Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Pompeiiana XX.1, September 1993

Content: "Paradisus Iurassicus" (Jurassic Park), "Reflections of an Empress", "Hail the Conquerors of Latin", "Pompeiiana Annual Meeting", "Psychoanalysis of the Man who Loved Lesbia", "Roga Me Aliquid", "The Sound o Seashells", "The Minoan Civilization" poem, "Mystical Highland" poem, "Romans Coy About a Private Function", "Salve, Nomen mihi est Magistra", "Diary of Staeienus", "Ex Libris Apici", "Crossing the River Styx", "Lost in Time", "Hades" poem, "For Romulus to Justifying His Murder of Remus", "A Poem for All Seasons", "Cerberus" poem, Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Latin Verb Jungle", "Latin for the Rainbow" crossword, "The Seven Kings" crossword, "Symbolic Search" puzzle, "Latin Scrambler Match" puzzle, "Constantine Scramble", Picturae Moventes, "Easy Nouns" word search, "Quis Aut Quid Est?" puzzle, "Ancient Precepts" puzzle, "Where's the Latin?" word search, Libri Optimi, "Ten Roman Emperors and Their Connections with Christianity", "A Long, Lonely Fall" poem, "When it Came to Getting Bored, Turnabout Was Definitely Fair Play", "The Eye of the Beholder" poem, "Greece: Known by All, Understood by Few", "What's in a Name" acrostic, "A Boy Named Caeruleus", Caveant Emptor Vendorque, "Watch Out for That Bolt!", "Feles" poem, "Dear Diary", "Rex Midas et Tactus Aureus", reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

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