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Artemidorus of Knidos (Greek: Ἀρτεμίδωρος), 1st century BC, was a native of Knidos in southwest Anatolia. He is now best known as a minor character in Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar where, aware of the plot against Caesar's life, he attempts to warn him with a written note. Although Caesar takes the note he does not look at it before entering the Senate and shortly thereafter is assassinated. The story originates with Plutarch.

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  • Artemidorus of Knidos (Greek: Ἀρτεμίδωρος), 1st century BC, was a native of Knidos in southwest Anatolia. He is now best known as a minor character in Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar where, aware of the plot against Caesar's life, he attempts to warn him with a written note. Although Caesar takes the note he does not look at it before entering the Senate and shortly thereafter is assassinated. The story originates with Plutarch.
  • Artemidoros (Yunani: Ἀρτεμίδωρος), abad kesatu SM, adalah penduduk asli Knidos di barat daya Anatolia. Dia sekarang paling dikenal sebagai tokoh kecil dalam drama Shakespeare Julius Caesar di mana, menyadari plot melawan kehidupan Caesar, dia mencoba untuk memperingatkannya dengan catatan tertulis. Meskipun Caesar mengambil catatan itu, dia tidak melihatnya sebelum memasuki Senat dan tak lama kemudian dibunuh. Kisah ini berasal dari Plutarkhos.
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  • Artemidorus of Knidos (Greek: Ἀρτεμίδωρος), 1st century BC, was a native of Knidos in southwest Anatolia. He is now best known as a minor character in Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar where, aware of the plot against Caesar's life, he attempts to warn him with a written note. Although Caesar takes the note he does not look at it before entering the Senate and shortly thereafter is assassinated. The story originates with Plutarch. The name Artemidorus was found on an inscription at Knidos by geologist William Hamilton in the 1830s. It occurs along with the name Gaius Julius Theopompus, a friend of Julius Caesar, also mentioned by Plutarch. From the inscription, it appears that Artemidorus was the name of both the father and the son of Theopompus. G. Hirschfield argued that Artemidorus was the son and cites a further inscription which is also discussed by C. T. Newton. This describes the honors to be given – including an altar to be built and maintained, and celebratory games – to a person whose name is unfortunately missing. However, since the games were to be called “Artemidoreia”, the likely honoree was Artemidorus. That Artemidorus was honored in this way could be due to the tax remittance granted by Caesar to the Knidians as a reward for his families’ adherence. The Newton inscription ends by stating that the honors would be equal to those of the Gods, and Jenkins points out that Artemidorus may have been the last citizen of the Roman Republic to be made a God in his own lifetime.
  • Artemidoros (Yunani: Ἀρτεμίδωρος), abad kesatu SM, adalah penduduk asli Knidos di barat daya Anatolia. Dia sekarang paling dikenal sebagai tokoh kecil dalam drama Shakespeare Julius Caesar di mana, menyadari plot melawan kehidupan Caesar, dia mencoba untuk memperingatkannya dengan catatan tertulis. Meskipun Caesar mengambil catatan itu, dia tidak melihatnya sebelum memasuki Senat dan tak lama kemudian dibunuh. Kisah ini berasal dari Plutarkhos. Nama Artemidoros ditemukan pada sebuah prasasti di Knidos oleh pada 1830-an. Ini terjadi bersamaan dengan nama Gaius Julius Theopompus, sahabat Julius Caesar, juga disebutkan oleh Plutarkhos. Dari prasasti tersebut, tampak bahwa Artemidoros adalah nama ayah dan anak Theopompus. G. Hirschfield berpendapat bahwa Artemidoros adalah putra dan mengutip prasasti lebih lanjut yang juga dibahas oleh . Ini menggambarkan penghargaan yang akan diberikan – termasuk altar yang akan dibangun dan dipelihara, dan permainan perayaan – kepada seseorang yang namanya sayangnya tidak ada. Namun, karena permainan itu disebut "Artemidoreia", kemungkinan penerima penghargaan adalah Artemidoros. Artemidoros dihormati dengan cara ini bisa jadi karena pembayaran pajak yang diberikan oleh Caesar kepada rakyat Knidos sebagai hadiah atas kepatuhan keluarganya. Prasasti Newton berakhir dengan menyatakan bahwa kehormatan akan sama dengan para Dewa, dan menunjukkan bahwa Artemidoros mingkin adalah warga negara terakhir Republik Romawi yang dianggap sebagai dewa dalam hidupnya sendiri.
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