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Antony and Cleopatra Characters

Eros is one of Antony’s attendants. He brings the news of Lepidus’s arrest by Caesar to Antony and also tells Enobarbus of it.

He is one of those who leads Cleopatra to Antony after the defeat at Actium, in the hopes that she can comfort him. He brings Antony his armor and helps him put it on. He tells Antony of Enobarbus’s desertion and is told to send Enobarbus’s treasure after him. Upon hearing of Cleopatra’s (supposed) death, Antony asks Eros to kill him, but Eros stabs himself instead, being unwilling to witness Antony’s death.

 

 

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