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      • Marcus Andronicus – Titus's brother and tribune to the people of Rome Publius – Marcus's son Saturninus – Son of the late Emperor of Rome ; afterwards declared Emperor
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  2. Titus Andronicus Act 4, Scene 1 Translation | Shakescleare ... › titus-andronicus › act-4-scene-1

    MARCUS ANDRONICUS. I think she means that there was more than one 40 Confederate in the fact: ay, more there was; Or else to heaven she heaves them for revenge. Unlock with A + Unlock with LitCharts A +. MARCUS ANDRONICUS. I think she means that there was more than one who did this; yes, there was more than one.

  3. Titus Andronicus: Characters | SparkNotes › shakespeare › titus
    • Titus Andronicus. General of Rome and tragic hero of the play. Father of Lavinia and Lucius. Titus has spent the last ten years fighting Rome's enemies and winning honor for his country, yet his heroic deeds have taken so much out of him that he feels incapable of leading his country despite its desire that he be its new emperor.
    • Tamora. Queen of the Goths, mother of Chiron and Demetrius. Though her very first speech shows her to be a caring mother who has an appreciation of the nobility of mercy, Tamora is associated with barbarism, savagery, and unrestrained lasciviousness.
    • Aaron. Tamora's Moorish lover. Shakespeare only created four other black characters before the tragic hero Othello, and Aaron is the most substantial of the four.
    • Lavinia. The only daughter of Titus Andronicus, she spurns Saturninus's offer to make her his empress because she is in love with Bassianus. She is brutally raped and disfigured by Chiron and Demetrius in the forest during the hunt.
  4. Andronicus Definition and Meaning - Bible Dictionary › dictionary › andronicus

    What is Andronicus? Definition and meaning:ANDRONICUS an-dro-ni'-kus (Andronikos): (1) A deputy of Antiochus Epiphanes, who, while ruling at Antioch, excited the Jews by the murder o. Plus

  5. Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus: Plot Summary › plots › titusps

    The time has come for Titus to choose the new emperor. Marcus Andronicus affirms that the common people want Titus himself to become ruler, and all he need do is ask for the crown. But Titus refuses, telling Marcus that "A better head her glorious body fits/Than his that shakes for age and feebleness" (187-8).

  6. Andronicus - Meaning of Andronicus, What does Andronicus mean? › meaning › Andronicus

    What does Andronicus mean? Pronounce. Andronicus. [ 4 syll. an - dro - ni - cus, and -ronic- us ] The baby boy name Andronicus is pronounced as aeNDR AH N-eh-KahS †. The origin of Andronicus is Old Greek. Andronicus is a variant of the name Andronikos. See also the related category greek. Andronicus is rarely used as a baby name for boys.

  7. Marcus - Meaning of Marcus, What does Marcus mean? › meaning › Marcus

    The name was popular in Rome, where it was borne by the 1st-century Roman consul and writer Marcus Tullius Cicero, as well as the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (121-180). In literature, it was known from Marcus Andronicus in Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus (1590-1594).

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