Friday, September 18, 2009

Pompeiiana XIX.3, November 1992

Content: "Ego Sum Spartacus!", "Shopping Malls: Modern Replacements for Ancient Baths", "Zeus Comments on Deadly Virus", "Three $1,000 Scholarships to Study Latin Offered", "Roga Me Aliquid", "My Longest Journey" poem , "Legum servi sumus ut liberi esse possimus", "All Roads Really Do Lead to Rome", "Letters to the Editor", "Another Rush", "Heavy Weight Title Determine in Sicily", "Pompeiiana Personae Presenters Reaching Out", "Masada: A Perfect Multi-Dimensional Learning Experience", "Acrea Falls", "Reading Other People's Mail A Great Way to Study History", "Greeks and Romans: Outdoor Culture vs. Indoor Culture", "Hallcius", "Alecto's Venom", "A Harsh Lesson" poem, Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Latin Letters" puzzle, "Greco-Roman Mythology" Crossword, "Mars' Favorite Words" puzzle, "Parts of te Body" puzzle, Libri Optima, "Metamorphoses" puzzle, "Royalty in Review" puzzle, "Syopsis: Third Person Plural Indicative Active", "Phrase Puzzler" crossword, "Who Killed the Chimera" puzzle, "What is a Thunderbolt to Me?" poem, "Have a Happy Thanksgiving: Just remember the Greeks did it first", "Ovid" poem, "Caduceus" poem, "Someone Forgot to Turn Off the Faucet!", "Cookin' Roman", "Similarities Between the Myths of Hercules and Perseus", "A Battle by the Waves" poem, "Messor Saevus" poem, "Moritura Sum" poem, "Recitatio" poem, reading comprehension questions from page 2, "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", comics page, answer key for teachers.

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