Wednesday, July 8, 2009

100th issue! Pompeiiana XV.4, December 1988

Welcome to the 100th issue of Pompeiiana!

Content: "Grus Grata", "The Roman Saturnalia", "12th National Chariathon provides a Glorious End to a Grand Tradition", "Poets on Parade", "Musae Romanae" poem, "A Deponent Ditty", "What Do You Mean You Can't Spell?", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Soccer No New Game", "I Guess You Had to Be There", "Latin Lives On (ad infinitum), "Io! Saturnalia! No, Happy New Year! No, Merry Christmas!", "Myths in Art: The Rape of Europa", "Sing Along with Terpsichore", "He Wrote the Book on Saturnalia", "Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli", "On the High Seas with Julius Caesar", "Floral and Faunal Myths: The Partridge, The Dove, and the Narcissus", "Boadicea: An Ode", "Homer Lives and his name is Frank F. Fowle, III", "Museum of Fine Arts, Boston", Comics page, "Shooting for the Gold", "Publishers Finally Reaching Out to Classicists", "Your Main Clue to Remembering a Word is its Root", "Claudia's Kitchen", Classified Ads, "Carmina Optima et Auctores Eorum", "Labyrinth" puzzles, "Picturae Moventes" puzzle, "Soul Search" puzzle, Christmas tree crossword puzzle, Budding Genius quiz, reading comprension questions from page one, answer key for teachers.

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