Friday, July 10, 2009

Pompeiiana XV.6, February 1989

Please note that Pompeiiana will be on hiatus from July 13-17, with new issues posted beginning July 20.

Content: "Simia, Ab Georgio Michaele" (Latin lyrics to "Monkey" by George Michael), "'Earliest' Roman Letters Show How Ordinary Guys Lived, ca. 130 A.D.", "Lupercalia", "English: It's All Greek to Me", "Musae Romanae" poem, "What a Silly Custom!", "So...Just Where is Terpsichore Street?", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Non Est Semper Facile", "Join the Roman Army", "Blondes Have More Fun", "Myths in Art: The Meeting of Ulysses and Telemachus", "Sing Along with Terpsichore", "I Know What the Words Mean But it Doesn't Make Any Sense!", "Mycenae", "Poemata Brevia", "Floral and Faunal Myths: The Bear, The Heifer and the Hyacinth", "Greek and Roman Vocational Education", "Musei Capitolini, Rome", "Got a Black Eye?", Comics page, "Shooting for the Gold", "Lesson Plan for an In-Class Slave Auction", "Claudia's Kitchen", "Valentine's Day", Classified Ads, Carmina Optima et Auctores Eorum, Budding Genius quiz, reading comprehension questions from page one, "Prepositional Word Search", "Labyrinth Puzzles", "Qui Sumus?", "Latin Word Whiz" puzzle, "Televisionis Spectacula" puzzle, answer key for teachers.

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