Caligula: You put him to death? Then why are you risking your life for him?
Marcellus Gallio: I owe Him more than my life.
Marcellus Gallio: Surely you don't believe he rose from the dead.
Justus: He lives more surely than we do.
Marcellus Gallio: He's dead! And no moonstruck girl can sing him to life again.
Justus: How do you know that he's dead?
Marcellus Gallio: The soldier told me. The soldier who saw the lance thrust into his side. The soldier who was - out there.
Justus: What's wrong?
Marcellus Gallio: Were you out there?
Demetrius: Until now you only remembered what you did to a man. The wrong, and your shame. But now - you remember the man.
Demetrius: You're afraid, but you really don't know the reason why. You think it's his robe that made you ill. But it's your own conscience, your own decent shame. Even when you crucified him you felt it.