Inverness Macbeth’s castle as Thane of Cawdor
Birnam Wood The forest next to Dunsinane
Dunsinane King’s castle (Macbeth, Duncan, Malcolm)
Scone Where a new king is crowned
Fife Macduff’s Castle
Macbeth Thane of Glamis/ Cawdor, kills Duncan, becomes king, killed by Macduff
Lady Macbeth Convinces Macbeth to kill Duncan, doesn’t kill Duncan because he reminds her of her father, committed suicide
Macduff Thane of Fife, kills Macbeth, goes to England to help Malcolm, born of C- section, Macbeth’s foil
Duncan King of Scotland, crowns Macbeth Thane of Cawdor, killed by Macbeth in his sleep
Malcolm Eldest son of Duncan, fled to England after father’s murder, got king of England to help overthrow Macbeth, crowned King of Scotland after death of Macbeth
Banquo Macbeth’s best friend, grew suspicious of Macbeth, was killed by murderers sent by Macbeth, father of Fleance
First Witch Tortures a sailor as revenge for his wife not sharing her chestnuts, made the seas rocky and sailor’s thumb
Second Witch Kills swine, identifies the wickedness of Macbeth’s arrival by the pricking of her thumbs
Donalbain Duncan’s younger son, fled to Ireland
Ross Scottish noblemen, Macduff’s cousin, tells Macbeth about him being Thane of Cawdor, tells Macduff about death of family
Macdonwald Rebel, former Thane of Cawdor, tried to kill Duncan
Fleance Banquo’s son
Hecate Goddess of witchcraft
Old Man Talked to Ross about an owl killing a falcon and Duncan’s house turning cannibal
Armed Head 1st apparition from the witches, later symbolizes Macbeth’s detached head, Macbeth told to be aware of Macduff
Blood Child 2nd apparition from the witches, symbolizes Macduff (born from C- section), Macbeth told that nothing born from a woman can kill him
Child Crowned with Tree Branch in Hand 3rd apparition from the witches, symbolizes Malcolm’s camouflage (taking branches from Birnam Wood and carrying them towards Dunsinane), Macbeth’s told that he won’t be defeated until Birnam Wood begins to move towards him
Siward Duncan’s brother, helps Macduff and Malcolm
Young Siward Siward’s son, killed by Macbeth from the front (shows that he was brave)

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