Flavius and Marullus
We are Flavius and Marullus, tribunes and loyal supporters of the Roman Republic. Fierce defenders of tradition and wary of Caesar’s growing power, we express our disdain for the citizens who have quickly shifted their allegiance to Caesar. With a sense of duty, we remove decorations from Caesar’s statues, symbolically rejecting his newfound popularity. However, our actions do not go unnoticed, and we are silenced and stripped of our positions by those aligned with Caesar. While our roles are brief, we represent the voice of those who question the rise of a single individual’s authority and seek to uphold the principles of the republic.