Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Pompeiiana XXVI.1, September 1999

Content: "Bella Apud Stellas: Embolium I", "The Two Populations of Rome", "It's Alive, It's Alive!", "Cras . . .", "Gladiator" poem, "Latin" poem, "Catullus XI", "A Kinder, Gentler Dido" poem, "Go Figure!" poem, "Chicago" poem, "Oh, oh! Pandora's Back, And She's Dissin' Bad!", "Too Hot for Mt. Olympus" (Jerry Springer teleplay), "Prometheus' Final Gift", "Pupa Puellaris" poem, "Latin Simile Poem", "Puer Qui Solus Cogitat, Mala Cogitat" poem, "Nemo in Amore Videt" poem, "Latin: A Precise Tool", "Students of Latin (in Name Only)", "The Contemplation of Troy's Future", "I Didn't Start the Fire", "Tres Magicas Numerus Est" lyrics, "International Baccalaureate Organization Endorses Latin", "Puella Crinium Aureaerum et Tres Ursi", "Septimius Severus", "Ceres & Proserpina Reunited!", Roga Me Aliquid, "In the Footsteps of Alexander", "Conversations with Socrates", Ancient Greek and Roman Recipes: Cremor de Ovis et Lacte Compositus, Ludi Apti Ad Discendum, "Latin Test", "Great Caesar's Ghost!" poem, "Horoscope for the Year", "Thesaurus Rerum Quae Magistris Utiles Sint", reading comprehension questions from page one, comics page, answer key for teachers.

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