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THE CONSPIRATORS














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Our Mission:
To rid the Rome of the ambitions of Julius Caesar.



























Are you kept up at night about the omens plaguing the city? Do you worry about the impending threat of the monarchy returning with the crowning of Julius Caesar?

If you answered "Yes" to those questions, think about this:
Would you feel justified in doing something wrong to prevent another from doing something you feel is more wrong?

Since the expullsion of the Tarquins, Rome has been sucessful and grown more powerful. We Romans, both noble and commoner alike, have been bounded by our solemn oath never to tolerate a monarch again. And now, with the death of a Roman at the hands of another Roman, we rejoice?

Because Caesar is an able politician. He has all of you wrapped around his little finger, and is playing you like a lute.

Fellow Romans, open yours eyes! See Caesar for the tyrrant he will become, and the suffering he will inflict. JOIN OUR CAUSE.

RELICS for SALE!

We've got it all!
 
Bathe your hands in Caesar's own blood!
(sold by the vial)
 
Own a piece of Caesar's stabbed cloak!
(not all pieces contain gashes)
 
And so much more!
 
ALSO ON SALE:
 
Replica daggers for all sorts of conspirators.
Take revenge on those who you oppose!






People shouting at the world over megaphones; Size=240 pixels wide

Organization News

UPDATE:
The Conspirators forced to flea.
[REMINDER: Membership dues non-refundable]
 
UPDATE:
Romans revolt!
Mark Antony's eulogy turns the tables on the Conspirators.
 
UPDATE:
Citizens praise Conspiracy leader Brutus for his great deeds to the citizens of Rome.
 
UPDATE:
CAESAR IS DEFEATED!
The Conspiracy Succeeds.
 
Who will you follow?

UPDATE:
BRUTUS JOINS THE CONSPIRACY!

UPDATE:
Caesar warned of the ides of March.
Conspirators looking into a possible information leak within thier ranks.
 
UPDATE:
Date set for the ides of March;
Location yet to be settled on.

UPDATE:
Caesar eliminates the remaining powers against him. Pompey, and his sons, are defeated.




























Questions or comments? Get in touch with us at:

take a stab@caesar.org



Join Us!
Attend our next meeting at the home of Brutus, on the eve of the ides of march, and prove your loyality to the cause!
 
[All major forms of self-mutilation and suicide accepted]

This site created for Mrs. Bonnell's Shakespeare class as a final project on the play
The Tragedy of Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare, 1599).
 
It is based on the contents of the play and is not intended for any purpose other than stated above.