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Julius Caesar: Act III Vocabulary and Introduction. Geller’s So-So Sophomores Fall 2013. Vocabulary. Purge (v): Eliminate Testament (n): Will Havoc (n): Chaos Legacy (n): What is left behind after someone is gone Apparition (n): Ghost Redress (v): Make up for a wrongdoing

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julius caesar act iii vocabulary and introduction

Julius Caesar: Act III Vocabulary and Introduction

Geller’s So-So Sophomores

Fall 2013

vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Purge (v): Eliminate
  • Testament (n): Will
  • Havoc (n): Chaos
  • Legacy (n): What is left behind after someone is gone
  • Apparition (n): Ghost
  • Redress (v): Make up for a wrongdoing
  • Bestow (v): Give
  • Devise (v): Figure out; come up with
  • Ingratitude (n): Ungratefulness; lack of appreciation
more vocabulary
More Vocabulary
  • Counsel (v): To give advice
  • Extenuating (adj): Lessening the severity of something; making something less serious or severe; mitigating
  • Spectacle (n): Something dazzling to behold; an amazing sight to see
  • Mutiny (n/v): Organized revolt against authority
  • Valiant (adj): Brave
  • Firmament (n): The sky, the heavens
  • Conceit (n): arrogance
even more vocabulary
Even More Vocabulary
  • Ascend (v): To climb; to go up
  • Vanquish (v): Conquer; overthrow
  • Repeal (v): To take back
  • Censure (v): punish
where we left off
Where We Left Off…
  • Brutus has committed himself to joining the conspiracy, but convinces the other conspirators that Mark Antony should be allowed to live
  • Brutus has promised Portia that he will share his secret with her
  • Calphurnia has failed to convince Caesar to stay home on the Ides of March
  • Artemidorus plans to warn Caesar about the conspiracy
  • The conspirators have arrived to escort Caesar to the Capitol
as act iii begins
As Act III begins…
  • Time and place: The Capitol in Rome. The Ides of March. Cast: