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TITUS ANDRONICUS William Shakespeare CONTENTS Dramatis Personae Act One Act Act 3 Act 4 Act 5 concerning the writer in regards to the sequence Copyright concerning the writer DRAMATIS PERSONAE SATURNINUS son to the overdue Emperor of Rome, afterwards Emperor BASSIANUS brother to Saturninus TITUS ANDRONICUS a noble Roman MARCUS ANDRONICUS Tribune of the folks, and brother to Titus LUCIUS, QUINTUS, MARTIUS, MUTIUS sons to Titus Andronicus younger LUCIUS a boy, son to Lucius PUBLIUS son to Marcus Andronicus SEMPRONIUS, CAIUS, VALENTINE kinsmen to Titus AEMILIUS a noble Roman ALARBUS, DEMETRIUS, CHIRON sons to Tamora AARON a Moor, liked by way of Tamora A Captain A Messenger A Clown TAMORA Queen of the Goths LAVINIA daughter to Titus Andronicus A Nurse and a black baby Romans and Goths, Senators, Tribunes, officials, infantrymen and Attendants. THE SCENE: ROME AND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD. ACT ONE SCENE I. Rome. ahead of the Capitol. Flourish. input the Tribunes and Senators aloft; after which input less than SATURNINUS and his fans at one door, and BASSIANUS and his fans on the different, with drums and trumpets. SATURNINUS Noble patricians, consumers of my correct, guard the justice of my reason with fingers; And, countrymen, my loving fans, Plead my successive name together with your swords.  i'm his first-born son that was once the final That ware the imperial diadem of Rome; Then enable my father’s honours dwell in me, Nor improper mine age with this indignity. BASSIANUS Romans, acquaintances, fans, favourers of my correct,  If ever Bassianus, Caesar’s son, have been gracious within the eyes of royal Rome, hold then this passage to the Capitol; And undergo no longer dishonour to strategy The imperial seat, to advantage consecrate,  To justice, continence, and the Aristocracy; yet enable wilderness in natural election shine; And, Romans, struggle for freedom on your selection. input MARCUS ANDRONICUS aloft, with the crown. MARCUS Princes, that try by means of factions and through pals Ambitiously for rule and empery, be aware of that the folk of Rome, for whom we  stand a different celebration, have by way of universal voice In election for the Roman empery selected Andronicus, surnamed Pius for lots of strong and nice deserts to Rome.  A nobler guy, a braver warrior, Lives no longer at the present time in the urban partitions. He by means of the Senate is accited domestic, From weary wars opposed to the barbarous Goths, That together with his sons, a fear to our foes,  Hath yok’d a state robust, train’d up in fingers. Ten years are spent given that first he undertook This reason behind Rome, and chastised with palms Our enemies’ delight; 5 occasions he hath return’d Bleeding to Rome, bearing his valiant sons In coffins from the sector; and at this present day To the monument of that Andronici performed sacrifice of expiation,  And slain the noblest prisoner of the Goths. And now finally, encumbered with honour’s spoils, Returns the great Andronicus to Rome, popular Titus, flourishing in hands. allow us to entreat, through honour of his identify  Whom worthily you will have now be successful, And within the Capitol and Senate’s correct, Whom you faux to honour and adore, that you simply withdraw you and impede your energy, push aside your fans, and, as suitors may still,  Plead your deserts in peace and humbleness.