Monday, November 9, 2009

Pompeiiana XXII.9, May 1996

Content: "Fratres Coen et 'Fargo'", "Legacies of Vesuvius", "Could Teaching Latin be the Elixir of Life", "Election Speech", "Machina", "Padua . . . Then and Now", "Perseus, Worshipped by the Roman Legions?", "C. Iulius Caesar Octavianus: Augustus et Pater Patriae", "From Bath to Cathedral", "A Visit with Glaucus, Owner of the House of the Tragic Poet", "Francesco Petrarca", "The Roman Navy", Roga Me Aliquid, Carmina Optima et Eoarum Auctores, Libri Optimi, "A Little Bit of Caesar" crossword puzzle, "Myth Monikers" puzzle, "Mystery Phrase" puzzle, "Sister Act" puzzle, "Message Mottos" puzzle, "Deity Description" puzzle, "Roman Television" puzzle, "Amor Post Meridiem" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "The Fall of Rome: It's History", Coquamus Romane", "No Rest and No Peace" poem, "Romans Often Won the War After Losing the Battle", "Thinking About Halloween . . . Again", "Have Toga, Will Party", "The Dreaded Passive Periphrastic", "A Warning" poem, "Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema: Painter of 'Victorians in Togas'", Caveant Emptor Vendorque, reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

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