Thursday, July 30, 2009

Pompeiiana XVI.1, September 1989

Content: "Carpe Diem: Poetis Mortuis Societas" (Dead Poets' Society), "Aphrodite Was No Lady", "Scratch a Myth, Find a Fact", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Beverly Hills Director Praises Latin", "Vergil: A Physical 'Wimp' Who Understood the Psychology of 'Manly' Leadership", "Arachne" poem, "Counting Kisses" poem, "Latin: You Like It, You're Good At It, Why Not Teach It?", "Rome: The Eternal City . . . Eternally Changing, That Is", "Discipuli" poem, "'Twenty-First Century' Controversy Heats Up", "Italian Contribution to English Vocabulary: Pars I", "Classical Connections: Mythology", "Tales of the Tiber", "Esperanto: Another Fringe Benefit for Latin Students", "The Attach of the Killer Roman Numerals", "Frank Fowle: 'Justice Is a State or Condition of No Injury'", "Legendary Women of Early Rome", "The Romans Seen Through Their Art", Comics page, "Baking with Modestus", "Knowledge and Nostalgia Yield to Needs of Modern London", "Roman Cargo Arrives in Florence 2,100 Years Late", "Humanitas, Humanitatis, F. = 'Humanizing Achievement in Television", Classified Ads, Carmina Optima Eorum Auctores, Conundrums, "Aenigma Subiunctivorum" crossword, "Amphora Graeca" crossword, "Who's in Charge here" puzzle, "Comparison of Adjectives" puzzle, "Double Trouble" puzzle, "Famous Sites of Rome" puzzle, reading comprehension questions from page one, answer key for teachers.

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