Julius Caesar

What prophecies, omens, or supersitions precede Caesar's death? Name at Least 3

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the soothsayer says "Beware of the Ides of March."

Calpurnia dreams of his murder, and she asks him not to go that day.

The priests advise Caesar not to go to the Capitol, since they found no heart in the sacrificial animal. Caesar reinterprets this to mean that he would be a coward (heartless) to stay home, and adds that he is more dangerous than Danger itself.