Time for some more Shakespearean Death Clocks! This week has a distinctly Roman theme, starting with Julius Caesar:
See, Brutus and Messala can't quite agree on exactly how many senators the triumvirate puts to death. Messala says 100, Brutus says 70. At any rate, it was a lot.
I've left off the other conspirators, such as Casca and Decius Brutus and all. They presumably all get killed off by Octavius and Antony, either before or after Philippi, but their fates aren't mentioned in the text.
Tune in on Thursday for another Roman death clock... this one featuring SNAKES.