Julius Caesar: A Roman Tane, As A Roman Tribune

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Imagine you are put back in time and you were in the Roman era and your job was a “Roman Tribune”. If you ask a random person “What is a Roman tribune?”, they would not know how to respond because that job is not common. In order to understand what it is like to be a Roman tribune you have to have the mindset as a Roman tribune and see things from their perspective. In the book Julius Caesar there is multiple character that have the job of a Roman tribune. In order to understand their roles in the play you have to know the background of the job Roman tribune and what their purpose is. What is a Roman tribune you might ask yourself if you were reading the book Julius Caesar. In order to understand most of the characters in the book …show more content…
He is a very well respected Roman tribune in the city. When you have respect from the people usually the people will take your side. Casca has a talk with Cassius and they begin on the subject of having Julius Caesar king. Cassius has a plan to get rid of Julius Caesar to become king and in order to do this he tries and gets Casca on his side. This shows how powerful Casca’s role is , because Cassius knows if he has a well respected man of the people on his side then he has the majority people on his side as well. Having a high role as big as a Roman tribune you have to make the right choices that you think will support the citizens of Rome. When Cassius gets Casca on his side he will have strength in number and that 's good because if Caesars popularity is down then he doesn 't get to become king as he had hoped. Casca knowing that Caesar only declined to crown to make him seem humble, shows how devious Caesar really is and what he is …show more content…
Casca is close with Caesar but even he knows that Caesar is not the right man for the job so Casca joins Cassius. Having Casca on Cassius side means that Casca could be of use to help get insight that only he would know On Caesar that would help with his takedown. Flavius and Marullus did not appreciate how the people could betray Pampey as quick as they did. Pampey to the people were amazing and no one could take his place. When Julius Caesar came home and the people found out he had killed Pampey they all of sudden had a change in heart and started to praise Caesar. The two Roman tribunes were disgusted of the fact that the people were being fooled and they knew they had to do something about it so they ended up going around to the statues of Caesar and started taking off decorations that people had put on it to show love (Plebeian,2016). There is some interesting events that go on throughout the book. A Roman tribune plays a big part when it comes to the ancient city of Rome. To have all three tribunes go against Caesar should show the people that he should not be trusted or honored with the crown. Throughout the days there has been a lot of suspicious things going on through the city like having a owl fly threw a marketplace during the day . A fire storm only on the city of Rome is a bad omen for the people in Rome , but the question is how do they respond to the situation with

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