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triumvirs after the death of
servants to Brutus.
Senators, Citizens, Guards, Attendants, etc.
hood of Philippi.
DURATION OF TIME
Dramatic Time. -Six days represented on the stage, with intervals.
Day 1. I. 1., 2. Interval.
2. I. 3.
5. IV. 2., 3.
Historic Time. From October 45 B.C. (Cæsar's Triumph), or February 44 B.C. (the Lupercalia) — 1. 1. synchronises the two occasions, cf. v. 35 and 72- to autumn 42 B.C. (battle of Philippi).
Dramatis Persona. First given by Rowe. For Antonius, Marullus, Varro, Claudius, Ff have Antonio, Murellus, Varrus, Claudio, all clearly unauthentic. The name Calpurnia appears always as Calphurnia ; Shakespeare found both forms in Plutarch; it remains uncertain which he wrote. The true form (Calpurnia) is thence adopted by most modern edd.