Monday, August 3, 2009

Pompeiiana XVI.3, November 1989

Content: "Rosa Anna: Americae Dea Domestica" (Roseanne Barr), "Modern Romans Struggle to Preserve Their Tourist Attractions", "Journal Entry On An Italian Trip", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Roman Art : An Interpretation of the Past", "Italian Contributions to English Vocabulary", "Is This Cleverness or Blasphemy?", "A Tale of Two Cities", "Up Their Sleeves . . .", "Big Bad Tullia", "Pegasus" poem, "Egyptian Art as a Clue to Their Civilization", "Rapunzel: In Latin!", "Per Poetarum Oculos" poems, "Apollo and Raina", "The Pantheon: Hadrian's Masterpiece", "Venus de Milo: Still Disarming After 150 Years", "Julius Caesar's Women", "Ludi Plebeli", Comics page, "Baking with Modestus", "Roman Emperor Trivia", "Cicero vs. Catiline" poem, Classified Ads, Carmina Optima Eorum Auctores, "A 'Perfect' Word Search", "Theta's the Thing" puzzle, "Mythology: Matching and Naming", ""Mythological Characters" puzzle, "Lost and Found" wordsearch, "English Phrases in Latin", reading comprehension questions from page one, answer key for teachers.

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