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Θevrumineś

[Digital (Maga)Zine dedicated to the Sound Work of Otacílio Melgaço]

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Published by Mel-Em-Branca Pub Co. .
Written in English


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Theseus Kills the Minotaur. Theseus’ most important myth is the killing of the MINOTAUR [mi'noh-tawr], the monstrous son of MINOS [meye'nohs] and PASIPHAË [pa-sif'a-ee], which was shut up in the Labyrinth in the palace of Minos at CNOSSUS [knos'sus], or KNOSSOS. For students of Latin, Trivium Tables: Latin from Classical Conversations provides basic Latin grammar paradigms in a colorful, convenient form! This reference includes verb conjugations, noun declensions, and other parts of speech on wipe-off panels for parsing and translation practice. 8' x' laminated foldable panels that fold to fit in any : Classical Conversations.

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