Thursday, July 9, 2009

Pompeiiana XV.5, January 1989

Content: "Somnium Habeo" (Latin translation of Martin Luther King, Junior's "I Have a Dream" speech), "The Origin of January", "Latin Not Always Such a Happy Experience", "Ludi Romani VI", "Typical Latin Scholar" comic featuring Bill the Cat of Bloom County, "Musae Romanae" poem, "Aeneas and Dido Still Hanging Around in Cleveland", "Marcus Tullius Cicero: An Unearthed Autobiography", "McDonald's Delinda Est", "Roga Me Aliquid", "The Simple, Logical Solution: Always a Sign of Genius", "Sing Along with Terpsichore", "Dialogue for 'Ulysses' Special", "Heroes" poem, "Ha! Hahae! Hahahae!", "Myths in Art: The Rape of the Sabine Women", "Troy", "Cruisin' with Latin", "Floral and Faunal Myths: The Weasel, The Wolf and The Mint", "Omnipotens Vivit" poem, "Poemata Brevia" poem, "Iason" poem, "Roman Cover Girls", "Roman Precedent Provides Answer for Indiana House of Representatives", "New York City, Here I Come", "Museo Nazionale, Naples", Comics page, "Shooting for the Gold", "Claudia's Kitchen", "Those Swingin' Romans", "Only the Mosquitoes Know What Happened to the Rest of Paestum", Classified Ads, Carmina Optima et Auctores Eorum, Budding Genius quiz, reading comprehension questions from page one, "Cicero's Corner" puzzle, "The Roman House" puzzle, "Labyrinth" puzzle, "Televisionis Spectacula Acceptissima" puzzle, "Greek Gods, Goddesses, Heroes & Places" crossword puzzle, answer key for teachers.

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