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Flavius tells Marullus to "Disrobe the images, if you do find them decked with ceremonies," (1.1.64-65)

What does this statement imply?

A

Flavius is trying to maintain the dignity of Caesar and doesn't want graffiti tainting his honor.

B

Flavius is displaying his loyalty to Caesar by contributing to the maintenance of his statue.

C

Flavius considers Caesar to be a man of worth who deserves nothing less than a joyful return; his statues are the only ones that should have decor on them.

D

Flavius dislikes Caesar and everything he stands for in Rome; in order to display his disregard for Caesar, he wishes to take away any adoration presented to him.

E

Because Caesar is returning from battle, Flavius feels that the robes that decorate his statue do not justly reflect the war-like environment from which he is returning.

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