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40 Literary Characters: 40 Literary Deaths
A plant commonly found near water.
A flower that is usually light pink or yellow.
A tiny yellow flower.
A strong wind or storm.
A type of tall, wide-branching tree.
The Latin word for good will, forgiveness, or grace.
The Latin word for golden or yellow.
The Latin word for tawny.
A distinguished Roman man who held every office of the Cursus Honorum (Course of Honors) and had military experience.
The aromatic dried flower buds of a tree in the family Myrtaceae, Syzygium aromaticum.
A legendary Roman leader and the star/title character of a Shakespearian tragedy, who is blamed by rioters for a lack of grain.
The Latin word for kindly (well, isn't that ironic).
A small flower bouquet, typically given as a gift.
The third king of the Persian Achaemenid Empire. Also from a similar Persian name meaning rich or kingly.
A woman from Roman mythology who, in the Aenied, is to be sacrificed to the gods, but at the alter, her hair spontaneously catches fire, a bad omen. Also a mute girl from a Shakspe
A type of bush-like tree.
A Trojan woman who pledged everlasting love to the youngest son of King Priam but has an affair with a Greek warrior while being held hostage. The star of a Shakespeare play.
A Roman Emperor who survived his childhood by feigning mental and physical disability.
A Roman Emperor.
A Roman general, author, and patron of the arts.
A faint shine.
To wonder at something amazing.
The Latin word for swim plus the Latin word for proven.
To separate grain from a plant.
One who performs one of the very first steps in growing plants.
The dry protective casing around a seed of cereal grain.
An American WWI hero, Alvin ____
A plant disease.
The stronger of the two twins of Gemini.
The more intellectual of the two twins of Gemini.
A Roman philosopher and playwrite, and Nero's tutor and adviser.
A Roman historian, biographer, and essayist.
The first Roman Emperor to inherit the throne from his father. He destroyed the Temple of Jerusalem, and has a famous arch named for him.
A bacterial disease causing headaches, fevers, fatigue and depression that targets the central nervous system.
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