In the four hundred or so years since they were written, Shakespeare's plays and other literary masterpieces have been categorized. Although some may argue that Caesar fits this depiction, Brutus is a better choice.
Brutus believes that the Romans will understand the justification of his actions over anything Antony will say and so allows Antony speak. We also saw two of those tragic defects. New York: Washington Square, Brutus eventually recognizes and accepts his faults and peripeteia.
Brutus, along with seven other conspirators, assassinate Caesar to prevent him from becoming king. Shakespeare illustrates Caesar as a tragic hero by showing that he is a noble man of high rank.
Caesar can brag of his prosperity, through his wealth, his many friends, and his loving wife. He therefore takes part in the murder of Caesar.