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Reflective Journaling: Ides of March Trvia

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Reflective Journaling: Ides of March Trvia

Last week’s reflective journaling sheet topic was Ides of March trivia.  See how well you did with the answers below.

Question 1: Who was assassinated during the Ides of March in 44 B.C.? Julius Caesar 

You can learn more about the assassination of Caesar, here.

Question 2: Which playwright turned the Ides of March into a play? Shakespeare 

You can learn more about the play, here. 

Question 3: What was the phrase uttered to Caesar  by the soothsayer about this time? “Beware the Ides of March.” 

Question 4: What other bad things have happened during the Ides of March throughout history? Many things throughout history such as the Samoan Cyclone of 1889,  the discovery of the disappearing ozone layer in 1988, and even the covid-19 pandemic / U.S. lock down last year. 

Question 5: Where can I read the play or watch the movie that features this event? From the Library!

Happy Journaling!

-Jessica, Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian 

 

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