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(written about 1608)
CAIUS MARCIUS: Afterwards CAIUS MARCIUS CORIOLANUS.
TITUS LARTIUS, COMINIUS: generals against the
MENENIUS AGRIPPA: friend to Coriolanus.
SICINIUS VELUTUS, JUNIUS BRUTUS: tribunes of the
Young MARCUS: son to Coriolanus.
A Roman Herald.
TULLUS AUFIDIUS: general of the Volscians. Lieuten-
ant to Aufidius. Conspirators with Aufidius.(First
Conspirator)(Second Conspirator)(Third Conspirator)
A Citizen of Antium.
Two Volscian Guards.
VOLUMNIA: mother to Coriolanus.
VIRGILIA: wife to Coriolanus.
VALERIA: friend to Virgilia.
Gentlewoman, attending on Virgilia.
Roman and Volscian Senators, Patricians,
AEdiles, Lictors, Soldiers, Citizens, Messengers,
Servants to Aufidius, and other Attendants.
(First Senator, Second Senator, A Patric