Macbeth names and places

First Witch Familiar: Graymalkin the cat, tortures a sailor as revenge for his wife not sharing her chestnuts, pilot’s thumb
Second Witch : Familiar: Paddock the toad, kills swine, later identifies the wickedness of Macbeth’s arrival by the pricking of her thumbs
Third Witch Familiar: Harpier
Duncan king of Scotland, murdered by Macbeth
Malcolm (eldest) son of Duncan, made Prince of Cumberland by his father
Captain tells Duncan about the battle between Norway and Scotland
Macdonwald Scottish rebel leader who is killed by Macbeth
Macbeth, Banquo ____ and _____ are leaders of the Scottish army
Ross Scottish nobleman, tells Macbeth the news that he was given the title Thane of Cawdor, tells Macduff about the murder of his wife and son (not at first)
Fife Macduff’s castle, one of the opening battles, probably where Macduff was the hero
Thane of Cawdor Traitor to Scotland who was executed and whose title was later given to Macbeth. Allies with King of Norway against Scotland in the battle at Fife.
Sweno King of Norway
Saint Colme’s Inch Island where the king of Norway had to bring $10,000 for Scotland as a term of peace for their defeat
Aleppo Destination of a sailor whose wife refused to give chestnuts to the first witch (Tiger: name of the sailor’s ship)
Thane of Glamis Macbeth’s title, inherited from his father
Sinel Macbeth’s father
Angus Scottish nobleman
Inverness Macbeth’s castle
Fleance Banquo’s son
Donalbain Duncan’s (second) son
Porter pretends to be the gate keeper of hell, drunk
Macduff Macbeth’s foil, Thane of Fife, not born of woman- C-section, kills Macbeth, identified by Ross as “Bellona’s Bridegroom”
Lennox talks to Macbeth about the “rough night” right before Macduff announces the murder of Duncan, Scottish nobleman
England Where Malcolm flees after the murder of Duncan
Ireland Where Donalbain flees after the murder of Duncan
old man Talked to Ross about an owl killing a falcon and Duncan’s horses turning cannibal
scone Macbeth’s coronation place, also Malcom’s coronation place
Colmekill Duncan’s burial place
two murderers Instructed by Macbeth to kill Banquo and Fleance
third murderer added later, identifies Banquo with “Tis he”
Banquo’s ghost appears in Macbeth’s place at the table
Hecate meets with the three witches
Edward King of England,_____ the confessor: was said to be able to cure people of Scrofula by laying his hands on them (contrasts with Macbeth making his country sick), allies with Macduff against Macbeth, prophesizes (contrast with Macbeth’s struggle to refute prophesy)
Northumberland English county near Scotland where Macduff hopes to gain allies against Macbeth
Siward Malcolm’s uncle (Duncan’s brother) who allies with Macduff
armed head 1st Apparition of the witches; Foreshadows the beheading of Macbeth
bloody child 2nd apparition of the witches; Foreshadows Macduff’s revelation of his birth by C-section
child crowned with a tree in his hand 3rd apparition of the witches; Foreshadows Malcom’s camouflage by holding tree branches and his later coronation as King of Scotland
Lady Macduff wife of Macduff, jokes with her son about the grim reality of Macduff’s flight to England and his being deemed a traitor
Macduff’s son he uses bird imagery to refute his mother saying that his father is dead
messenger warns Lady Macbeth of the approaching murderers
doctor Tells Malcom and Macduff about King Edward’s ability to cure Scrofula
doctor Can’t help Lady Macbeth’s sleep walking, says that she needs a divine, not just a doctor, upstages Macbeth by having the last word in Act 5, Scene 3
gentlewoman Tells the doctor of Lady Macbeth’s sleep walking but doesn’t tell him what she has said in her sleep
Arabia Lady Macbeth says in her sleep that not even all the perfumes of ______ will get the smell of blood off her hands (contrasts with her earlier statement to Macbeth that just a little water will wash it off)
Dunsinane Where Macbeth sets up his camp to fight Macduff’s forces
Menteith Allies with Macduff’s army, identifies Birnam Wood for Siward
Caithness Characterizes Macbeth’s madness as “valiant fury”, calls Malcolm the medicine for Scotland (Macbeth= disease)
servant Macbeth tells him to prick his face so that his blood will hide his fearful expression
seyton Informs Macbeth of Lady Macbeth’s death
messenger Tells Macbeth how he saw Birnam wood move
Young Siward Siward’s son, killed by Macbeth
Forres one of the opening battles, probably the one where Macbeth would have been the hero
Hebrides Mercenaries that ally with Macdonwald
Stuart the House of ______ is Banquo’s ancestry
James I Descendent of Banquo, Shakespeare always spoke highly of Banquo in order to suck up to him