This story is the property of the Oxford Latin Course, and is presented here for teachers and students to use in combination with that course. The illustrations were made with the help of some marvellous people, at a Rusticatio some years back. Permission has been sought from Oxford to present their work here.
       
     
       
     
 This story is the property of the Oxford Latin Course, and is presented here for teachers and students to use in combination with that course. The illustrations are screenshots from the 2004 Warner Bros film, Troy. Permission has been sought from Oxford to present their work here.  You will notice that the words are colour coded. Red words are new vocabulary introduced in the current chapter. Blue words appear in the margin of the story.
       
     
       
     
 This story is the property of the Cambridge Latin Course, and is presented here for teachers and students to use in combination with that course. The illustrations were made with the help of South Park Studio, an incredible website that lets you make South Park like illustrations. I made this back in 2009, and thought it might be of use to others.
       
     
       
     
       
     
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 Enjoy these photos of Lego Pompeii. With each photo you will find four questions, to encourage thinking, speaking and writing in Latin.  There is a small cross in the upper right corner. Click here to expand the photograph.  This model was commissioned by Michael Turner when he was Senior Curator of the Nicholson Museum, Sydney University. It was built by Ryan McNaught. If you find yourself in Sydney, I highly recommend a visit.  If you would like to see more of Lego Pompeii, read Legonium episodes septima (7) and duodecima (12).