Friday, September 18, 2009

Pompeiiana XIX.3, November 1992

Content: "Ego Sum Spartacus!", "Shopping Malls: Modern Replacements for Ancient Baths", "Zeus Comments on Deadly Virus", "Three $1,000 Scholarships to Study Latin Offered", "Roga Me Aliquid", "My Longest Journey" poem , "Legum servi sumus ut liberi esse possimus", "All Roads Really Do Lead to Rome", "Letters to the Editor", "Another Rush", "Heavy Weight Title Determine in Sicily", "Pompeiiana Personae Presenters Reaching Out", "Masada: A Perfect Multi-Dimensional Learning Experience", "Acrea Falls", "Reading Other People's Mail A Great Way to Study History", "Greeks and Romans: Outdoor Culture vs. Indoor Culture", "Hallcius", "Alecto's Venom", "A Harsh Lesson" poem, Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Latin Letters" puzzle, "Greco-Roman Mythology" Crossword, "Mars' Favorite Words" puzzle, "Parts of te Body" puzzle, Libri Optima, "Metamorphoses" puzzle, "Royalty in Review" puzzle, "Syopsis: Third Person Plural Indicative Active", "Phrase Puzzler" crossword, "Who Killed the Chimera" puzzle, "What is a Thunderbolt to Me?" poem, "Have a Happy Thanksgiving: Just remember the Greeks did it first", "Ovid" poem, "Caduceus" poem, "Someone Forgot to Turn Off the Faucet!", "Cookin' Roman", "Similarities Between the Myths of Hercules and Perseus", "A Battle by the Waves" poem, "Messor Saevus" poem, "Moritura Sum" poem, "Recitatio" poem, reading comprehension questions from page 2, "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", comics page, answer key for teachers.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Pompeiiana XIX.2, October 1992

Content: "Vestes Novae Imperatoris", "Mosquitoes, Mussolini, and Malaria", "Walnut Hills H.S.", "Pompeiiana Introduces New Format", "Roga Me Aliquid", "The Sirens" poem, "Hero Pushes Wife Over the Edge", "Elvis", "Imbiber's Latin Plea for Mercy", "Orpheus and Eurydice" poem, "The Trojan War" poem, "Sports Review", "Roman Food" poem, "She Had the Itch", "Venus in Copper", "Bird Bath Mosaic Reproduced in Nebraska", "Why Ask Why?" poem, "Cookin' Roman", "Caudiane Furculae" poem, "Where Light Bulbs Come From", "Caesar" poem, "Theseus et Minotaurus" play in Latin, "Verbs for the Beginner" crossword, "Libri Optima", "Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores", "A Travelling Match Game" puzzle, "Famous Latin Sayings" rebus, "Roman Clothing" crossword, "Just for Fun" crossword, "Roman Courts" puzzle, "Well-Turnd Phrases" puzzle, "Praenomina Scramble" puzzle, "Getting to the Root of the Matter" puzzle, "Picturae Moventes", "The Twelve Caesars" puzzle, "Musical Match" puzzle, "Dido's Farewell" poem, "'Re' Nor Really 'A Drop of Golden Sun'", "I am Woman" poem, "Athenian Limerick", "A Valentine" poem, "Charges of Racism Leveled at Classical Scholars", "Cleopatra" poem, "Pompeii's Music Center", "Director of Pompeiiana, Inc. Cited for Most Important Contribution to the Promotion of Latin in 1991-92", Comics page, "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", "An Etymologist Looks at Daydreaming", "The Promises of the Drunk" poem, reading comprehension questions from page 2, answer key for teachers.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Pompeiiana XIX.1, September 1992

Content: "Vespertilio-Vir Revenit" (Batman), "Pompeii Now Computer-Enhanced", "Pompeiiana Annual Meeting", "Standing Up for Latin", "Latin Enrollments Growing in Chicago Elementary Schools", "Slangin' It Out In Latin", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Four Capture Archery Trophies", "Emotions" poem, "Animi Motus" poem, "If You're in a Hurry, Don't Go to Venice", "International Plea for Pen Pals", "Typhon's Trouble", "Letters to the Editor", "The Struggle for Political Equity by the Plebeians and the Rise of Women in U.S. Politics", "Big Apple Saved by Sax", "Live Reports from Troy", "To Daphne" poem, "Latin's a Ball!" poem, "Checklist: Reasons to Take Latin", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "It's Logical" puzzle, "Quis Fecit Illud?" puzzle, "Caesaris Vita" crossword, "Opposites" crossword, "Across the Ionian Sea" crossword, "Match the Greek to the Latin" puzzle, "Aenigmata Numerorum" puzzle, "Movie Quest" puzzle, "Picturae Moventes" puzzle, "Libri Optime" puzzle, "Quid dixit quid?" puzzle, "Antiqui" poems, "Athena is Back!", "Rome the Founding" puzzle, "Golden Fleece with a Twist", "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", Comics page, reading comprehension questions from page 2, answer key for teachers.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Pompeiiana XVIII.9, May 1992

Content: "Pulchritudo Bestiaque" (Beauty and the Beast), "Zero Hour: Exams Bring Visions" poem, "Pompeiiana Annual Meeting Scheduled", "Renewal Card Guarantees Timely September Delivery", "A Day in the Life of Antonius, Cattle Breeder", "Cena Specials", "Dis Manibus", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Constantine Not at Battles of Mursa and Mount Seleucus", "Funereal Foot Race", "The Thirteenth Labor of Hercules", "Juilius Caesar" poems, "The Esquiline . . . A Study in Contrast", "Festina Lente!" poem, "Battle Fields of Troy" poem, "Humanitas Classica", "Students Get Into the Spirit of Martial", "A Day in the Life of Scylax", "Abbott and Costello Go Latin", "Legionnaire Score Board", Classified Ads, Comics page, Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Vita Thesei" crossword puzzle, "The Best Possible Throw of Dice" puzzle, "Gallic War" Word Search, reading comprehension questions from page one, answer key for teachers.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Pompeiiana XVIII.8, April 1992

Content: "Bonata Blairensis: Atalanta in Calceis Ferratis" (Bonnie Blair), "Acti Pilati", "The Struggle for Power", "Legionnaire Score Board", "Quotable Latin", "The Quest of the Golden Fleece Continues" poem, "Cena Specials", "XXIV orae in Vita Gladiatoris Romani", "Diana" poem, "The War of the Gods", "Ode to a Toothache", "Marcus Porcius Cato . . . Thunder on the Right", "Poor Julius" poem, "Caesar's Haircut" poem, "Invida", "It Must Be Spring, I Saw a Fight!", "Top Secret Documents", "Incarnation of Pollution", "Money Says it All", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Laying out the Romans", "Take That!", "Aeneas and Dido" poem, Classified Ads, Comics page, Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Now It's Your Turn" puzzle, "Greek and Roman Gods" crossword puzzle, "Garbled Gods" puzzle, "Tempus Fugit" puzzle, "Proelia Romae" puzzle, "Brain-Teaser", "Spring-time Lovers" wordsearch, reading comprehension questions from page one, answer key for teachers.