Friday, October 9, 2009

Pompeiiana XX.8, April 1994

Content: "Tandem! Daniel iansen Aureum Nummum Olympicum Meret" (Olympian Dan Jansen), "Pompeii: Recreating the Ruins", "Polyphemus" poem, "Silver Pigs" book review, "Olympic Retrospect" poem, "Julian", "Cupid's Job" poem, "The Slave Who Dared to Dream", "Roga Me Aliquid", "A Seasonable Warning" poem, "How Winter Came to Be", "Pompeii", "Nomen Mihi est Magistra", "Hoop Wars" poem, "You Can Take This to The Bank", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Cicero's World" crossword, "Searching for an 'A' in Latin" wordsearch, "The Pros" puzzle, "Military Madness" puzzle, "First King of Rome" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Gods and Goddesses" puzzle, "Fire!" puzzle, Libri Optimi, "Television -- Latin Style" puzzle, "Roman Government" scramble, "Trojan War" crossword, "Ex Libris Apici", "The Crisis, Number 1", "Vita" poems, "Playful Muths Often Contain Very Adult Aspects", "Looking Ahead to Summer" poem, "In the Footsteps of Orpheus" poem, "The Double Church: Saint Lawrence Outside the Walls", "Marpessa and Apollo" poem, "The Laurel, The Oak and The Linden" poem, "Winter Blues" poem, "Acronymic Lovers" acrostic, reading comprehension questions from page one, "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", comics page, answer key for teachers.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Pompeiiana XX.7, March 1994

Content: "Pueri Vaccini Iterum Atque Iterum Vincunt Sed nemo Incitari Videtur" (Superbowl XXVIII), "American Gladiators: Roman Style", "Porta Capena" song, "The Road to Glory" poem, "Roga Me Aliquid", "The House of Marcus Loreius Tiburtinus", "Rome's First Public Library", "Santa Costanza: From Mausoleum to Church", "Montessori: Greek Style", "Constantine", "Where the Boys Are: 13th Century Style", "Carmen Buranum", "Taking the Final Step From 'Translationeze' to Interesting English", "Caligula", "Ex Libris Apici", "Aphrodite" poem, "Resisting Arrest Costs Mathematician His Life", "Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores", "Easy Latin Verb Forms" crossword, "Latin Snacks" puzzle, "Color It Latin" puzzle, "Leaders of Rome" puzzle, "Greek Divinities" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Latina Recognitio" crossword, Libri Optimi, "Those Friendly Roman Gods" puzzle, "Enumerate the Numerals" puzzle, "Qui Pila Circum Bases Ludunt" puzzle, "The Trojan War" puzzle, "It's Like Finding Money" puzzle, "NBA Basketball Teams" puzzle, "Ode to Mark Antony", "Salve, Nomen mihi est Magistra", "No Archaeological Evidence for Caesar's Invasion of Britain", "The Pandemonium of Spring", "Bio" poem, "Trireme Trickery", "Roma Occupata", "The Amazons" poem, Caveant Emptor Vendorque, reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Pompeiiana XX.6, February 1994

Content: "De Morte Lincolniensi", "It's Hard to Complete Herculean Labors in the Modern World", "You May Not Know It, But You Suddenly Have Something that Everyone Wants", "Venite ad Cenam Saturnaliam", "Students Take Saturnalia Cues from Aulus Gellius", "Man-Made Love" poem, "Oratio de Quattuor Libertatibus" written by Franklin Delano Roosevelt, "Glimpse of the End of a Life", "Salve, Nomen mihi est Magistra", "Persona Day in Holland", "Studying Latin is . . . " acrostic, "The Demeaning of the World's Architectural Wonders", "Ex Libris Apici", "Fortune Hunter Destroys Three Families", "Diocletian", "San Giovanni e Paolo . . . Masterpiece in Stone", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Musical Terms" crossword, "Latin Idioms" puzzle, "Cartoons and Comic Strips" puzzle, "B. Carmina Rustica" puzzle, "Constellation Word Search", Picturae Moventes, "The Romans Had a way to Say It" crossword, Libri Optimi, "Plus Titulorum Negotialium" puzzle, "Greek Alphabet/Roman Numeral Match" puzzle, "Famous Roman Lovers" puzzle, "The Romans and Their State" puzzle, "Never Judge a Greek Until You have Rowed a Mile in his Trireme", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Zeus' Anger" poem, "On the Banks of the Wabash", "Ode to Cleopatra" poem, "Julius Caesar" poem, "And You Thought You Knew Why the Leaves Fall", "One with Lightning" poem, reading comprehension questions from page one, Caveant Emptor Vendorque, comics page, answer key for teachers.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Pompeiiana XX.5, January 1994

Content: "Socrates Quoque Hortabatur Ut Cives Pro Se Cogitarent", "Is it Time to Throw Out Our Calendar?", "Maritius, Lanius", "The Warrior's Wife" poem, "Salve, Nomen Mihi est Magistra", "The Locust Tree in Flower" poem, "If Only Everyone Knew" poem, "Tarpeia's Diary", "The Senator's Church", "The Fear of Turkish Prisons Fades", "Observations on Roman Architecture", "Keeping Modern Day Misfortunes in a Classical Persepctive", "Upon Reading Catullus' Poem to His Dead Brother", "Marcus, Coquus", "Ex Libris Apici", "The Fascination of Roman Houses", "Orpheus and Eurydice" poem, "The Story of the Fable", "Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, Picturae Moventes, "Advertising Slogans" puzzle, "It's All a Myth" puzzle, "An Ego Trip to a Royal Match" puzzle, "Mottoes, et Cetera" puzzle, "Archaeology Terms" crossword puzzle, "On the Farm" Word Search, "Holy Scramble" puzzle, "Deities, Latin Style" puzzle, "The Romans and their State" puzzle, Libri Optimi, "Roga Me Aliquid", "Cicero - Cum Grano Salis", "Janus Saw Both Sides of Any Issue", "Augustulus, Cliens", "The Colosseum" poem, "On the Isle of Aeaea" poem, "Valerian and Gallienus", "Picture Picture Picture Picture Picture", "Zeus and Hera" poem, Caveant Emptor Vendorque, reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.