Thursday, October 29, 2009

Pompeiiana XXII.3, November 1995

Content: "Hiems Venit. Tempus Est Cogitare De Frigore et De Alasca", "Horologia", "Florence: a City of Multiple Personalities", "Dying Man" poem, "The Roman Army: Changes Through History", "Left-Over Parts", "And Now, Here's the News . . . in Latin", "The Toga and Other Roman Men's Garments", "Publius Vergilius Maro", "The Case for Case", "Latin Teacher Wins $25,000 Award", "Dear Diary", "Aphrodite" poem, "Apollo and the Sacred Grove of Delphi", "Latin Teacher Extraordinaire", "Roga Me Aliquid", "The Mystical Language of Learning" poem, "The Parthenon", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, Libri Optimi, "Monster Matching" puzzle, "Ubinam Sumus?" puzzle, "Searching for Latin in Today's World" puzzle, "Pithy Latin Phrases" crossword, "Roman Numeral Matching" puzzle, "The Bruti: Defenders of the Republic", "Roman Architecture" wordsearch, "Dizzy Deities" puzzle, "Do You Know the Latin Word for . . . ?" crossword, Coquamus Romane, "Rules on High" poem, "The Peloponnesian War: A Greek Autopsy", "Frascati . . . Then and Now", "Hail Caesar", "Tarquinia Superbus" poem, "Diamante" poem, Caveant Emptor Venorque, reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

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