Beware of March 15th. CAESAR. He is a dreamer. Let us leave him. Pass! CAESAR. He’s insane. Let’s leave him. Let’s move. Sennet. Exeunt. Manent BRUTUS and CASSIUS. Trumpets play. Everyone exits except.
  3. At this event Caesar is accosted by a soothsayer (sooth means truth) a kind of fortune-teller, who says to him ‘beware the ides of March.’ The conspirators decide on a day to assassinate Caesar when he comes to a session at the senate on 15th March – the ideas of March.
  4. “Beware the ides of March”—so says the soothsayer to Julius Caesar in Shakespeare’s famous play Julius Caesar. Of course, those words proved fatally true for Caesar, who was assassinated by his own senators on March 15, 44 BC. While the story of Caesar’s murder has certainly been written.
  5. Jul 26,  · On this particular page you will find the solution to When Caesar is told to “Beware the ides of March” crossword clue crossword clue. This clue was last seen on New York Times Crossword on July 26 In case the clue doesn’t fit or there’s something wrong please contact us!
  6. Mar 15,  · March has 31 days, so the Ides of March is on March Roman dictator Julius Caesar heard — and ignored — the infamous warning about the Ides of March Author: N'dea Yancey-Bragg.
  7. Mar 15,  · Between and , the Ides of March marked tax day in the United States. On March 15, , Nazi Germany invaded Czechoslovakia. In , a blizzard killed more than Author: Laura Stampler.
  8. The immortal words “Beware the Ides of March” are uttered in William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar to the leader by a fortune-teller. Other bad things have happened on March 15, of course, but there’s probably no reason to beware March’s Ides more than the Ides of any other month.

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