Monday, September 28, 2009

Pompeiiana XIX.9, May 1993

Content: "Extremus" (the Latin name for rock band Extreme), "Youths Lose Ties with Culture", "Man's Misfortune and His Hope" poem, "The 'Wright' Way to Teach Latin", "Roga Me Aliquid", "In Memory of Marcus Tullius Cicero", "Via Appia" poem, "The Magic of Mega Mosaics", "A New Master", "Martial Through the Eyes of Modern Teens" poetry, "Tom Jones", "The Glue That Held the Roman Empire Together", "Feed Your Head" poem, "Stradius", "So You Want to Become a Roman Banker . . .", "Mt. Judgment", "Ars Longa, Vita Brevis", "I Want to Come Back as a Word", "Venus Lives on in the Vocabulary of Love", "Statius Albius Oppianicus", "Augustus Living on in Marble and a Month", Carmina Optima et Eotrum Auctores, "Ancient Rome of Today" puzzle, "A Little History of Rome" crossword puzzle, "Naming the Nymphs" puzzle, "Matching Famous Roman Writers" puzzle, "Cryptoquotes" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Magicum Regnum" puzzle, "Phrase of the Day" word search, "Pax" word search, "Greek God Scrambler", "Scrambled Roman" puzzle, "Quis Aut Quid Est?" puzzle, Libri Optima, "Twelve Modern Labors for Hercules", "Frustrations of Zeus", "Confessions of a Peeping Tom", "Cookin' Roman", "Hail to Pompeiiana" poem, "A Day in the Life of Claudius Cornelius", "Apollo's Work" poem, "The War of Ater and Albus", "The Apollo Theater", "Medusa" limerick, "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", comics page, answer key for teachers.

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