Who said "beware the ides of March"?


'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, he was never named it was in Act 1 scene 2.
"Beware the Ides of March" was said by a fortune teller in Shakespeare's play
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Work it out from this: Beware = "Cave" Ides is already a Latin word meaning "divide" hence the IDES divides the month into 2 parts as near as poss. in the middle
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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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