Friends, Britons, countrymen, lend me your ears;
I come to bury the NHS, not to praise it.
The evil that men do lives after them; 568 more words
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Julius Caesar’ follows the infamous assassination of Julius Caesar and its aftermath. The play is referenced and quoted so regularly in our mediums that I was often excited to read its well-recognizable lines. 1,231 more words
On Caesar’s assassination on 15 March 44 BC, Cleopatra had lost her powerful ally. Hearing that Caesar had left nothing for her and their son Caesarion, Cleopatra fled Rome with her child and husband (her second brother, now Ptolemy XIV), returning to an Egypt ridden with famine and plague. 157 more words