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consul
a chief magistrate of the ancient Roman Republic.
senator
a member of a senate
tribune
a defender of the common people's rights, especially
in the ancient Roman government
republic
a state or nation where supreme political power is exercised by elected representatives acting in the name of the people
taunted
to reproach, deride, or challenge in scornful, insulting language; jeer at
laurel wreath
a circular band, usually of flowers or foliage woven or twisted together, used as a symbol or decoration
jeered
talked in a loud, mocking, abusive manner
laden
loaded with a great burden; weighted
hemmed in
trapped, surrounded
subjugate
to win mastery over, as by military conquest; subdue; vanquish
besiege
to surround with enemy forces; lay siege to
chasm
a deep fissure or cleft in the earth's surface; gorge