Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Pompeiiana XV.3, November 1988

Content: "Quo usque tandem abutemini, Democratici, potentia nostra?", "Quam diu etiam ista Domus Alba nos eludet?", "Latin No Longer an 'Ivory Tower' Subject", "So That's What 'Triumvirate' Means", "A Biography of Augustus Fred", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Volcanoes, Latin, and Outer Space", "The Glory and Grandeur of Ancient Greece and Rome Still Turns a Profit for Investors", "Musae Romanae" poem, "Latin Still Opening College Doors for High School Seniors", "Sing Along with Terpsichore", "Ancient Coinage and Modern Olympic Medals", "If You Can Handle 'Delayed Gratification', You Should Consider Teaching Latin", "Myths in Art: The Garden of the Hesperides", "Pompeii", "NEH Summer Seminars for School Teachers", "Floral and Faunal Myths: The Lynx, the Locust and the Laurel Tree", "Catullus Novus" poem, "Hercules" poem, "National Archaeological Museum, Athens", Comics page, "Shooting for the Gold", "Claudia's Kitchen", "Cave Sedem!" poem, Classified Ads, "Carmina Optima et Auctores Eorum", "In Search of the Gods" puzzle, "Imperial Search" wordsearch, "Intellectual Sustenance" puzzle, crossword puzzle, matching quiz, Budding Genius quiz, reading comprehension questions from page one, answer key for teachers.

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