A Handbook for Latin Clubs

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A Handbook for Latin Clubs by Susan Paxson

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THE LAPIS NIGER. Roma Beata. Maud Howe. Pp. 163, 260.

POMPEY'S THEATER. _Rome: The Eternal City_. Clara Erskine Clement. Vol. i, P. 374. Ancient Rome in the Light of Recent Discoveries. Rodolfo Lanciani. P. 190.

THE ROMAN FORUM AS IT APPEARS TO-DAY. Roman Holidays and Others. W.D. Howells. P. 96.

POEM.--In the Roman Forum Amelia Josephine Burr. Literary Digest. Vol. xlviii, p. 1130.

THE ROMAN HOUSE

"Here is my religion, here is my race, here are the traces of my forefathers. I cannot express the charm which I find here, and which penetrates my heart and my senses." --Cicero: Pro Domo.

THE PLAN OF THE ROMAN HOUSE. Callus. W.A. Becker. P. 237. The Life of the Greeks and Romans. Guhl and Koner. P. 357. The Private Life of the Romans. H.W. Johnston. Chap. vi. Society in Rome under the Caesars. William R. Inge. Chap. x.

THE HEATING AND LIGHTING OF THE HOUSE. The Life

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