Objects & Places from Antony and Cleopatra

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Object Descriptions

Triumvirate - This term refers to the three men who rule the Roman Empire.

Rome - This term refers to the capitol of the Empire.

Egypt - This is the country that Cleopatra rules.

Weet - This means to acknowledge.

Die - This word has a double meaning: an orgasm.

Noise - This is a synonym for a rumor.

Poorer moment - This is a synonym for a lesser cause.

Mettle - This also means sexual vigor.

Abstract - This is another word for epitome.

Mandragora - This is a narcotic that comes from the mandrake root.

Sicily - This is the location of Pompey's camp.

Misena - This is another way of saying Misenum.

Cloy - This is another word for satisfy.

Riggish - This is another word for wanton or licentious.

Meaner - This is a person of lower status.

Cuckoo - This is a...

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