Friday, October 16, 2009

Pompeiiana XXI.4, December 1994

Content: "Cuniculus Parvus Qui Saturnum Vidit", "Pompeii: A Survivor's Account", "Latin Now Cruising the Information Highway", "The Quest for the Golden Yak", "Jason and Medea in the Nineties" poem, "Mrs. Claus, Thy Time Has Come, and Apparently Passed", "Old St. Peter's", "How Are You Doing in Latin", "Are Your Classes Tired of S.O.S.?", "Footprints in the Earth", "The Fat, Hairy Women of Pompeii", Roga Me Aliquid, "Arachnophobia" poem, "Don't Pen Epitaph for Latin Just Yet", "Leto Explains Why Temples are Built", "De Mortuis Nil Nisi Bonum" poem, "Haec Domus Vetus" crossword, "Cryptoquote" puzzle, "Picturae Moventes" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "States and Their Flag Mottos" puzzle, Carmina Optima et Eoarum Auctores", "Take It Slow: Stuff You Should Know" puzzle, "Emperor Scramble", "Gods, Goddesses and Characters" puzzle, "Carmina Latina" puzzles, Libri Optimi, "Latin Rebus", "A Life in Brief: Cicero", "Finding New Life in a 'Dead' Language", "Where's Arachne?", "The Diary of Spartacus", "Dextro Pede", "Hector" poem, "Attack of the Laestrygonians" puzzle, "Latin with Ms. Mitchell" poem, "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer keys for teachers.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Pompeiiana XXI.3, November 1994

Content: "Morphini Potentes Qui Valde Pervaguntur", "Day in Pompeii", "On Life and Love", "The Olympic Games: An Original Poem", "The Rooster Crows at Dawn", "Poetic Triple Treat", "The Gardens of Pompeii Live On", "Ruins of Carthage Not Salted Down By the Romans", "The Mouse Who Loved Latin", "The Great Bacchic Discovery", "How Are You Doing in Latin?", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Artifacts Wait 100 Years for Study", "Modern Homes Outlast Roman Ones", "The Death of Hercules" poem, "The Mamertine: House of Horrors", "A Peek at the Diaries of Pyramus and Thisbe", "The Wedding of Pirithous and Hippodamia" poem, "Aegra Sum!" poem, Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Tabernae Hodiernae" puzzle, "Roman Gods" puzzle, "Ancient Roman Society" crossword, "Taking Tests" puzzle, "Holiday Mix-up" puzzle, "Magazine Matching" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Rome's Mystery Building" puzzle, "Trees with a Latin 'Root'", "Italian Geography Word Search", "Roman Around the House" puzzle, "Latin Crytoquip" puzzle, Libri Optimi, "Fashion Craze! Doric or Ionic", "Romans Would Not Have Tolerated the Cancellation of the Ludi Romani", "Drink Two Cups of Boiled Thyme and Call Me in the Morning", "War" poem, "Veni, Vidi, VISA?", "If You Can Afford It, You Can Own It All!", "Why Goats Have Horns", "Grossman Wins First Place Ribbon!", "Dextro Pede", Caveant Emptor Vendorque, reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Pompeiiana XXI.2, October 1994

Content: "Silva Gumpus: Mundus Per Oculos Pueriles In Corpore Virili Spectatus" (Forrest Gump), "Marcus Junius: A Brave and Honorable Man", "Something Every Well-Rounded Latin Class Should Have", "'Roman' the Alphabet" poem, "Government Scheme to Hoard Grain Revealed", "Why Poor Willow Weeps", "Pennsylvania Latin Teachers Confront the OBE Monster", "Latin Cities Flourish in America", "Midas's Golden Touch Preserved in South Dakota", "How Are You Doing in Latin", "The Discovery of His Life" (Arthur Evans), "From Italian to Latin" poem, "Roga Me Aliquid", "Caesar's Lament" poem, "Banqueting in Suburbia", "A Sabine Lament" poem, "Jason's Big Adventure", "Perseus vs. Medusa" acrostic, "Teacher Watches the Growth of an Archaeological Site", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "The Wonderful 60s" puzzle, "Crypto-Family" puzzle, "Famous Roman Writers" crossword, "One-Eyed Puzzle", "The Classical Orders" puzzle, "Motto Scramble" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Who Am I?" puzzle, "Having a Head for Latin and Greek" puzzle, "Matching Roman History" puzzle, "A Match for Caesar" puzzle, "Going to the Bank" puzzle, Libri Optimi, "Carried Away by Derivatives" puzzle, "See Ya In Church . . . In the Forum", "Roman Dogs Survive in Germany", "Nero" poem, "Vergile's One True Love", "Love Intertwined" poem, Dextro Pede", "5,300 Year Old Italian Shepherd Found Frozen in Northern Italy", "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Pompeiiana XXI.1, September 1994

Content: "Mea Cara, Liveros Minores Feci", "Trusting Classical Values", "Letter from President Bill Clinton", "A Soldier's March" poem, "Vergil and War", "Brutus Will Explain . . ." poem, "Herculaneum's Long Delayed Excavation", "Martin and the Carpenter", "US" poem, "Could Latin be the Language of the European Union?", "How Are You Doing in Latin?", "Up and Personal with Nero", "Roga Me Aliquid", "The Old Greek Quarter of Rome . . . Then and Now", "Study of Latin Addressed by National Standards Task Force of ACTFL", "The Cry of 'Ludi Romani' Still Stirs the Masses", "Pluto Water: America's Link to Roman Thermae", "On the Turning Away: A Lesson to be Learned from the Emperor Claudius", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Web O' Relations" crossword, "The Classics' Last Stand" puzzle, "NCAA Sweet 16 '94" puzzle, "Sports Teams" puzzle, "Ye Gods!" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Seeking Divine Favor" puzzle, Libri Optimi, "Imperial Inference" puzzle, "Myth-Connected" puzzle, "Bellum" puzzle, "Spectacula in Televisione" puzzle, "A Sound Mind in a Sound Body" puzzle, "It's Happening in France: People are Actually Communicating in Latin", "Catullus and his Fickle Friend Lesbia", "Grass Roots Community Support Strengthening Interest in Latin", "Ancient Roman Children on Welfare", "Sicut Tu Mihi Esse Videris", "Dextro Pede", Caveant Emptor Vendorque, reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

Monday, October 12, 2009

Pompeiiana XX.9, May 1994

Content: "Mensis Maius: Matres Nunc Honorandae Sunt", "Nero Vows to Rebuild Rome", "June Wedding?" poem, "Let's Hear it Once More for Latin!", "The Virus" poem, "Heroes and Monsters Master Project", "Salve, Mihi Nomen Est Magistra", "Getting to the Point of Punctuation", "The Vatican: Ecco Roma!", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Road Hazard Finally Eliminated", "Morpheus" poem, "Martial's Gibes Through Modern Eyes", "Pretzels: A Rewarding Treat", "Argus and Jupiter" poem, "Cupid and Psyche: February Diary Entries", "By the 1st Century A.D. Romans Could Finally Enjoy a Glass of Wine", "Theodosius", "The Garden of Mantis", Carmina Optima et eorum Auctores, "Crossing Over to Summer" crossword puzzle, "Disney Movies" puzzle, "Famous Roman Writers" puzzle, "Latin in the Courts" puzzle, "This Mixed-Up Language" puzzle, "Eat Your Fructus et Holera!!!" puzzle, "Relatively Speaking" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Myth Match" puzzle, "The Lesser Deities" puzzle, "Searching for Latin Words and Phrases" puzzle, "Carry Out This Task" puzzle, "Pharmacy Terms" puzzle, "College Mascots" puzzle, Libri Optimi, "Baucis and Philemon" poem, "Latin Book Friends" poem, "Wall of Love" poem, "A New Reason to Rejoice" poem, "Jupiter" poem, "The Curse of Cochleus", "Origin of the Gods" poem, "King of Thebes Killed", Ex Libris Apici, "Thebes to Get New King", "A Waffley Deep Thought for Latin Scholars", "Oedipus Not So Complex", "Loving Couples" poems, "Mint: The Myth and the Medicine", "Cretan Farewells" poem, "Philosophy and the Arts Yield to Military Might", "Dido's Love Poem", "Aeneas' Love Poem", "Gods of Olympus" poem, Caveant Emptor Vendorque, reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.