Who said "beware the ides of March"?

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'Beware the ides of March' was said by the Soothsayer, a character in Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar. He did not have another name in the play.
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It was the 'soothsayer' that told Caesar to beware the ides of march. Ides means the middle, and so the date referred to is March 15th. Sure enough, Brutus assasinated Caesar on that
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it was the soothsayer, he was never named it was in Act 1 scene 2.
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"Beware the Ides of March" was said by a fortune teller in Shakespeare's play
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"Beware the ides of March" is a quote from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, in which the Soothsayer warns Caesar of his impending fate.
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The ides of March is March 15th in the Roman calendar. In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, he is warned to beware of the Ides of March. Julius Caesar was assassinated ...
The Soothsayer in Julius Caesar warns Caesar saying, "Beware the Ides of March." The meaning behind this warning was the impending death of Caesar ...
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