Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Pompeiiana XXI.2, October 1994

Content: "Silva Gumpus: Mundus Per Oculos Pueriles In Corpore Virili Spectatus" (Forrest Gump), "Marcus Junius: A Brave and Honorable Man", "Something Every Well-Rounded Latin Class Should Have", "'Roman' the Alphabet" poem, "Government Scheme to Hoard Grain Revealed", "Why Poor Willow Weeps", "Pennsylvania Latin Teachers Confront the OBE Monster", "Latin Cities Flourish in America", "Midas's Golden Touch Preserved in South Dakota", "How Are You Doing in Latin", "The Discovery of His Life" (Arthur Evans), "From Italian to Latin" poem, "Roga Me Aliquid", "Caesar's Lament" poem, "Banqueting in Suburbia", "A Sabine Lament" poem, "Jason's Big Adventure", "Perseus vs. Medusa" acrostic, "Teacher Watches the Growth of an Archaeological Site", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "The Wonderful 60s" puzzle, "Crypto-Family" puzzle, "Famous Roman Writers" crossword, "One-Eyed Puzzle", "The Classical Orders" puzzle, "Motto Scramble" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Who Am I?" puzzle, "Having a Head for Latin and Greek" puzzle, "Matching Roman History" puzzle, "A Match for Caesar" puzzle, "Going to the Bank" puzzle, Libri Optimi, "Carried Away by Derivatives" puzzle, "See Ya In Church . . . In the Forum", "Roman Dogs Survive in Germany", "Nero" poem, "Vergile's One True Love", "Love Intertwined" poem, Dextro Pede", "5,300 Year Old Italian Shepherd Found Frozen in Northern Italy", "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

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