However, Brutus tells the citizens to stay and listen to what Mark Antony, who arrives with Caesar's body, has to say. Remember: This is just a sample from a fellow student.
Antony was not an associate of Caesar during the military campaign that overcame the Nervii, when he said Caesar first put on the cloak. Antony, who is one of Caesars most beloved and trusted friends, and Brutus and his group of Conspirators, who assassinated Julius Caesar to claim the throne.
Medium of Publication. Then, he begins to appeal to each citizen individually, getting to the point where he practically insults anyone who doesn't agree with himcalling them low, uncivilized and vile. Brutus tried to make the people believe he killed Caesar for a noble cause. Antony, on the other hand, had several examples that Caesar was not ambitious.
In his speech he aims to justify his reasons for killing Caeser, and also hopefully gain the backing of his fellow Romans. This may seem that he is praising him a lot, but actually, by repeating it, he is taking the meaning out of it.
Antony has lots of different examples to prove Caesar was not ambitious, and lied to get the audience more emotionally involved.
Cassius being the main figure in this scene does much of the talking which largely contrasts with Act 2 Sc