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Roman Vocabulary . Directions: Copy the definitions to your vocabulary matrix. Write a sentence that shows understanding . 1. Mural . Definition: a painting on a wall (either inside or outside). Now your write a sentence using the word mural. 2. mosaic.

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Roman Vocabulary

Directions: Copy the definitions to your vocabulary matrix. Write a sentence that shows understanding.


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1. Mural

  • Definition: a painting on a wall (either inside or outside)



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2. mosaic

  • Definition: a picture made up of small pieces of tile, glass, or colored stone.



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3. fresco

  • Definition: a picture painted on the moist plaster of a wall or ceiling.



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4. arch

  • Definition: stones cut into wedges or other shapes so as to support each other rising in a curve.



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5. vault

  • Definition: an arched structure used to hold up a ceiling or a roof.


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6. Dome

  • Definition: a round roof shaped like a half-circle.


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7. cathedral

  • Definition: a large church in the shape of a cross.


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8. aqueduct

  • Definition: A pipe or channel built to carry water between distant places.


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9. legacy

  • Definition: anything handed down from the past that is used in the present.


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10. Instability

  • Definition: when something is not supported or stable.

  • Example sentence #1: Our new table fell over because of its instability.

  • Example sentence #2: The instability of the sick horse made the horse fall twice.


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