Friday, June 12, 2009

Pompeiiana XIII.7, March 1987

Content: "Prior" (an article in Latin on Huey Lewis), "Who was St. Patrick?", "Diocles Named M.V.A.", "Comus, Bacchus & Endymion All 'Worshipped' During Carnival in New Orleans", "The Poet John Milton and The Teaching of Latin", quote from Francis Bacon, "Disci Summi et Auctores Eorum", "Petere Tuam Veniam: Punishers & Punished" puzzle, "Olympic Scramble" puzzle, "Where's the Ides of March?" word search, "Unscrambling Famous Latin Sayings" puzzle, "Monster Mix", "Expand Your Pundit Range" puzzle, "Di Immortales -- Ubinam Gentium Sunt?" puzzle, Conundrums, Classified Ads, "Myth of the Month: Orpheus and Eurydice", "Latin", "Herculanean Double-Take", "Rome's Most Ancient Monument Dates to 15th Century B.C.", "Hospitality and the Roman Traveler", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Cooking with Claudia", "Happy are Those who Mingle with Mythology", "Daphne" poem, "Deja Vu Latine et Grace", Budding Genius quiz, reading comprehension questions from page one, answer key for teachers.

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