Monday, July 6, 2009

Pompeiiana XV.2, October 1988

Content: "Atalanta Nova: Florentia Griffithia Junctrix" (Florence Griffith Joyner), "Mysterious 'Sockets' at Actium War Memorial Reveal Startling Facts", "New Excavations May Have Unearthed Romulus' Wall", "I, Juno" poem, "Musae Romanae: Thalia" poem, "Roga Me Aliquid", "Technical Communication Pioneered by the Romans", "Latin and Greek for Future Soviet Leaders?", "A Day in Rome", "Now You Have a Friend in England", "Of Memories and Fears", "Sing Along with Terpsichore", "Myths in Art: The Lament for Icarus", "The Necropolis of Cerveteri", "The Plight and Fight of Theseus", "Floral and Faunal Myths", "Walls of Paradise" poem, "Cicero's Most Memorable Oration", "And You Think Reading Caesar is Hard", "Theseus Poem", "Musée du Louvre, Paris", Comics page, Classified Ads, "Shooting for the Gold", "Who is Scylla?", "Claudia's Kitchen", "Iason Argonautaeque" poem, "Mythology: The Ancient Approach to Modern Questions", Classified Ads, "Carmina Optima et Auctores Eorum", "Where Have the Months Gone?", Budding Genius Quiz, "Baseball" puzzle, "Search for Troy" crossword, "Some Latin 'Nobodies'", "Verbum Perpendiculare", answer key for teachers.

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