Caesar's ghost

Caesar’s ghost

warns Brutus that he and Caesar will meet, again at Phillipi. [Br. Lit.: Shakespeare Julius Caesar]
See: Ghost
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The night before the battle Caesar's ghost appeared to Brutus in his tent and announced that they would meet at Philippi.