7 edition of Which way to the vomitorium? found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Lesley O"Mara ; translated by Rose Williams.|
|Genre||Conversation and phrase books, Humor.|
|Contributions||O"Mara, Lesley., Williams, Rose, 1937-|
|LC Classifications||PA2107 .W48 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||99045457|
So our house has officially been dubbed “The Vomitorium”. If you continue to read, read at your own peril because it’s ALL about the vomit. It all started last week. CootieGirl has had a bad cough for the past few days, and at some point she coughed so much that she threw up all over our bed. Into the laundry everything went. Yet, despite ‘vomitorium’ clearly being used to describe architecture in its first usage and the lack of a ‘purge room’ being mentioned in sources detailing acts of vomiting among Romans, we get to the 20th century where Aldous Huxley publishes his novel Antic Hay in which serves as a comical narrative lampooning the lifestyle of.
Rather a vomitorium was a passageway in an amphitheater or theater that opened into a tier of seats from below or behind. The vomitoria of the Colosseum in Rome were so well designed that it’s said the immense venue, Missing: book. The word was applied instead to the access ways in Roman theatres or amphitheatres that got the audience to and from their seats. H Rider Haggard, who had earlier written King Solomon’s Mines and She, got it right in his book Pearl-Maiden of , about the fall of Jerusalem: Beyond lay the broad passage of the vomitorium.
In the tunnel to the right and left as one enters there is a passage which contains a flight of steps conducting to a " vomitorium," situated in the second "præcinctio;" [ ] At each of the extremities under the grand vomitorium was a gate, one called Sanivivaria and the other Mortualis. Miles turned to him beaming. / Qua via itur ad vomitorium?" Even with a new illustrator slipping into Lane Smith's accustomed place, the Time Warp Trio continues to rule the "skinny book" shelves with just the right hook for that elusive not-quite-avid-reader audience that loves them. Illustrations not seen. (Fiction. ).
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Which Way to the Vomitorium?: Vernacular Latin for All Occasions Hardcover – Octo by Lesley O'Mara (Editor), Rose Williams (Translator)/5(2). Which Way to the Vomitorium. book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Tired of feeling like The Ugly American every time yo /5. Which Way to the Vomitorium. Vernacular Latin for All Occasions. Lesley O'Mara; Translated by Rose Williams. Thomas Dunne Books. The Hardcover of the Which Way to the Vomitorium: Vernacular Latin for All Occasions by Lesley O'Mara at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: Lesley O'mara. With over phrases and a recipe for "liquamen," Lesley O'Mara's Which Way to the Vomitorium.
will have you leading that ancient Roman lifestyle in no time, teaching you everything you need to know if you want to properly pontificate with the Pontiff or survive in the Old World neighborhoods of : St.
Martin's Publishing Group. Rose Williams (Translator) Lesley O'Mara is the editor of Which Way to the Vomitorium?: Vernacular Latin for All Occasions, as well as the bestselling British anthologies Greatest Cat Stories, Favourite Cat Stories, and Best Cat Stories.
She lives in London. Which way to the vomitorium?: vernacular Latin for all occasions by O'Mara, Lesley; Williams, Rose; St.
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A vomitorium is a passage situated below or behind a tier of seats in an amphitheatre or a stadium, through which big crowds can exit rapidly at the end of a performance.
They can also be pathways for actors to enter and leave stage. The Latin word vomitorium, plural vomitoria, derives from the verb vomō, vomere, "to spew forth".In ancient Roman architecture, vomitoria Missing: book.
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by Roberto Abraham Scaruffi. O'Mara, L., Which way to the Vomitorium. Vernacular Latin for All Occasions, Thomas Dunne Books, St. Martin Press, New York, NY, USA, (O'Mara ).
Lesley O'Mara. The subtitle explains what is. For some hours of enjoyment. Purging the Myth of the Vomitorium. and one that makes its way into modern texts. Suzanne Collins' "The Hunger Games" series, for example, alludes to vomitoriums when the lavish inhabitants of.
Lesley O'Mara is the editor of Which Way to the Vomitorium?: Vernacular Latin for All Occasions, as well as the bestselling British anthologies Greatest Cat Stories, Favourite Cat Stories, and Best Cat Stories.
She lives in London. Issued as Which way to the Vomitorium,St. Martin’s Press. A spoof guidebook to ancient Rome, providing in Latin and in English useful phrases the traveler may need, such as “Are these dormice fresh?” and “Could I meet a gladiator after the show?” Going to Hades is Easy,Michael O’Mara Books, Ltd.
London, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Vomitorium The book by Andrea and our laws don’t support self-regulation—a funny thing is likely to happen on the way to the vomitorium.
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In a way, I think vomitoria are a good example of how Romans were thoughtful engineers, even down to crowd control. After explaining this term, though, I had a student raise his hand and explain that he learned in high school that a vomitorium is a specific room where Romans would go to vomit during a meal, so that the Romans could continue to.
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