When Lucius says the conspirators’ “hats are plucked about their ears,” what is he suggesting?
Their hats are pulled low to conceal their faces.
The material has been removed from their hats around the sides as a visible sign of their punishment.
He is speaking metaphorically, comparing their cowardice to plucked chickens.
Their hats are worn in an unusual style, with feathers above the ears to indentify them to other conspirators
He couldn't identify the conspirators because "the noble" Brutus was among them.
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