Thursday, October 22, 2009

Pompeiiana XXI.8, April 1995

Content: "Lascivulus Lepus", "Pompeii: A Life Unearthed", "The Resurgence of Latin Schools", "The Great Mosaic Project", "Carpe Diem" poem, "Follow the Leader", "Spartacus and Harriet Tubman", "Io Lupercalia!", "On Musical Talent and the Quality of Instruments", "Catullus XIII Illustratus", "Orion and the Pleiades", "How Are You Doing in Latin?", "'Mourning' Glory", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Ad Limina Apostolorum", "The Story That Jack Told", "Proelium Supremum", "Villa Stephani, Brundisio", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Latin Words and Phrases" crossword, "Animal Cryptoquip", "Classic Couples and Their Children" puzzle, "Barnyard Blowout" puzzle, "Partes Corporis Hominis" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Latin Analogies" puzzle, "Looking for Verbs" wordsearch, "Numeri Romani" puzzle, "America's Erstwhile Pasttime" puzzle, Libri Optimi, "Cities of the Roman Empire Found in the Book of Acts" puzzle, "Important People and Places of Ancient Rome" puzzle, "Roman Soldier's Weapons and Equipment", "Stoicism", "Pompeii" poem, "News from the North", Dextro Pede, "Free Translation of Catullus' 'At His Brother's Tomb'", reading comprehension questions from page one, "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", comics page, answer key for teachers.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Pompeiiana XX1.7, March 1995

Content: "Qui Docuit E.T. Loqui Nunc XXIII Annos Natus Est", "A Rambling Man", "Then Fall Caesar" poem, "Whatever Happened to Calpurnia? Inquiring Female Latin Students Want to Know", "Sine Dubio Equus Est!", "Did Anybody Really Care What Time it Was?", "The Night I Saved the City", "Rota Fortunae", "Battle of the Orbs", "How Are You Doing in Latin?", "Astro-Numismatics Anyone?", "Advice to Dido" poem, "The Times They Are A-Changing", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Imprints" poem, "It's a Mess Out Here!", "The Gates of Rome", "Letters from Bithynia", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Heavenly Puzzler" crossword, "Hercules and Jason" wordsearch, "Derivative Drill" puzzle, "Latin Advice" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "Puzzling Pets" puzzle, "Mythology" puzzle, "Standards and Musical Instruments of Warfare" puzzle, Libri Optimi, "Res Martiales" puzzle, "Latin Convention" Puzzle, "College Team Names", "Opera Caesaris" puzzle, "Fabella Alphabetica", "Claudius the God" poem, "Getting a Grip on Latin Derivatives", "Martial's Last Stand" poem, "Transparent Language Gaining National Recognition", "Latin Humor from the Ukraine", "Romerican Heroes", "Rolling Horatio", "Dextro Pede", "Latin Goes Trilingual", "Caveant Emptor Vendorque", reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Pompeiiana XXI.6, February 1995

Content: "In Via ad Infernum Multi ad Caelum Suspiciebant", "Pompeii: The Last Battle", "Hannibal" poem, "Teaching Mythology at Your Local Museum of Art", "The Mellow God", "How Are You Doing in Latin?", "The Fateful Day" poem, "Don't Catapult in the Dark! Pompeiiana Has the Blueprints!", "Self-Scourge for Valentine's Day" poem, "Gaius Julius Caesar" poem, "Trials and Triumphs" poem, Roga Me Aliquid, "Eucleidian Memoirs", "Student Receives Letter from Eros", "Pompeii" poem, "Computer Catches and Caveats for Latin Lovers", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Legal Latin" puzzle, "Libri Discipulis ad Universitatem Proficiscentibus" puzzle, "Search for Roman Military" puzzle, "Weaving Your Way Through Cicero" puzzle, "Body Parts" puzzle, Picturae Moventes, "State Mottoes" puzzle, "Looking to the Sky" puzzle, "Res in Schola" puzzle, "Latin Boggle", Libri Optimi, "The Palatine Hill . . . From Rags to Riches to Ruins", Dextro Pede, "Catullus 101" poem, "The Legacy of Paris" poem, "Without Diana There Would be no Cereal", "Make Your Move to Mythical Meadows Now!", reading comprehension quesions from page one, Caveant Emptor Vendorque, comics page, answer key for teachers.

Monday, October 19, 2009

Pompeiiana XXI.5, January 1995

Content: "Ab Tempestatis Viro Ad Litterae Virum" (David Letterman), "An Unforgettable Disaster", "Tuniced Toddlers Tackle Tenses", "Janus Speaks Out", "Midas: The Untold Story", "Cerberus" poem, "How Flora Became the Goddess of Flowers", "Latin Class" poem, "How Are You Doing in Latin?", "Slick City Magazine Features Local Latin Teacher", "Noli Nimis Alte Volare!", "A Day in the Lives of Dido and Aeneas", "Why Pegasus is at Jupiter's Stable" poem, "Caesar Augustus . . . Ave Atque Vale", "Roga Me Aliquid", "Paris" poem, "Tornus Adus Superbus: The Untold Story", "Portfolios: Another Tried and True 'New' Idea", "Reflections on Italy", Carmina Optima et Eorum Auctores, "Amo Catullum" puzzle, "Villa Rustica" puzzle, "Mythology Quiz", "In Honor of Cicero" crossword, "Spectacula Ludorum" puzzle, "Latin and English Opposites" puzzle, "Nova Lingua Latina" puzzle, "Scisne Haec Opera Guillielmi Shakespearei?" puzzle, Libri Optimi, "Quote Boxes" puzzle, "Mythological Song Title" puzzle, "Famous Latin Phrases" puzzle, "Why Fight?", "Catullus: Personality Check", "History Repeats Itself", "Dextro Pede", "The Greeks: Attended by 900 Indiana Latin Students", "Venu Continues Her Obfuscations", "Artemis" poem, "Aphrodite" poem, Caveant Emptor Vendorque, reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.