Friday, October 2, 2009

Pompeiiana XX.4, December 1993

Comments: "Fabula de Festo Nativitatis Christi" ("A Christmas Carol"), "Let's Face It Because We're Photosensitive We're Always Parted in December", "Pro Cicerone", "Ancient Greek Heroes Really Were Pigs", "The Griffin and The Horse: Harmony at Last", "Tria Carmina" poems, "Where Coins Got Their Start", "Ex Libris Apici", "Cincinnatus", "Latin for the Masses", "Fabula de Agricola et Filiis", "Athena Demoted from Chryselephantine to Gypsatovitreoline", "Decius", "Meeth Thana Annia, The Etruscan Lady", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Litterae ex Germania", "In Ciceronis Memoriam", "The Netherworld" poem, "Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores", "Roman Culture" crossword, "Map Quest" word search, Picturae Moventes, "Learning from Cicero" puzzle, "Nicknames" jumble, word search, Libri Optimi, "Picturing Latin" puzzle, "O Ye Gods!" crossword, "Seasons" puzzle, "Infinite Infinitives" puzzle, "Christianity's Architectural Revenge", "Just Because Grandma is an Avia Doesn't Mean Grandpa's an Avius!" song, "Roman Slave" acrostic, "Salve, Nomen mihi est Magistra", "Hecuba's Lament", "Indiana Jones: More Fact than Fiction", "TheWere 14,000 Students on Campus in 250 BC", "Latin" poem, "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Pompeiiana XX.3, November 1993

Content: "Pax Cum Inimicis Vestris Vobis Faceinda Est", "Students of the Rain Forests Follow in the Footsteps of Dioscurides and Pliny the Elder", "The Role of Latin in Producing a Bilingual Population", "If It Were Easy, Everyone Would Study It", "The Read Wheelbarrow" poem translation, "Trajan", "Echo" poem, "The Assignment That Got Out of Control", "Keeping Spirits Up in Latin", "San Stefano Rotondo: Antiquity Revisited", "The Never Stopped Singing", "A Real Roman Soldier Came to Our School", "Roga Me Aliquid", "We're So Young by Comparison", "One of Italy's Most Famous Landmarks Easily Overlooked", "Salve, Nomen Mihi est Magistra", "Cyclops" poem, "Ave Atque Vale", "A Speech to the Black People", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "You've Met Your Match" puzzle, "Aeneid Enigmas" crossword puzzle, "Search for the Roman Gods" word search, "Searching for Kirk" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "In Search of a Good Emperor" puzzle, "For Latin I Students Only" word search, "Facing up to the Facts" puzzle, "Hockey Teams" puzzle, "Abbreviations Et Al." crossword, Libri Optimi, "The Cryng Game" lyrics, "Ex Libris Apici", "Just Don't Touch my Hair", "Vacation Plans Gone Awry" poem, "Latin Student Makes a Fortune Seeling Arms and Dedicates His Life to Archaeology", "A Latin Dialect: The Mother of Modern-Day Spanish", "Sphinx" poem, "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Pompeiiana XX.2, October 1993

Content: "Melvinus Gibides" (Mel Gibson), "The Thrills of Dancing Come Full Cycle", "Latin School Tradition Alive and Well in America", "Latin Limerick", "Salve, Nomen mihi est Magistra!", "Hercules to Leave Thebe", "Hello Mother, Hello Father", "Rat Race Got You Down?", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Bravo! Brava!", "Cerberus" acrostic, "The Use of 'Who' and 'Whom'", "Who's More Important, The Living or the Dead?", "Rainbow" poem, "Caesar Accepts Title of 'Rex'", "Diamonds Weren't a Girl's Best Friend", "In Defense of Heracles", "How Can a Man So Great be So Little Honored in his Own Country?" (Vergil), "Neith, Goddess of the City of Sais" poem, "Indianapolis Honors Mausolus, Ancient King of Asia Minor", "Ex Libris Apici", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Imperial Greetings" puzzle, "Happy New Year" crossword, "Holy Subjunctive, Batman!" puzzle, "Picturing Latin" puzzle, "Roman Slaves" puzzle, "Want a Date?" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "A Royal Match" puzzle, "Searching for Pompeii" word search, "That's Entertainment" puzzle, "In Search of Latin" puzzle, "Silly Substitution" puzzle, Libri Optimi, "'Neutral' Colors" word search, "Caligula" puzzle, "Rome's Capitoline Hill . . . Enchanted Ground", "Miser Catulle" poem, "Proserpina" poem, "New Pharaoh Assumes Throne in Egypt", "Domitian", "The Fight" poem, "The Real Story of Icarus and Daedalus", "How Zeus and Hera Met and Why the Sky is Blue", "If I Don't Understand the Origins of a Word, I Refuse to Accept It Into My Vocabulary", "Icarus Speaks Out" poem, "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachcers.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Pompeiiana XX.1, September 1993

Content: "Paradisus Iurassicus" (Jurassic Park), "Reflections of an Empress", "Hail the Conquerors of Latin", "Pompeiiana Annual Meeting", "Psychoanalysis of the Man who Loved Lesbia", "Roga Me Aliquid", "The Sound o Seashells", "The Minoan Civilization" poem, "Mystical Highland" poem, "Romans Coy About a Private Function", "Salve, Nomen mihi est Magistra", "Diary of Staeienus", "Ex Libris Apici", "Crossing the River Styx", "Lost in Time", "Hades" poem, "For Romulus to Justifying His Murder of Remus", "A Poem for All Seasons", "Cerberus" poem, Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Latin Verb Jungle", "Latin for the Rainbow" crossword, "The Seven Kings" crossword, "Symbolic Search" puzzle, "Latin Scrambler Match" puzzle, "Constantine Scramble", Picturae Moventes, "Easy Nouns" word search, "Quis Aut Quid Est?" puzzle, "Ancient Precepts" puzzle, "Where's the Latin?" word search, Libri Optimi, "Ten Roman Emperors and Their Connections with Christianity", "A Long, Lonely Fall" poem, "When it Came to Getting Bored, Turnabout Was Definitely Fair Play", "The Eye of the Beholder" poem, "Greece: Known by All, Understood by Few", "What's in a Name" acrostic, "A Boy Named Caeruleus", Caveant Emptor Vendorque, "Watch Out for That Bolt!", "Feles" poem, "Dear Diary", "Rex Midas et Tactus Aureus", reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Pompeiiana XIX.9, May 1993

Content: "Extremus" (the Latin name for rock band Extreme), "Youths Lose Ties with Culture", "Man's Misfortune and His Hope" poem, "The 'Wright' Way to Teach Latin", "Roga Me Aliquid", "In Memory of Marcus Tullius Cicero", "Via Appia" poem, "The Magic of Mega Mosaics", "A New Master", "Martial Through the Eyes of Modern Teens" poetry, "Tom Jones", "The Glue That Held the Roman Empire Together", "Feed Your Head" poem, "Stradius", "So You Want to Become a Roman Banker . . .", "Mt. Judgment", "Ars Longa, Vita Brevis", "I Want to Come Back as a Word", "Venus Lives on in the Vocabulary of Love", "Statius Albius Oppianicus", "Augustus Living on in Marble and a Month", Carmina Optima et Eotrum Auctores, "Ancient Rome of Today" puzzle, "A Little History of Rome" crossword puzzle, "Naming the Nymphs" puzzle, "Matching Famous Roman Writers" puzzle, "Cryptoquotes" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Magicum Regnum" puzzle, "Phrase of the Day" word search, "Pax" word search, "Greek God Scrambler", "Scrambled Roman" puzzle, "Quis Aut Quid Est?" puzzle, Libri Optima, "Twelve Modern Labors for Hercules", "Frustrations of Zeus", "Confessions of a Peeping Tom", "Cookin' Roman", "Hail to Pompeiiana" poem, "A Day in the Life of Claudius Cornelius", "Apollo's Work" poem, "The War of Ater and Albus", "The Apollo Theater", "Medusa" limerick, "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", comics page, answer key for teachers.