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Chapter 10 vocabulary
Speed Match Review Game

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Drag the squares in the gray area and drop them in the matching squares in the blue area below.
If you drop a square in the correct spot, it will disappear.
If you make a mistake, the square will return to its original spot.
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pillage
tribune
representative
pope
auction
patriotism
gladitor
patrician
disciple
catacomb
vandal
caesar
dictator
Senate
capitulate
persecute
reparations
sacrosanct
cosul
plebeian
synagogue
emperor
to surrender to the enemy
the ruler of an empire
a governing body in which ancient Roman representatives served
a wealthy, powerful citizen of ancient Rome
a sense of pride in one's country
to pay money for wrong doings
to punish
a Jewish place of worship
in ancient Rome, one of two offcials who managed the government and the army
in ancient Rome ,men who were appointed to protect the rights of plebeians
a common citizen of ancient Rome
an underground room used as a burial site
in ancient Rome, a professional fighter
to rob
very valuable
an ancient Roman emperor
to sell something to the highest bidder
a person who has total control over the people
a person elected to represent the people
a person who destroys property
one of a small group of people who followed Jesus
the leader of the Roman Catholic Church

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DescriptionMatch:
a wealthy, powerful citizen of ancient Romepatrician
a common citizen of ancient Romeplebeian
a person elected to represent the peoplerepresentative
a governing body in which ancient Roman representatives servedSenate
in ancient Rome, one of two offcials who managed the government and the armycosul
a person who has total control over the peopledictator
in ancient Rome ,men who were appointed to protect the rights of plebeianstribune
a sense of pride in one's countrypatriotism
an ancient Roman emperorcaesar
the ruler of an empireemperor
in ancient Rome, a professional fightergladitor
an underground room used as a burial sitecatacomb
a Jewish place of worshipsynagogue
one of a small group of people who followed Jesusdisciple
to punishpersecute
to sell something to the highest bidderauction
the leader of the Roman Catholic Churchpope
to robpillage
a person who destroys propertyvandal
to surrender to the enemycapitulate
to pay money for wrong doingsreparations
very valuablesacrosanct