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King of Scotland ? Macbeth
King of Scotland's two sons Malcolm and Donalbain
Noblemen of Scotland Macduff Lennox Ross Menteith Cathness Angus
Banquo's son Fleance
Earl of Northumberland Siward
General of the English forces Siward
General of the English forces' son Young Siward
Macbeth's armour bearer Seyton
Son of Macduff Boy
Hears nighttime confession of Lady Macbeth The Doctor
Called by Lady Macbeth's gentlewoman The Doctor
Macbeth's wife and co-conspirator Lady Macbeth
Encourages Macbeth in murder of Duncan Lady Macbeth
Great warrior, later King of Scotland Macbeth
Macbeth arranges the murder of... Lady Macduff and Son
Thane of Fife Macduff
Macduff ultimately kills ... Macbeth
Macbeth murders... Duncan
Macbeth arranges the murder of... Banquo
Warrior and Macbeth's friend Banquo
Reveals prophecies to Banquo Three Witches
Agents of Fate Three Witches
Banquo's son, father to later Scottish kings Fleance
Duncan's son, later King Malcolm
Support Malcolm in final battle... Noblemen of Scotland
Thanes who eventually turn against Macbeth Lennox Ross Menteith Angus Cathness
Joins forces against Macbeth Macduff and Malcolm
Macbeth's castle Inverness
Duncan's castle Forres
Who is Sweno? Commander of the Scottish army, he brought in New troops to fight against Macbeth
What does the "hurly-burly" refer to? Turmoil
Created by: NedineSweeney
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