He thought julius caesar didn t say anything in reality. Then fall caesar which means you too brutus and gives up saying then fall caesar as he dies.
While the phrase became popular during the late middle ages it cannot be found in any surviving ancient sources.
You too brutus shakespeare. He said it in the play julius caesa. You too brutus has become the popular assumption in non academic circles due to its use in the william shakespeare play julius caesar but these are assuredly not the accurate words. Et tu brute julius caesar 3 1 77 i e you too brutus.
Unbelieving caesar says et tu brute. Suetonius reported caesar said you too child. When shakespeare writes about real historical characters he takes his information from the writings of historians.
He sees the soothsayer in the crowd and confidently declares the ides of march are come 1. These last words are just shakespeare s fiction. The quotation in context caesar and his train approach the senate.
Caesar staggers towards his friend appealing to him but brutus stabs him. Pronounced ɛt ˈtuː ˈbruːtɛ is a latin phrase literally meaning and you brutus or also you brutus often translated as you as well brutus or even you brutus the quote appears in act 3 scene 1 of william shakespeare s play julius caesar where it is spoken by the roman dictator julius caesar at the moment of his assassination to his friend marcus junius. But suetonius himself didn t give it much credit.
William shakespeare s play julius caesar et tu brute pronounced ɛt ˈtuː ˈbruːtɛ is a latin phrase meaning and you brutus or and you too brutus purportedly as the last words.