Friday, October 30, 2009

Pompeiiana XXII.4, December 1995

Content: "Tympanista Puerilis", "The Novelty of Discovering the Past", "Philip, Alexander and the Hellenistic World", "Recruitment", "The Innovation of the Acropolis", "Roman Women's Clothing", "A Comparison of Roman 'Cum Manu' Weddings and Modern Jewish Weddings", "Latin Inscription Graces Marilyn's Last Home", "Catullus: 200 Proof!", "Piazza Navona . . . Then and Now", "Moving Toward an E-Mail Phone Book for Latin Teachers", "Amor Didonis" poem, "The Cleverest Man Alive", "The Danaids" poem, "Latin IV Students Leave Mosaic Memento", "Aeneas", "Is It Still Politically Correct to Celebrate Our National Pastime?", "Calaero the Harpy" poem, "The Poor and the Rich", "The 'Ssslyest' Revenge", "These Roman Thermae Aren't Half Bad!", Roga Me Aliquid, "Voices of the God: The Sibyl of Cumae", "An Excerpt from Yeats' 'The Second Comnig'", "Sites of Rome", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, Libri Optimi, "Livy I" crossword, "Intra Oppidum Romanum", "Looking for the Gods" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Clash of the Titans" crossword, "Alexander the Great", "Olympian Roles" puzzle, "Titus Lucretius Carus", Coquamus Romane, "A Satyric Night" poem, "Why the Chameleon Changes Colors", "Finally, A Student Work-Partner System That Kids Like That Works", "The Siege", "O! Sweet Maro!" poem, "Thadia", "Dear Parents", "Quid est 'Quid?': The Interrogative Pronoun Made Simple", "Aratio", "She Loves Me Not" poem, "Teacher Needs Help Finding Model of Rome", Caveant Emptor Vendorque, reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

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