Monday, September 21, 2009

Pompeiiana XIX.4, December 1992

Content: "Befana Illa", "Hiems Adest" poem, "Workin' for Latin", "Celebrate the Holidays Roman Style", "The Feast of Saturnalia" poem, "Gladius and Tristius", "It Was As If He Were . . ." poem, "Roga Me Aliquid", "How a Despised Insect Was Created", "An Ancient Day at the Races", "Hiems Non Timenda Est" poem, "Cookin' Roman", "Hope: Part of a Woman's Love" poem, "Apollo and Daphne" poem, "The Demise of a Rich Man" poem, "Glypheria and the Oyster Pearls", "Modern Woman Gives Birth to Two 2,000-Year-Old Etruscans", "O Christmas Tree" poem, Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Cities, Rivers, Lakes, and Mountains" crossword puzzle, "Aliis Verbis" puzzle, "Jason and the Argonauts" crossword puzzle, Libri Optima, "Who Am I?" crossword puzzle, "Career Night in Rome" puzzle, "Why are We Taking Latin?" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Famous Gods and Goddesses" puzzle, "Match the Foods" puzzle, "Calendar Catch" puzzle, "Heros Ille" poem, "Masada" poem, "Under Attack", "Martial Epigram 4.79" poem, "Cyclops" poem, "The Last Day of Pompeii" poem, "Caesarean Limerick", "Catemus Latine: Old and New Favorites" (Chrismas Carols in Latin), "Sol, the Sun God", "Foreshadowing", "To Terentia with Love: From Cicero in Exile" poem, "Roma Periculosa" poem, "Caveat Emptor Vendorque", reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

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