Friday, July 31, 2009

Pompeiiana XVI.2, October 1989

Content: "Saxa Volventia in Circuitu" (Rolling Stones article), "New Clues to the Origin of Pompeian Atrium-style Houses", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Echo and Narcissus" poem, "Veni, O Magne Pepon, Da Nobis Dulcia!", "Italian Contributions to English Vocabulary", "Roman 'Round the Country", "The Fatal Wine" poem, "Poly's Preparations", "Maenad Mania", "Arma" poem, "The Sirens" poem, "Roman Roads", "The National Pedifollis League Hodie", "Etruscan Art", "Virtuous Women of Early Rome", "Computer Latin", "Helen of Troy" poem, Comics page, "Baking with Modestus", "The Poetic Genius of Catullus", "The Poison" poem, Classified Ads, Carmina Optima eorum Auctores, "A 'Ph'ony" Word Search", "How Well Did You Read?", "Spectacula in Televisione", "Sink Your Teeth Into This!", "Greco-Latin Crossword", "Caesar's Puzzle", answer key for teachers.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Pompeiiana XVI.1, September 1989

Content: "Carpe Diem: Poetis Mortuis Societas" (Dead Poets' Society), "Aphrodite Was No Lady", "Scratch a Myth, Find a Fact", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Beverly Hills Director Praises Latin", "Vergil: A Physical 'Wimp' Who Understood the Psychology of 'Manly' Leadership", "Arachne" poem, "Counting Kisses" poem, "Latin: You Like It, You're Good At It, Why Not Teach It?", "Rome: The Eternal City . . . Eternally Changing, That Is", "Discipuli" poem, "'Twenty-First Century' Controversy Heats Up", "Italian Contribution to English Vocabulary: Pars I", "Classical Connections: Mythology", "Tales of the Tiber", "Esperanto: Another Fringe Benefit for Latin Students", "The Attach of the Killer Roman Numerals", "Frank Fowle: 'Justice Is a State or Condition of No Injury'", "Legendary Women of Early Rome", "The Romans Seen Through Their Art", Comics page, "Baking with Modestus", "Knowledge and Nostalgia Yield to Needs of Modern London", "Roman Cargo Arrives in Florence 2,100 Years Late", "Humanitas, Humanitatis, F. = 'Humanizing Achievement in Television", Classified Ads, Carmina Optima Eorum Auctores, Conundrums, "Aenigma Subiunctivorum" crossword, "Amphora Graeca" crossword, "Who's in Charge here" puzzle, "Comparison of Adjectives" puzzle, "Double Trouble" puzzle, "Famous Sites of Rome" puzzle, reading comprehension questions from page one, answer key for teachers.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Pompeiiana XV.9, May 1989

Content: "Si Quaeris Amoenam Victoriam, Circumspice!", "Modern Myth", "The Romans Ate Vegetables -- But They Had a Passion fo Asparagus", "The Western World's Only Pyramid", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Parvi Pupi", "Musae Romanae: Fairwell to the Muse" poem, "So You Want a Good Translation", "Sing Along with Terpsichore", "Fun with 'Mitto'", "Big Business From Roman Horse Races", "Colloquium" Latin dialogue, "When is Eros not Eros?", "The Roman Nose", "Rap On, Caesar, Rap On", "Sing Along with Terpsichore", "Myths in Art: Garden Herms of Dionysus and a Maenad", "The Acropolis", "The Gods" poem, "Floral and Faunal Myths: The Lizard, The Woodpecker and the Anemone", "Fabula De Tonitru", "The Clone of Persephone", "The Pergamon Museum", "The Truth About Triremes", Comics page, "Magnum Proventum Poetarum Annus Hic Attulit", "Artes Latinae", "Claudia's Kitchen", Classified Ads, Carmina Optima et Aucotres Eorum, Budding Genius quiz, "Famous Romans" puzzle, "'Roman' for a Match" puzzle, "Roman Domain" wordsearch, "Gods and Their Activities" puzzle, reading comprehension questions from page one, answer key for teachers.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Pompeiiana XV.8, April 1989

Content: "Arnoldus Schwarzenegger", "Maureen O'Donnell: Teacher of Latin Par Excellence", "April 21: The Birthday of Rome", "Latin and the Idiot Factor", "We Come to Praise Caesarea", "Musae Romanae: The Theogony (I.30-115)", "Julius Caesar" poem, "Poema in Indianese Scriptum", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Poemata in Ohiense Scripta", "The Eternal City of...?", "Myths in Art: Prometheus", "Pyramus and Thisbe" poem, "Sing Along with Terpsichore", "Epidaurus", "Floral and Faunal Myths: Magpies, Swans and Reeds", "Roman Clue" game, "Claudia's Kitchen", "I Know Your Name", "Sonnet XVIII", Classified Ads, "Amatorculae Litterae", "Poemata in Novo Eboraco Scripta", "J. Paul Getty Museum", "Carmina Optima et Auctores Eorum", "Proscriptiones" puzzle, "Acronymic Mythology" puzzle, "Translation" wordsearch, "How Many Myths do you Know" puzzle, "Mystery of Myths" puzzle, "Word Jumble", Budding Genius quiz, "Nuntia Arcana", "The Labors of Hercules" puzzle, "Corporis Partes" wordsearch, "Mostly Greek Mythology" crossword puzzle, reading comprehension questions from page one, Comics page, answer key for teachers.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Pompeiiana XV.7, March 1989

Pompeiiana Newsletter is now back from haiatus and resumes its schedule of five issues/week!

Content: "Elisabetha Mediatrix" (Bette Middler), "If You Think Julius Caesar Doesn't Matter to Us, Try Living with the Old Lunar Calendar!", "The Twenty-First Century: Let's Get It Right From the Start!", "In Memoriam: Frank Fowle II", "Latin May be Precise, but Try Getting Two Latin Teachers to Agree Precisely", "Hey, Caesar, Don't You Know Which Way North Is?", "Verus Amor", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Fun with Words", "Musae Romanae: The Tears of the Muses", "Update on Romulus' Walls", "Authentic Roman Coins Still on the Market", "Little Tullia", "Caesar Not Delivered by Caesarean Section", "Myths in Art: Nemesis", "Sing Along with Terpsichore", "Contract Cartoonists Sought for '89-'90", "Delphi", "Eau de Caesar", "Floral and Faunal Myths: The Heron, The Screech Owl, The Oak and The Linden", "Latine Loqui Libet", "A Vergilio Excitata", "The Roman News", "The Aeneid, Bk. I", "Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York", Comics page, "The Ides of March: Time for Roman Around", "Claudia's Kitchen", "Latin Class Euphoria", "Derivative Temple Drawing", "The Only English Film Ever Made in Latin", "Poemata Brevia", Classified Ads, Carmina Optima et Auctores Eorum, Budding Genius quiz, "Vocational Placements" puzzle, "Children's Books" puzzle, "Televisionis Spectacula" puzzle, "Labyrinth" puzzle, "A Slave's Quest" puzzle, "Deponent Verbs" puzzle, answer key for teachers.