Thursday, December 17, 2009

Pompeiiana XXV.3, November 1998

Content: "Jesse Castra: Moderna Fabula Cinderellensis", "The Mulvian Bridge . . . Setting for Drama", "Join the Honor Roll", "Adventure in Taormina", "Pygmalion and Galatea", "Pluto & Persephone" poem, "Sample Class Activities for Latin I, II, and III", "Georges Revisited", "Those Dueling Swordfighters!", "Side-by-Side Translation" poems, "Alexander's Contraption", "Medea" poem, "Greek and Roman Man of Strength!" poem, "Quintus Curtius Rufus: Historiae Alexandri", "Ray of Pompeii a la Dr. Seuss", "The Story of the First Rose", "Pick Your Friends Well!" poem, "Watch What You Say, It May be Ancient!", "Cosmes: The Cosmetic Goddess", "Arts, Crafts and Architecture: The Gifts of the Roman Empire", "Jimmy" poem, "Can You Hear Pompeii's Voices?" poem, "Veterans Day in Rome", "Emperor's Annual Chariot Races Under Way", "No Sugar n' Spice Here" poem, "Fall" poem, "The Eleventh Commandment of Rome: 'Thou Shalt Bathe Thy Body'", Roga Me Aliquid, "We Got Those Ol' Roman Blues!", Ancient Greek and Roman Recipes: Patina de Asparagis cum Herbis, "Octavius et Gigas", "R.I.P." poem, Picturae Moventes, Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "A Mythological Burden" puzzle, "The Aeneid, Book I" crossword, "Hac Decade Televisionis Spectacula Iocularissima" puzzle, "It's a Father: Son Thing" puzzle, "A Thanksgiving Cornucopia" crossword, "Res Grammaticae" puzzle, "Searching for Body Parts" wordsearch, "A Thanksgiving-Pie Puzzle", "Now That's Impressive" puzzle, Libri Optimi, "Back to the Basics: Latin, That is!", "Looking Up" poem, reading comprehension questions from page one, "Nuntia Utilia Eis Qui Emptitetis", comics page, answer key for teachers.

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