Objects & Places from Antony and Cleopatra

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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 bird...

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