He was probably the only mathematician of his time with such a high reputation. This is because he was not interest in new mathematical ideas but had invented war machines. They were particularly effective in the defense of Syracuse when it was attacked by the Romans and Marcellus. Plutarch writes in his work on Marcellus, the Roman commander, about how Archimedes' war machines were used against the Romans in the siege of 212 BC;
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Plutarch writes in his work on Marcellus, the Roman commander, about how Archimedes' war machines were used against the Romans in the siege of 212 BC;
"... when Archimedes began to ply his engines, he at once shot against the land forces all sorts of missile weapons, and immense masses of stone that came down with incredible noise and violence; against which no man could stand; for they knocked down those upon whom they fell in heaps, breaking all their ranks and files... displayed next 300 characters
He turns from a very honorable and respectable lieutenant of Othello, to losing his lieutenancy and being considered an irresponsible alcoholic. "?Reputation, reputation, reputation! O, I have lost my reputation! I have lost the immortal part of myself, and what remains is bestial?" these are Cassio's words about losing his reputation...
Cassio is another character in which it is hard to decide whether he
is really honorable or if it is just his reputation. He is personified as a loyal man and the
"honorable lieutenant" but as I said earlier, those things are not necessarily true...
“O misery!”(III.3 .169)Othello’s number of words is dramatically reduced compared to Iago’s, indicative of his control over him and Iago also leads the conversation, Othello is reduced to desperate questioning emphasising Iago’s command over him, “by heaven, I’ll know thy thoughts” (III...
Iago knows that
the icing on the cake must be some sort of visual proof. He has his wife Emilia steal
Desdemona's handkerchief and give it to him. Iago then plants it in Cassio's room to
imply that Desdemona must have given it to him...
To feel betrayed by a friend is one of the worse feelings to feel but it still does not justify his actions towards Othello. While the feeling of betrayal drives him to do what he does towards Othello, anger and hurt does as well...
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