Titus Andronicus - Characters


  • Titus Andronicus – renowned Roman general
  • Lucius – Titus's eldest son
  • Quintus – Titus's son
  • Martius – Titus's son
  • Mutius – Titus's son
  • Young Lucius – Lucius's son
  • Lavinia – Titus's daughter
  • Marcus Andronicus – Titus's brother and tribune to the people of Rome
  • Publius – Marcus's son
  • Saturninus – Son of the late Emperor of Rome; afterwards declared Emperor
  • Bassianus – Saturninus's brother; in love with Lavinia
  • Sempronius – Titus's kinsman (non-speaking role)
  • Caius – Titus's kinsman (non-speaking role)
  • Valentine – Titus's kinsman (non-speaking role)
  • Æmilius – Roman noble
  • Tamora – Queen of the Goths; afterwards Empress of Rome
  • Demetrius – Tamora's son
  • Chiron – Tamora's son
  • Alarbus – Tamora's son (non-speaking role)
  • Aaron – a Moor; involved in a sexual relationship with Tamora
  • Nurse
  • Clown
  • Messenger
  • Roman Captain
  • First Goth
  • Second Goth
  • Senators, Tribunes, Soldiers, Plebians, Goths etc.

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