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 Andre end hexametre, pentametre, ellevestavelses: arkiv IAM-MART             ..
 1. digt.                                                                      .
   1               Cui dono lepidum nouum libellum                           []
   2                  arida modo pumice expolitum?                           []
   3             Corneli, tibi: namque tu solebas                            []
   4              meas esse aliquid putare nugas                             []
   5        iam tum, cum ausus es unus Italorum                              []
   6           omne aeuum tribus explicare cartis                            []
   7           doctis, Iuppiter, et laboriosis.                              []
   8           quare habe tibi quidquid hoc libelli                          []
   9           qualecumque; quod, o patrona uirgo,                           []
  10                plus uno maneat perenne saeclo.                          []
 2. digt.                                                                      .
   1               Passer, deliciae meae puellae,                            []
   2         quicum ludere, quem in sinu tenere,                             []
   3             cui primum digitum dare appetenti                           []
   4              et acris solet incitare morsus,                            []
  
  
  
  
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 2. digt.
   5                  cum desiderio meo nitenti                              []
   6              carum nescio quid lubet iocari,                            []
   7                  et solaciolum sui doloris,                             []
   8        credo, ut tum grauis acquiescat ardor:                           []
   9                tecum ludere sicut ipsa possem                           []
  10               et tristis animi leuare curas!                            []
 2b. digt.                                                                     .
   1       tam gratum est mihi quam ferunt puellae                           []
   2               pernici aureolum fuisse malum,                            []
   3              quod zonam soluit diu ligatam.                             []
 3. digt.                                                                      .
   1              Lugete, o Veneres Cupidinesque,                            []
   2         et quantum est hominum uenustiorum:                             []
   3             passer mortuus est meae puellae,                            []
   4               passer, deliciae meae puellae,                            []
   5          quem plus illa oculis suis amabat.                             []
   6              nam mellitus erat suamque norat                            []
   7            ipsam tam bene quam puella matrem,                           []
 
  
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 3. digt.
   8           nec sese a gremio illius mouebat,                             []
   9              sed circumsiliens modo huc modo illuc                      []
  10            ad solam dominam usque pipiabat;                             []
  11           qui nunc it per iter tenebricosum                             []
  12             illud, unde negant redire quemquam.                         []
  13             at uobis male sit, malae tenebrae                           []
  14           Orci, quae omnia bella deuoratis:                             []
  15            tam bellum mihi passerem abstulistis.                        []
  16              o factum male!  o miselle passer!                          []
  17                 tua nunc opera meae puellae                             []
  18               flendo turgiduli rubent ocelli.                           []
 5. digt.                                                                      .
   1               Viuamus, mea Lesbia, atque amemus,                        []
   2               rumoresque senum seueriorum                               []
   3                 omnes unius aestimemus assis!                           []
   4              soles occidere et redire possunt:                          []
   5             nobis cum semel occidit breuis lux,                         []
   6             nox est perpetua una dormienda.                             []
  
  
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 5. digt.
   7                da mi basia mille, deinde centum,                        []
   8        dein mille altera, dein secunda centum,                          []
   9        deinde usque altera mille, deinde centum.                        []
  10            dein, cum milia multa fecerimus,                             []
  11               conturbabimus illa, ne sciamus,                           []
  12           aut ne quis malus inuidere possit,                            []
  13            cum tantum sciat esse basiorum.                              []
 6. digt.                                                                      .
   1                Flaui, delicias tuas Catullo,                            []
   2           ni sint illepidae atque inelegantes,                          []
   3              uelles dicere nec tacere posses.                           []
   4              uerum nescio quid febriculosi                              []
   5            scorti diligis: hoc pudet fateri.                            []
   6              nam te non uiduas iacere noctes                            []
   7              nequiquam tacitum cubile clamat                            []
   8                sertis ac Syrio fragrans oliuo,                          []
   9              puluinusque peraeque et hic et ille                        []
  10              attritus, tremulique quassa lecti                          []
  11                 argutatio inambulatioque.                               []
 
  
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 6. digt.
  12         (?)nam inista preualet nihil tacere.                            []
  13         cur? non tam latera ecfututa pandas,                            []
  14              ni tu quid facias ineptiarum.                              []
  15          quare, quidquid habes boni malique,                            []
  16          dic nobis. uolo te ac tuos amores                              []
  17               ad caelum lepido uocare uersu.                            []
 7. digt.                                                                      .
   1          Quaeris, quot mihi basiationes                                 []
   2             tuae, Lesbia, sint satis superque.                          []
   3            quam magnus numerus Libyssae harenae                         []
   4                 lasarpiciferis iacet Cyrenis                            []
   5               oraclum Iouis inter aestuosi                              []
   6               et Batti ueteris sacrum sepulcrum;                        []
   7            aut quam sidera multa, cum tacet nox,                        []
   8               furtiuos hominum uident amores:                           []
   9               tam te basia multa basiare                                []
  10                uesano satis et super Catullo est,                       []
  11             quae nec pernumerare curiosi                                []
  12           possint nec mala fascinare lingua.                            []
  
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 9. digt.                                                                      .
   1              Verani, omnibus e meis amicis                              []
   2              antistans mihi milibus trecentis,                          []
   3             uenistine domum ad tuos penates                             []
   4            fratresque unanimos anumque matrem?                          []
   5            uenisti. o mihi nuntii beati!                                []
   6          uisam te incolumem audiamque Hiberum                           []
   7            narrantem loca, facta, nationes,                             []
   8            ut mos est tuus, applicansque collum                         []
   9             iucundum os oculosque suauiabor.                            []
  10          o quantum est hominum beatiorum,                               []
  11            quid me laetius est beatiusue?                               []
 10. digt.                                                                     .
   1               Varus me meus ad suos amores                              []
   2                uisum duxerat e foro otiosum,                            []
   3        scortillum, ut mihi tum repente uisum est,                       []
   4             non sane illepidum neque inuenustum.                        []
   5             huc ut uenimus, incidere nobis                              []
 
  
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 10. digt.
   6             sermones uarii, in quibus, quid esset                       []
   7              iam Bithynia, quo modo se haberet,                         []
   8             et quonam mihi profuisset aere.                             []
   9         respondi id quod erat, nihil neque ipsis                        []
  10             nec praetoribus esse nec cohorti,                           []
  11          cur quisquam caput unctius referret,                           []
  12           praesertim quibus esset irrumator                             []
  13           praetor, nec faceret pili cohortem.                           []
  14           'at certe tamen,' inquiunt 'quod illic                        []
  15               natum dicitur esse, comparasti                            []
  16          ad lecticam homines.' ego, ut puellae                          []
  17                unum me facerem beatiorem,                               []
  18         'non' inquam 'mihi tam fuit maligne,                            []
  19             ut, prouincia quod mala incidisset,                         []
  20        non possem octo homines parare rectos.'                          []
  21              at mi nullus erat nec hic neque illic,                     []
  22            fractum qui ueteris pedem grabati                            []
  23              in collo sibi collocare posset.                            []
  
  
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 10. digt.
  24            hic illa, ut decuit cinaediorem,                             []
  25     'quaeso,' inquit 'mihi, mi Catulle, paulum                          []
  26             istos commoda: nam uolo ad Serapim                          []
  27          deferri.' 'mane,'  inquii puellae,                             []
  28           'istud quod modo dixeram me habere,                           []
  29                fugit me ratio: meus sodalis -                           []
  30          Cinna est Gaius, - is sibi parauit.                            []
  31         uerum, utrum illius an mei, quid ad me?                         []
  32             utor tam bene quam mihi pararim.                            []
  33         sed tu insulsa male et molesta uiuis,                           []
  34          per quam non licet esse neglegentem.'                          []
 12. digt.                                                                     .
   1               Marrucine Asini, manu sinistra                            []
   2           non belle uteris: in ioco atque uino                          []
   3              tollis lintea neglegentiorum.                              []
   4         hoc salsum esse putas? fugit te, inepte:                        []
   5            quamuis sordida res et inuenusta est.                        []
   6           non credis mihi? crede Pollioni                               []
   7            fratri, qui tua furta uel talento                            []
 
  
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 12. digt.
   8              mutari uelit: est enim leporum                             []
   9              differtus puer ac facetiarum.                              []
  10           quare aut hendecasyllabos trecentos                           []
  11         exspecta, aut mihi linteum remitte,                             []
  12           quod me non mouet aestimatione,                               []
  13           uerum est mnemosynum mei sodalis.                             []
  14                nam sudaria Saetaba ex Hiberis                           []
  15               miserunt mihi muneri Fabullus                             []
  16              et Veranius: haec amem necesse est                         []
  17                  ut Veraniolum meum et Fabullum.                        []
 13. digt.                                                                     .
   1               Cenabis bene, mi Fabulle, apud me                         []
   2             paucis, si tibi di fauent, diebus,                          []
   3             si tecum attuleris bonam atque magnam                       []
   4            cenam, non sine candida puella                               []
   5          et uino et sale et omnibus cachinnis.                          []
   6    haec si, inquam, attuleris, uenuste noster,                          []
   7              cenabis bene; nam tui Catulli                              []
   8            plenus sacculus est aranearum.                               []
  
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 13. digt.
   9            sed contra accipies meros amores                             []
  10             seu quid suauius elegantiusue est:                          []
  11       nam unguentum dabo, quod meae puellae                             []
  12               donarunt Veneres Cupidinesque,                            []
  13          quod tu cum olfacies, deos rogabis,                            []
  14           totum ut te faciant, Fabulle, nasum.                          []
 14. digt.                                                                     .
   1              Ni te plus oculis meis amarem,                             []
   2               iucundissime Calue, munere isto                           []
   3                odissem te odio Vatiniano:                               []
   4         nam quid feci ego quidue sum locutus,                           []
   5            cur me tot male perderes poetis?                             []
   6               isti di mala multa dent clienti,                          []
   7             qui tantum tibi misit impiorum.                             []
   8      quod si, ut suspicor, hoc nouum ac repertum                        []
   9             munus dat tibi Sulla litterator,                            []
  10           non est mi male, sed bene ac beate,                           []
  11            quod non dispereunt tui labores.                             []
  12        di magni, horribilem et sacrum libellum!                         []
 
  
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 14. digt.
  13            quem tu scilicet ad tuum Catullum                            []
  14             misti, continuo ut die periret,                             []
  15               Saturnalibus, optimo dierum!                              []
  16          non non hoc tibi, false, sic abibit.                           []
  17            nam, si luxerit, ad librariorum                              []
  18            curram scrinia, Caesios, Aquinos,                            []
  19            Suffenum, omnia colligam uenena,                             []
  20           ac te his suppliciis remunerabor.                             []
  21               uos hinc interea ualete abite                             []
  22              illuc, unde malum pedem attulistis,                        []
  23          saecli incommoda, pessimi poetae.                              []
 14b. digt.                                                                    .
   1               Si qui forte mearum ineptiarum                            []
   2                lectores eritis manusque uestras                         []
   3              non horrebitis admouere nobis, ...                         []
 15. digt.                                                                     .
   1            Commendo tibi me ac meos amores,                             []
   2                 Aureli. ueniam peto pudentem,                           []
   3          ut, si quicquam animo tuo cupisti,                             []
   4          quod castum expeteres et integellum,                           []
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 15. digt.
   5               conserues puerum mihi pudice,                             []
   6              non dico a populo - nihil ueremur                          []
   7           istos, qui in platea modo huc modo illuc                      []
   8              in re praetereunt sua occupati, -                          []
   9               uerum a te metuo tuoque pene                              []
  10                 infesto pueris bonis malisque.                          []
  11          quem tu qua lubet, ut lubet, moueto                            []
  12          quantum uis, ubi erit foris paratum:                           []
  13          hunc unum excipio, ut puto, pudenter.                          []
  14           quod si te mala mens furorque uecors                          []
  15           in tantam impulerit, sceleste, culpam,                        []
  16            ut nostrum insidiis caput lacessas,                          []
  17               a tum te miserum malique fati!                            []
  18         quem attractis pedibus patente porta                            []
  19             percurrunt raphanique mugilesque.                           []
 16. digt.                                                                     .
   1               Pedicabo ego uos et irrumabo,                             []
   2              Aureli pathice et cinaede Furi,                            []
   3           qui me ex uersiculis meis putastis,                           []
 
  
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 16. digt.
   4           quod sunt molliculi, parum pudicum.                           []
   5          nam castum esse decet pium poetam                              []
   6              ipsum, uersiculos nihil necesse est;                       []
   7         qui tum denique habent salem ac leporem,                        []
   8           si sunt molliculi ac parum pudici,                            []
   9             et quod pruriat incitare possunt,                           []
  10               non dico pueris, sed his pilosis                          []
  11             qui duros nequeunt mouere lumbos.                           []
  12            uos, quod milia multa basiorum                               []
  13              legistis, male me marem putatis?                           []
  14               pedicabo ego uos et irrumabo.                             []
 21. digt.                                                                     .
   1                Aureli, pater esuritionum,                               []
   2            non harum modo, sed quot aut fuerunt                         []
   3             aut sunt aut aliis erunt in annis,                          []
   4                 pedicare cupis meos amores.                             []
   5        nec clam: nam simul es, iocaris una,                             []
   6            haerens ad latus omnia experiris.                            []
   7          frustra: nam insidias mihi instruentem                         []
  
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 21. digt.
   8             tangam te prior irrumatione.                                []
   9            atque id si faceres satur, tacerem:                          []
  10           nunc ipsum id doleo, quod esurire                             []
  11        me (?)me (TUNG) puer et sitire discet.                           []
  12              quare desine, dum licet pudico,                            []
  13               ne finem facias, sed irrumatus.                           []
 23. digt.                                                                     .
   1            Furi, cui neque seruus est neque arca                        []
   2            nec cimex neque araneus neque ignis,                         []
   3          uerum est et pater et nouerca, quorum                          []
   4             dentes uel silicem comesse possunt,                         []
   5            est pulcre tibi cum tuo parente                              []
   6             et cum coniuge lignea parentis.                             []
   7            nec mirum: bene nam ualetis omnes,                           []
   8            pulcre concoquitis, nihil timetis,                           []
   9              non incendia, non graues ruinas,                           []
  10           non facta impia, non dolos ueneni,                            []
  11                non casus alios periculorum.                             []
  12              atqui corpora sicciora cornu                               []
 
  
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 23. digt.
  13             aut siquid magis aridum est habetis                         []
  14           sole et frigore et esuritione.                                []
  15             quare non tibi sit bene ac beate?                           []
  16              a te sudor abest, abest saliua,                            []
  17            mucusque et mala pituita nasi.                               []
  18           hanc ad munditiam adde mundiorem,                             []
  19             quod culus tibi purior salillo est,                         []
  20                nec toto decies cacas in anno;                           []
  21            atque id durius est faba et lapillis,                        []
  22             quod tu si manibus teras fricesque,                         []
  23          non umquam digitum inquinare posses.                           []
  24            haec tu commoda tam beata, Furi,                             []
  25              noli spernere nec putare parui,                            []
  26              et sestertia quae soles precari                            []
  27             centum desine: nam sat es beatus.                           []
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 24. digt.                                                                     .
   1             O qui flosculus es Iuuentiorum,                             []
   2            non horum modo, sed quot aut fuerunt                         []
   3              aut posthac aliis erunt in annis,                          []
  
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 24. digt.
   4                mallem diuitias Midae dedisses                           []
   5            isti, cui neque seruus est neque arca,                       []
   6            quam sic te sineres ab illo amari.                           []
   7         'qui? non est homo bellus?' inquies. est:                       []
   8       sed bello huic neque seruus est neque arca.                       []
   9           hoc tu quam lubet abice eleuaque:                             []
  10            nec seruum tamen ille habet neque arcam.                     []
 26. digt.                                                                     .
   1              Furi, uillula uestra non ad Austri                         []
   2            flatus opposita est neque ad Fauoni                          []
   3           nec saeui Boreae aut Apheliotae,                              []
   4            uerum ad milia quindecim et ducentos.                        []
   5         o uentum horribilem atque pestilentem!                          []
 27. digt.                                                                     .
   1                Minister uetuli puer Falerni                             []
   2               inger mi calices amariores,                               []
   3               ut lex Postumiae iubet magistrae                          []
   4                ebrioso acino ebriosioris.                               []
   5          at uos quo lubet hinc abite, lymphae,                          []
   6                uini pernicies, et ad seueros                            []
 
  
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 27. digt.
   7         migrate. hic merus est Thyonianus.                              []
 28. digt.                                                                     .
   1               Pisonis comites, cohors inanis,                           []
   2               aptis sarcinulis et expeditis,                            []
   3               Verani optime tuque mi Fabulle,                           []
   4            quid rerum geritis? satisne cum isto                         []
   5            uappa frigoraque et famem tulistis?                          []
   6           ecquidnam in tabulis patet lucelli                            []
   7         expensum, ut mihi, qui meum secutus                             []
   8               praetorem refero datum lucello?                           []
   9            o Memmi, bene me ac diu supinum                              []
  10            tota ista trabe lentus irrumasti.                            []
  11            sed, quantum uideo, pari fuistis                             []
  12               casu: nam nihilo minore uerpa                             []
  13           farti estis. pete nobiles amicos!                             []
  14              at uobis mala multa di deaeque                             []
  15             dent, opprobria Romuli Remique.                             []
 32. digt.                                                                     .
   1                 Amabo, mea dulcis Ipsitilla,                            []
   2                 meae deliciae, mei lepores,                             []
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 32. digt.
   3              iube ad te ueniam meridiatum.                              []
   4             et si iusseris, illud adiuuato,                             []
   5             ne quis liminis obseret tabellam,                           []
   6                neu tibi lubeat foras abire,                             []
   7                sed domi maneas paresque nobis                           []
   8                nouem continuas fututiones.                              []
   9            uerum si quid ages, statim iubeto:                           []
  10           nam pransus iaceo et satur supinus                            []
  11               pertundo tunicamque palliumque.                           []
 33. digt.                                                                     .
   1             O furum optime balneariorum                                 []
   2               Vibenni pater et cinaede fili                             []
   3           (nam dextra pater inquinatiore,                               []
   4                culo filius est uoraciore),                              []
   5                cur non exilium malasque in oras                         []
   6             itis? quandoquidem patris rapinae                           []
   7          notae sunt populo, et natis pilosas,                           []
   8             fili, non potes asse uenditare.                             []
 35. digt.                                                                     .
   1                 Poetae tenero, meo sodali,                              []
 
  
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   2                uelim Caecilio, papyre, dicas                            []
   3                Veronam ueniat, Noui relinquens                          []
   4                 Comi moenia Lariumque litus.                            []
   5            nam quasdam uolo cogitationes                                []
   6                 amici accipiat sui meique.                              []
   7              quare, si sapiet, uiam uorabit,                            []
   8             quamuis candida milies puella                               []
   9                euntem reuocet, manusque collo                           []
  10                 ambas iniciens roget morari.                            []
  11          quae nunc, si mihi uera nuntiantur,                            []
  12               illum deperit impotente amore.                            []
  13             nam quo tempore legit incohatam                             []
  14            Dindymi dominam, ex eo misellae                              []
  15                  ignes interiorem edunt medullam.                       []
  16              ignosco tibi, Sapphica puella                              []
  17              musa doctior; est enim uenuste                             []
  18              Magna Caecilio incohata Mater.                             []
 36. digt.                                                                     .
   1                Annales Volusi, cacata carta,                            []
  
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   2              uotum soluite pro mea puella.                              []
   3             nam sanctae Veneri Cupidinique                              []
   4             uouit, si sibi restitutus essem                             []
   5             desissemque truces uibrare iambos,                          []
   6                electissima pessimi poetae                               []
   7              scripta tardipedi deo daturam                              []
   8                 infelicibus ustulanda lignis.                           []
   9             et hoc pesssima se puella uidit                             []
  10                  iocose lepide uouere diuis.                            []
  11                nunc o caeruleo creata ponto,                            []
  12         quae sanctum Idalium Vriosque apertos                           []
  13          quaeque Ancona Cnidumque harundinosam                          []
  14          colis quaeque Amathunta quaeque Golgos                         []
  15         quaeque Durrachium Hadriae tabernam,                            []
  16              acceptum face redditumque uotum,                           []
  17               si non illepidum neque inuenustum est.                    []
  18                 at uos interea uenite in ignem,                         []
  19              pleni ruris et inficetiarum                                []
 
  
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  20                annales Volusi, cacata carta.                            []
 38. digt.                                                                     .
   1             Malest, Cornifici, tuo Catullo,                             []
   2        malest, me  hercule, et laboriose,                               []
   3              et magis magis in dies et horas.                           []
   4          quem tu, quod minimum facillimumque est,                       []
   5              qua solatus es allocutione?                                []
   6              irascor tibi. sic meos amores?                             []
   7           paulum quid lubet allocutionis,                               []
   8              maestius lacrimis Simonideis.                              []
 40. digt.                                                                     .
   1          Quaenam te mala mens, miselle Raui-                            []
   2       -de, agit praecipitem in meos iambos?                             []
   3             quis deus tibi non bene aduocatus                           []
   4              uecordem parat excitare rixam?                             []
   5                an ut peruenias in ora uulgi?                            []
   6          quid uis? qualubet esse notus optas?                           []
   7             eris, quandoquidem meos amores                              []
  
  
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   8               cum longa uoluisti amare poena.                           []
 41. digt.                                                                     .
   1                    Ameana puella defututa                               []
   2                  tota milia me decem poposcit,                          []
   3                 ista turpiculo puella naso,                             []
   4                 decoctoris amica Formiani.                              []
   5          propinqui, quibus est puella curae,                            []
   6                 amicos medicosque conuocate:                            []
   7              non est sana puella, nec rogare                            []
   8           qualis sit solet aes imaginosum.                              []
 42. digt.                                                                     .
   1             Adeste, hendecasyllabi, quot estis                          []
   2            omnes undique, quotquot estis omnes.                         []
   3              iocum me putat esse moecha turpis,                         []
   4              et negat mihi nostra reddituram                            []
   5                 pugillaria, si pati potestis.                           []
   6             persequamur eam et reflagitemus.                            []
   7        quae sit, quaeritis? illa, quam uidetis                          []
 
  
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   8             turpe incedere, mimice ac moleste                           []
   9              ridentem catuli ore Gallicani.                             []
  10          circumsistite eam, et reflagitate,                             []
  11            'moecha putida, redde codicillos,                            []
  12              redde, putida moecha, codicillos!'                         []
  13             non assis facis? o lutum, lupanar,                          []
  14               aut si perditius potes quid esse.                         []
  15          sed non est tamen hoc satis putandum.                          []
  16              quod si non aliud potest, ruborem                          []
  17                ferreo canis exprimamus ore.                             []
  18           conclamate iterum altiore uoce                                []
  19            'moecha putida, redde codicillos,                            []
  20              redde, putida moecha, codicillos!'                         []
  21            sed nil proficimus, nihil mouetur.                           []
  22              mutanda est ratio modusque uobis,                          []
  23            siquid proficere amplius potestis:                           []
  24          'pudica et proba, redde codicillos.'                           []
  
  
  
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   1              Salue, nec minimo puella naso                              []
   2             nec bello pede nec nigris ocellis                           []
   3             nec longis digitis nec ore sicco                            []
   4               nec sane nimis elegante lingua,                           []
   5                 decoctoris amica Formiani.                              []
   6              ten prouincia narrat esse bellam?                          []
   7               tecum Lesbia nostra comparatur?                           []
   8            o saeclum insapiens et infacetum!                            []
 45. digt.                                                                     .
   1                Acmen Septimius suos amores                              []
   2               tenens in gremio 'mea' inquit 'Acme,                      []
   3           ni te perdite amo atque amare porro                           []
   4              omnes sum assidue paratus annos,                           []
   5           quantum qui pote plurimum perire,                             []
   6              solus in Libya Indiaque tosta                              []
   7               caesio ueniam obuius leoni.'                              []
   8             hoc ut dixit, Amor sinistra ut ante                         []
 
  
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   9             dextra sternuit approbationem.                              []
  10                at Acme leuiter caput reflectens                         []
  11              et dulcis pueri ebrios ocellos                             []
  12                illo purpureo ore suauiata,                              []
  13          'sic,' inquit 'mea uita Septimille,                            []
  14             huic uni domino usque seruiamus,                            []
  15               ut multo mihi maior acriorque                             []
  16              ignis mollibus ardet in medullis.'                         []
  17             hoc ut dixit, Amor sinistra ut ante                         []
  18             dextra sternuit approbationem.                              []
  19               nunc ab auspicio bono profecti                            []
  20                  mutuis animis amant amantur.                           []
  21                 unam Septimius misellus Acmen                           []
  22             mauult quam Syrias Britanniasque:                           []
  23                uno in Septimio fidelis Acme                             []
  24                 facit delicias libidinesque.                            []
  25             quis ullos homines beatiores                                []
  26         uidit, quis Venerem auspicatiorem?                              []
  
  
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   1               Iam uer egelidos refert tepores,                          []
   2             iam caeli furor aequinoctialis                              []
   3               iucundis Zephyri silescit aureis.                         []
   4            linquantur Phrygii, Catulle, campi                           []
   5              Nicaeaeque ager uber aestuosae:                            []
   6                ad claras Asiae uolemus urbes.                           []
   7         iam mens praetrepidans auet uagari,                             []
   8               iam laeti studio pedes uigescunt.                         []
   9               o dulces comitum ualete coetus,                           []
  10             longe quos simul a domo profectos                           []
  11                diuersae uariae uiae reportant.                          []
 47. digt.                                                                     .
   1            Porci et Socration, duae sinistrae                           []
   2               Pisonis, scabies famesque mundi,                          []
   3                  uos Veraniolo meo et Fabullo                           []
   4              uerpus praeposuit Priapus ille?                            []
   5               uos conuiuia lauta sumptuose                              []
 
  
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   6                de die facitis, mei sodales                              []
   7             quaerunt in triuio uocationes?                              []
 48. digt.                                                                     .
   1                Mellitos oculos tuos, Iuuenti,                           []
   2            si quis me sinat usque basiare,                              []
   3              usque ad milia basiem trecenta                             []
   4             nec numquam uidear satur futurus,                           []
   5               non si densior aridis aristis                             []
   6           sit nostrae seges osculationis.                               []
 49. digt.                                                                     .
   1                Disertissime Romuli nepotum,                             []
   2          quot sunt quotque fuere, Marce Tulli,                          []
   3             quotque post aliis erunt in annis,                          []
   4               gratias tibi maximas Catullus                             []
   5               agit pessimus omnium poeta,                               []
   6              tanto pessimus omnium poeta,                               []
   7           quanto tu optimus omnium patronus.                            []
  
  
  
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   1              Hesterno, Licini, die otiosi                               []
   2              multum lusimus in meis tabellis,                           []
   3               ut conuenerat esse delicatos:                             []
   4            scribens uersiculos uterque nostrum                          []
   5                 ludebat numero modo hoc modo illoc,                     []
   6              reddens mutua per iocum atque uinum.                       []
   7              atque illinc abii tuo lepore                               []
   8              incensus, Licini, facetiisque,                             []
   9              ut nec me miserum cibus iuuaret                            []
  10             nec somnus tegeret quiete ocellos,                          []
  11             sed toto indomitus furore lecto                             []
  12              uersarer, cupiens uidere lucem,                            []
  13              ut tecum loquerer simulque ut essem.                       []
  14                at defessa labore membra postquam                        []
  15                 semimortua lectulo iacebant,                            []
  16             hoc, iucunde, tibi poema feci,                              []
  17             ex quo perspiceres meum dolorem.                            []
 
  
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  18           nunc audax caue sis, precesque nostras,                       []
  19               oramus, caue despuas, ocelle,                             []
  20              ne poenas Nemesis reposcat a te.                           []
  21            est uemens dea: laedere hanc caueto.                         []
 53. digt.                                                                     .
   1               Risi nescio quem modo e corona,                           []
   2              qui, cum mirifice Vatiniana                                []
   3               meus crimina Caluos explicasset,                          []
   4              admirans ait haec manusque tollens,                        []
   5              'di magni, salaputium disertum!'                           []
 54. digt.                                                                     .
   1               Othonis caput oppido est pusillum, (?)et                  []
   2              (?)eri rustice semilauta crura,                            []
   3             subtile et leue peditum Libonis,                            []
   4              si non omnia, displicere uellem                            []
   5               tibi et Sufficio seni recocto ...                         []
   6                irascere iterum meis iambis                              []
   7                inmerentibus, unice imperator.                           []
  
  
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   1               O rem ridiculam, Cato, et iocosam,                        []
   2           dignamque auribus et tuo cachinno!                            []
   3            ride quidquid amas, Cato, Catullum:                          []
   4            res est ridicula et nimis iocosa.                            []
   5               deprendi modo pupulum puellae                             []
   6        trusantem; hunc ego, si placet Dionae,                           []
   7                 protelo rigida mea cecidi.                              []
 57. digt.                                                                     .
   1             Pulcre conuenit improbis cinaedis,                          []
   2               Mamurrae pathicoque Caesarique.                           []
   3             nec mirum: maculae pares utrisque,                          []
   4            urbana altera et illa Formiana,                              []
   5             impressae resident nec eluentur:                            []
   6               morbosi pariter, gemelli utrique,                         []
   7             uno in lecticulo erudituli ambo,                            []
   8        non hic quam ille magis uorax adulter,                           []
   9                  riuales socii puellularum.                             []
 
  
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  10             pulcre conuenit improbis cinaedis.                          []
 58. digt.                                                                     .
   1              Caeli, Lesbia nostra, Lesbia illa,                         []
   2              illa Lesbia, quam Catullus unam                            []
   3        plus quam se atque suos amauit omnes,                            []
   4             nunc in quadriuiis et angiportis                            []
   5               glubit magnanimi Remi nepotes.                            []
 58b. digt.                                                                    .
   1   Non custos si fingar ille Cretum,                                      ..
   2              non Ladas ego pinnipesue Perseus,                          []
   3                 non si Pegaseo ferar uolatu,                            []
   4               non Rhesi niueae citaeque bigae;                          []
   5            adde huc plumipedas uolatilesque,                            []
   6              uentorumque simul require cursum,                          []
   7          quos iunctos, Cameri, mihi dicares:                            []
   8              defessus tamen omnibus peresus                             []
   9             essem te mihi, amice, quaeritando.                          []
  
  
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   1         Vesper adest, iuuenes,   consurgite: Vesper Olympo             [ ]
   2                 exspectata diu   uix tandem lumina tollit.             [ ]
   3            surgere iam tempus,   iam pinguis linquere mensas,          [ ]
   4              iam ueniet uirgo,   iam dicetur  hymenaeus.               [ ]?
   5             Hymen o    Hymenaee, Hymen   ades o  Hymenaee!             [ ]!
   6            Cernitis, innuptae,   iuuenes? consurgite contra;           [ ]
   7                nimirum Oetaeos   ostendit Noctifer ignes.              [ ]
   8          sic certest; uiden ut   perniciter exsiluere?                 [ ]
   9             non temere exsiluere, canent quod uincere par est.         [ ]!
  10             Hymen o    Hymenaee, Hymen   ades o  Hymenaee!             [ ]!
  11             Non facilis nobis,   aequales, palma parata est;           [ ]
  12             aspicite, innuptae   secum ut meditata requirunt.          [ ]
  13          non frustra   meditantur: habent   memorabile quod sit;       [ ]
  14             nec mirum, penitus   quae tota mente laborant.             [1]
  15               nos alio mentes,   alio diuisimus aures;                 [ ]
  16            iure igitur   uincemur: amat   uictoria curam.              [ ]
  17              quare nunc animos   saltem conuertite uestros;            [ ]
 
  
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  18          dicere iam incipient,   iam respondere decebit.               [ ]
  19             Hymen o    Hymenaee, Hymen   ades o  Hymenaee!             [ ]!
  20            Hespere, quis caelo   fertur crudelior ignis?               [ ]
  21               qui natam possis   complexu auellere matris,             [ ]
  22                complexu matris   retinentem auellere natam,            [ ]
  23              et iuueni ardenti   castam donare puellam.                [ ]
  24          quid faciunt   hostes capta   crudelius urbe?                 [ ]?
  25             Hymen o    Hymenaee, Hymen   ades o  Hymenaee!             [ ]!
  26            Hespere, quis caelo   lucet iucundior ignis?                [1]
  27               qui desponsa tua   firmes conubia flamma,                [ ]
  28            quae pepigere uiri,   pepigerunt ante parentes,             [ ]
  29              nec iunxere prius   quam se tuus extulit ardor.           [ ]
  30             quid datur a diuis   felici optatius hora?                 [2]
  31             Hymen o    Hymenaee, Hymen   ades o  Hymenaee!             [ ]!
  32              Hesperus e nobis,   aequales, abstulit unam. ...          [2]?
  33             namque tuo aduentu   uigilat custodia semper,              [ ]
  34            nocte latent fures,   quos idem saepe reuertens,            [ ]
  
  
  
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  35                Hespere, mutato   comprendis nomine Eous.               [2]
  36              at lubet innuptis   ficto te carpere questu.              [ ]?
  37          quid tum, si carpunt,   tacita quem mente requirunt?          [ ]
  38             Hymen o    Hymenaee, Hymen   ades o  Hymenaee!             [ ]!
  39             Vt flos in saeptis   secretus nascitur hortis,             [ ]
  40                ignotus pecori,   nullo conuolsus aratro,               [ ]
  41            quem mulcent aurae,   firmat sol, educat imber;             [ ]
  42             multi illum pueri,   multae optauere puellae:              [ ]
  43                 idem cum tenui   carptus defloruit ungui,              [ ]
  44             nulli illum pueri,   nullae optauere puellae:              [ ]
  45         sic uirgo,   dum intacta manet,   dum cara suis est;           [ ]
  46              cum castum amisit   polluto corpore florem,               [ ]
  47             nec pueris   iucunda manet,   nec cara puellis.            [ ]
  48             Hymen o    Hymenaee, Hymen   ades o  Hymenaee!             [ ]!
  49             Vt uidua in   nudo uitis   quae nascitur aruo,             [ ]?
  50           numquam se extollit,   numquam mitem educat uuam,            [ ]
  51              sed tenerum prono   deflectens pondere corpus             [ ]?
  52              iam iam contingit   summum radice flagellum;              [ ]
 
  
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  53          hanc nulli agricolae,   nulli coluere iuuenci:                [ ]
  54          at si forte eadem est   ulmo coniuncta marito,                [ ]
  55         multi illam agricolae,   multi coluere iuuenci:                [ ]
  56          sic uirgo   dum intacta manet,   dum inculta senescit;        [ ]
  57               cum par conubium   maturo tempore adepta est,            [ ]?
  58           cara uiro   magis et minus est   inuisa parenti.             [ ]
  58             Hymen o    Hymenaee, Hymen   ades o  Hymenaee!             [ ]!
  59                 Et tu ne pugna   cum tali coniuge, uirgo.              [2]
  60         non aequom est   pugnare, pater   cui tradidit ipse,           [ ]
  61            ipse pater   cum matre, quibus   parere necesse est,        [ ]
  62            uirginitas   non tota tua est,   ex parte parentum est,     [ ]
  63           tertia pars patrist,   pars est data tertia matri,           [ ]
  64           tertia sola tua est:   noli pugnare duobus,                  [ ]
  65            qui genero   sua iura simul   cum dote dederunt.            [ ]
  66             Hymen o    Hymenaee, Hymen   ades o  Hymenaee!             [ ]!
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   1                Peliaco quondam   prognatae uertice pinus               [ ]
   2              dicuntur liquidas   Neptuni nasse per undas               [ ]?
  
  
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   3            Phasidos ad fluctus   et fines Aeeteos,                     [1]
   4             cum lecti iuuenes,   Argiuae robora pubis,                 [ ]
   5               auratam optantes   Colchis auertere pellem               [ ]
   6           ausi sunt   uada salsa cita   decurrere puppi,               [ ]!
   7              caerula uerrentes   abiegnis aequora palmis.              [ ]
   8           diua quibus retinens   in summis urbibus arces               [ ]
   9                ipsa leui fecit   uolitantem flamine currum,            [2]
  10               pinea coniungens   inflexae texta carinae.               [ ]
  11               illa rudem cursu   prima imbuit Amphitriten;             [ ]?
  12           quae simul ac rostro   uentosum proscidit aequor             [ ]
  13               tortaque remigio   spumis incanuit unda,                 [ ]?
  14                 emersere freti   candenti e gurgite uultus             [ ]
  15             aequoreae monstrum   Nereides admirantes.                  [u]
  16         illa, atque haud alia,   uiderunt luce marinas                 [ ]?
  17                mortales oculis   nudato corpore nymphas                [1]?
  18            nutricum   tenus exstantes   e gurgite cano.                [2]
  19            tum Thetidis Peleus   incensus fertur amore,                [ 
 
  
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  20             tum Thetis humanos   non despexit  hymenaeos,              [2]
  21           tum Thetidi pater ipse iugandum Pelea sensit.                [ ]!
  22                 o nimis optato   saeclorum tempore nati                [ ]
  23                heroes,   saluete, deum   genus! o bona matrum          [ ]
  23  progenies, saluete iterum                                               ..
  24             uos ego saepe, meo   uos carmine compellabo.               [ ]
  25              teque adeo eximie   taedis felicibus aucte,               [ ]
  26           Thessaliae   columen Peleu,   cui Iuppiter ipse,             [ ]
  27              ipse suos   diuum genitor   concessit amores;             [ ]
  28             tene Thetis tenuit   pulcerrima Nereine?                   [u]
  29               tene suam Tethys   concessit ducere neptem,              [ ]
  30               Oceanusque, mari   totum qui amplectitur orbem?          [1]
  31             quae simul optatae   finito tempore luces                  [ ]?
  32                aduenere, domum   conuentu tota frequentat              [1]
  33            Thessalia, oppletur   laetanti regia coetu:                 [ ]
  34           dona ferunt prae se,   declarant gaudia uultu.               [2]
  35              deseritur Cieros,   linquunt Pthiotica Tempe              [ ]
  36             Crannonisque domos   ac moenia Larisaea,                   [ ]
  
  
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  37              Pharsalum coeunt,   Pharsalia tecta frequentant.          [ ]
  38               rura colit nemo,   mollescunt colla iuuencis,            [ ]
  39             non humilis curuis   purgatur uinea rastris,               [ ]
  40               non glebam prono   conuellit uomere taurus,              [ ]
  41              non falx attenuat   frondatorem arboris umbram,           [ ]?
  42              squalida desertis   rubigo infertur aratris.              [ ]
  43               ipsius at sedes,   quacumque opulenta recessit           [ ]
  44                regia, fulgenti   splendent auro atque argento.         [ ]
  45            candet ebur soliis,   collucent pocula mensae,              [ ]
  46              tota domus gaudet   regali splendida gaza.                [ ]?
  47                puluinar   uero diuae   geniale locatur                 [ ]?
  48             sedibus in mediis,   Indo quod dente politum               [ ]
  49             tincta tegit roseo   conchyli purpura fuco.                [ ]?
  50          haec uestis   priscis hominum   uariata figuris               [ ]
  51                    heroum mira   uirtutes indicat arte.                [ ]
  52             namque fluentisono   prospectans litore Diae,              [ ]
  53                Thesea cedentem   celeri cum classe tuetur              [ ]
  54             indomitos   in corde gerens   Ariadna furores,             [ ]
 
  
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  55              necdum etiam sese   quae uisit uisere credit,             [ ]
  56                 utpote fallaci   quae tum primum excita somno          [ ]
  57             desertam in   sola miseram   se cernat harena.             [1]
  58             immemor at iuuenis   fugiens pellit uada remis,            [ ]
  59                irrita uentosae   linquens promissa procellae.          [ ]
  60          quem procul ex   alga maestis   Minois ocellis,               [ ]
  61              saxea ut effigies   bacchantis, prospicit, eheu,          [ ]
  62            prospicit et magnis   curarum fluctuat undis,               [ ]
  63             non flauo retinens   subtilem uertice mitram,              [1]
  64              non contecta leui   uelatum pectus amictu,                [ ]?
  65            non tereti strophio   lactentis uincta papillas,            [ ]
  66                omnia quae toto   delapsa e corpore passim              [ ]?
  67              ipsius ante pedes   fluctus salis alludebant.             [ ]
  68           sed neque tum mitrae   neque tum fluitantis amictus          [ ]
  69            illa uicem   curans toto ex   te pectore, Theseu,           [ ]
  70               toto animo, tota   pendebat perdita mente.               [2]
  71             a misera, assiduis   quam luctibus externauit              [ ]
  
  
  
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  72               spinosas   Erycina serens   in pectore curas,            [2]?
  73                  illa tempestate, ferox quo ex tempore Theseus         [ ]!
  74                egressus curuis   e litoribus Piraei                    [1]
  75                attigit iniusti   regis Gortynia templa.                [1]
  76             nam perhibent olim   crudeli peste coactam                 [ ]?
  77                   Androgeoneae   poenas exsoluere caedis               [2]
  78              electos   iuuenes simul et   decus innuptarum             [ ]
  79         Cecropiam   solitam esse dapem   dare Minotauro.               [u]
  80             quis angusta malis   cum moenia uexarentur,                [ ]
  81              ipse suum Theseus   pro caris corpus Athenis              [ ]
  82               proicere optauit   potius quam talia Cretam              [ ]
  83               funera Cecropiae   nec funera portarentur.               [ ]
  84            atque ita naue leui   nitens ac lenibus auris               [1]?
  85           magnanimum ad   Minoa uenit   sedesque superbas              [u]
  86           hunc simul ac cupido   conspexit lumine uirgo                [ ]
  87             regia, quam suauis   exspirans castus odores               [ ]
  88              lectulus in molli   complexu matris alebat,               [ ]
 
  
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  89                 quales Eurotae   praecingunt flumina myrtus            [ ]
  90              auraue distinctos   educit uerna colores,                 [ ]?
  91              non prius ex illo   flagrantia declinauit                 [ ]
  92            lumina, quam cuncto   concepit corpore flammam              [ ]
  93            funditus atque imis   exarsit tota medullis.                [ ]
  94           heu misere exagitans   immiti corde furores                  [ ]?
  95           sancte puer,   curis hominum   qui gaudia misces,            [1]
  96           quaeque regis Golgos   quaeque Idalium frondosum,            [ ]
  97              qualibus incensam   iactastis mente puellam               [ ]
  98            fluctibus, in flauo   saepe hospite suspirantem!            [ ]?
  99             quantos illa tulit   languenti corde timores!              [ ]
 100             quanto saepe magis   fulgore expalluit auri,               [ ]
 101           cum saeuum   cupiens contra   contendere monstrum            [ ]
 102           aut mortem appeteret   Theseus aut praemia laudis!           [ ]
 103              non ingrata tamen   frustra munuscula diuis               [ ]?
 104              promittens tacito   succepit uota labello.                [ ]
 105             nam uelut in summo   quatientem brachia Tauro              [ ]
 106          quercum aut conigeram   sudanti cortice pinum                 [ ]
  
  
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 107                indomitus turbo   contorquens flamine robur,            [ ]
 108             eruit (illa procul   radicitus exturbata                   [1]
 109            prona cadit,   late quaeuis   cumque obuia frangens),       [ ]
 110              sic domito saeuum   prostrauit corpore Theseus            [ ]
 111                nequiquam uanis   iactantem cornua uentis.              [ ]
 112            inde pedem   sospes multa   cum laude reflexit              [ ]
 113               errabunda regens   tenui uestigia filo,                  [ ]
 114                ne labyrintheis   e flexibus egredientem                [ ]?
 115                tecti frustraretur inobseruabilis error.                [u]!
 116           sed quid ego a primo   digressus carmine plura               [2]?
 117        commemorem, ut linquens   genitoris filia uultum,               [ ]
 118               ut consanguineae   complexum, ut denique matris,         [ ]
 119           quae misera in gnata   deperdita laetabatur,                 [ ]?
 120             omnibus his Thesei   dulcem prae -optarit amorem:          [ ]
 121              aut ut uecta rati   spumosa ad litora Diae                [ ]?
 122            uenerit, aut ut eam   deuinctam lumina somno                [ ]
 123              liquerit immemori   discedens pectore coniunx?            [ ]
 124          saepe illam perhibent   ardenti corde furentem                [ ]
 
  
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 125                 clarisonas imo   fudisse e pectore uoces,              [2]?
 126              ac tum praeruptos   tristem conscendere montes,           [ ]
 127         unde aciem in   pelagi uastos   protenderet aestus,            [ ]
 128         tum tremuli   salis aduersas   procurrere in undas             [ ]
 129                 mollia nudatae   tollentem tegmina surae,              [ ]
 130            atque haec extremis   maestam dixisse querellis,            [ ]
 131                 frigidulos udo   singultus ore cientem:                [2]
 132             'sicine me patriis   auectam, perfice, ab aris,            [ ]?
 133               perfide, deserto   liquisti in litore, Theseu?           [ ]?
 134               sicine discedens   neglecto numine diuum,                [ ]
 135              immemor a!   deuota domum   periuria portas?              [u]!
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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 136             nullane res potuit   crudelis flectere mentis              [ ]
 137          consilium?   tibi nulla fuit   clementia praesto,             [ ]
 138             immite ut   nostri uellet   miserescere pectus?            [ ]
 139          at non haec   quondam blanda   promissa dedisti               [ ]
 140          uoce mihi,   non haec miserae   sperare iubebas,              [2]
 141                sed conubia laeta, sed optatos hymenaeos,               [ ]!
 142              quae cuncta aërii   discerpunt irrita uenti.              [ ]
 143            nunc iam nulla uiro   iuranti femina credat,                [ ]?
 144              nulla uiri speret   sermones esse fideles;                [2]?
 145     quis dum aliquid   cupiens animus   praegestit apisci,             [ ]
 146             nil metuunt   iurare, nihil   promittere parcunt:          [2]
 147         sed simul ac   cupidae mentis   satiata libido est,            [ ]
 148            dicta nihil   metuere, nihil   periuria curant.             [ ]
 149          certe ego te in medio   uersantem turbine leti                [ ]
 150              eripui, et potius   germanum amittere creui,              [ ]?
 151              quam tibi fallaci   supremo in tempore dessem.            [ ]
 
  
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 152              pro quo dilaceranda feris dabor alitibusque               [1]!
 153          praeda, neque iniacta   tumulabor mortua terra.               [ ]
 154              quaenam te genuit   sola sub rupe leaena,                 [ ]
 155            quod mare conceptum   spumantibus exspuit undis,            [ ]
 156       quae Syrtis,   quae Scylla rapax,   quae uasta Carybdis,         [ ]
 157               talia qui reddis   pro dulci praemia uita?               [ ]
 158            si tibi non   cordi fuerant   conubia nostra,               [ ]
 159            saeua quod horrebas   prisci praecepta parentis,            [ ]
 160             attamen in uestras   potuisti ducere sedes,                [ ]
 161              quae tibi iucundo   famularer serua labore,               [ ]
 162             candida permulcens   liquidis uestigia lymphis,            [ ]
 163                purpureaue tuum   consternens ueste cubile.             [ ]
 164           sed quid ego ignaris   nequiquam conquerar auris,            [ ]
 165                externata malo,   quae nullis sensibus auctae           [ ]
 166              nec missas   audire queunt   nec reddere uoces?           [ ]
 167         ille autem   prope iam mediis   uersatur in undis,             [ ]
 168           nec quisquam apparet   uacua mortalis in alga.               [ ]
 169            sic nimis insultans   extremo tempore saeua                 [ ]?
  
  
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 170             fors etiam nostris   inuidit questibus auris.              [ ]
 171           Iuppiter omnipotens,   utinam ne tempore primo               [ ]
 172               Cnosia Cecropiae   tetigissent litora puppes,            [ ]
 173              indomito   nec dira ferens   stipendia tauro              [ ]
 174             perfidus in Cretam   religasset nauita funem,              [ ]
 175         nec malus hic   celans dulci   crudelia forma                  [ ]?
 176            consilia in nostris   requiesset sedibus hospes!            [ ]
 177            nam quo me referam?   quali spe perdita nitor?              [1]?
 178                 Idaeosne petam   montes? at gurgite lato               [ ]
 179               discernens ponti   truculentum diuidit aequor.           [ ]
 180             an patris auxilium   sperem? quemne ipsa reliqui           [ ]
 181              respersum iuuenem   fraterna caede secuta?                [ ]
 182               coniugis an fido   consoler memet amore?                 [ ]
 183             quine fugit lentos   incurans gurgite remos?               [ ]
 184              praeterea   nullo colitur   sola insula tecto,            [ ]
 185             nec patet egressus   pelagi cingentibus undis.             [ ]
 186             nulla fugae ratio,   nulla spes: omnia muta,               [ ]?
 187               omnia sunt deserta, ostentant omnia letum.               [ ]!
 
  
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 188            non tamen ante mihi   languescent lumina morte,             [ ]
 189              nec prius a fesso   secedent corpore sensus,              [ ]?
 190            quam iustam a diuis   exposcam prodita multam               [ ]
 191             caelestumque fidem   postrema comprecer hora.              [ ]?
 192              quare facta uirum   multantes uindice poena               [ ]
 193         Eumenides,   quibus anguino   redimita capillo                 [ ]?
 194              frons exspirantis   praeportat pectoris iras,             [ ]
 195                huc huc aduentate, meas audite querellas,               [ ]!
 196     quas ego, uae   misera, extremis   proferre medullis               [ ]
 197           cogor inops, ardens,   amenti caeca furore.                  [ ]
 198             quae quoniam uerae   nascuntur pectore ab imo,             [ ]
 199                uos nolite pati   nostrum uanescere luctum,             [1]
 200              sed quali   solam Theseus   me mente reliquit,            [ ]?
 201              tali mente, deae,   funestet seque suosque.'              [ ]
 202            has postquam maesto   profudit pectore uoces,               [ ]
 203              supplicium saeuis   exposcens anxia factis,               [ ]
 204                 annuit inuicto   caelestum numine rector;              [ ]
  
  
  
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 205                quo motu tellus   atque horrida contremuerunt           [ ]?
 206              aequora concussit  -que micantia sidera mundus.           [ ]
 207             ipse autem   caeca mentem   caligine Theseus               [ ]
 208                consitus oblito   dimisit pectore cuncta,               [ ]?
 209             quae mandata prius   constanti mente tenebat,              [ ]
 210              dulcia nec maesto   sustollens signa parenti              [ ]
 211             sospitem Erectheum   se ostendit uisere portum.            [ ]
 212            namque ferunt olim,   classi cum moenia diuae               [ ]
 213            linquentem   gnatum uentis   concrederet Aegeus,            [ ]
 214                talia complexum   iuueni mandata dedisse:               [ ]
 215              'gnate mihi longa   iucundior unice uita,                 [ ]?
 216    gnate, ego quem in   dubios cogor   dimittere casus,                [ ]
 217             reddite in extrema   nuper mihi fine senectae,             [1]?
 218           quandoquidem   fortuna mea ac   tua feruida uirtus           [ ]
 219                  eripit inuito   mihi te, cui languida nondum          [ ]?
 
  
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 220              lumina sunt gnati   cara saturata figura,                 [1]?
 221             non ego te gaudens   laetanti pectore mittam,              [ ]
 222             nec te ferre sinam   fortunae signa secundae,              [ ]
 223              sed primum multas   expromam mente querellas,             [ ]
 224              canitiem terra at  -que infuso puluere foedans,           [ ]?
 225              inde infecta uago   suspendam lintea malo,                [ ]
 226              nostros ut luctus   nostraeque incendia mentis            [ ]
 227               carbasus obscurata dicet ferrugine Hibera.               [u]!
 228            quod tibi si sancti   concesserit incola Itoni,             [ ]
 229        quae nostrum   genus ac sedes   defendere Erecthei              [ ]
 230               annuit, ut tauri   respergas sanguine dextram,           [ ]
 231           tum uero   facito ut memori   tibi condita corde             [1]
 232             haec uigeant mandata, nec ulla oblitteret aetas;           [ ]!
 233            ut simul ac nostros   inuisent lumina collis,               [ ]
 234              funestam antennae   deponant undique uestem,              [ ]
 235             candidaque intorti   sustollant uela rudentes,             [ ]
 236            quam primum cernens   ut laeta gaudia mente                 [ ]
 237               agnoscam, cum te   reducem aetas prospera sistet.'       [ ]
  
  
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 238             haec mandata prius   constanti mente tenentem              [ ]
 239              Thesea ceu pulsae   uentorum flamine nubes                [ ]
 240                 aëreum   niuei montis   liquere cacumen.               [ ]
 241             at pater, ut summa   prospectum ex arce petebat,           [ ]
 242              anxia in assiduos   absumens lumina fletus,               [ ]
 243             cum primum infecti   conspexit lintea ueli,                [ ]
 244               praecipitem sese   scopulorum e uertice iecit,           [2]?
 245                amissum credens   immiti Thesea fato.                   [ ]
 246              sic funesta domus   ingressus tecta paterna               [ ]
 247           morte ferox Theseus,   qualem Minoidi luctum                 [ ]
 248           obtulerat   mente immemori,   talem ipse recepit.            [ ]?
 249           quae tum prospectans   cedentem maesta carinam               [ ]
 250              multiplices animo   uoluebat saucia curas.                [ ]
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 251             at parte ex   alia florens   uolitabat Iacchus             [ ]
 252              cum thiaso Satyrorum et Nysigenis Silenis,                [ ]!
 253           te quaerens,   Ariadna, tuo  -que incensus amore.            [ ]
 254        quae tum alacres passim   lymphata mente furebant               [ ]?
 255              euhoe bacchantes,   euhoe capita inflectentes.            [ ]
 
  
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 256               harum pars tecta   quatiebant cuspide thyrsos,           [ ]
 257                 pars e diuolso   iactabant membra iuuenco,             [ ]
 258               pars sese tortis   serpentibus incingebant,              [ ]?
 259             pars obscura cauis   celebrabant orgia cistis,             [ ]
 260             orgia quae frustra   cupiunt audire profani;               [ ]
 261               plangebant aliae   proceris tympana palmis,              [ ]
 262              aut tereti tenuis   tinnitus aere ciebant;                [ ]?
 263              multis raucisonos   efflabant cornua bombos               [ ]
 264           barbaraque horribili   stridebat tibia cantu.                [ ]?
 265              talibus amplifice   uestis decorata figuris               [ ]
 266             puluinar   complexa suo   uelabat amictu.                  [ ]?
 267           quae postquam cupide   spectando Thessala pubes              [ ]
 268         expleta est,   sanctis coepit   decedere diuis.                [ ]
 269            hic, qualis   flatu placidum   mare matutino                [u]
 270           horrificans Zephyrus   procliuas incitat undas,              [ ]?
 271                 Aurora exoriente uagi sub limina Solis,                [ ]!
 272              quae tarde primum   clementi flamine pulsae               [ ]
 273            procedunt   leuiterque sonant    plangore cachinni,         [ ]
  
  
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 274           post uento   crescente magis   magis increbescunt,           [ ]
 275             purpureaque procul   nantes ab luce refulgent:             [ ]
 276              sic tum uestibuli   linquentes regia tecta                [ ]
 277             ad se quisque uago   passim pede discedebant.              [ ]
 278             quorum post abitum   princeps e uertice Pelei              [ ]
 279               aduenit   Chiron portans   siluestria dona:              [ ]
 280          nam quoscumque ferunt   campi, quos Thessala magnis           [ ]
 281            montibus ora creat,   quos propter fluminis undas           [ ]
 282            aura parit   flores tepidi   fecunda Fauoni,                [1]
 283               hos indistinctis   plexos tulit ipse corollis,           [ ]
 284             quo permulsa domus   iucundo risit odore.                  [ ]
 285               confestim   Penios adest,   uiridantia Tempe,            [u]
 286             Tempe, quae siluae   cingunt super impendentes,            [ ]
 287          (?)Minosim   linquens doris   celebranda choreis,             [ ]
 288        non uacuos:   namque ille tulit   radicitus altas               [ ]
 289                 fagos ac recto   proceras stipite laurus,              [ ]
 290               non sine nutanti   platano lentaque sorore               [ ]
 
  
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 291              flammati Phaethontis et aërea cupressu.                   [1]!
 292            haec circum   sedes late   contexta locauit,                [ ]
 293            uestibulum ut molli   uelatum fronde uireret.               [ ]?
 294          post hunc consequitur   sollerti corde Prometheus,            [ ]
 295               extenuata gerens   ueteris uestigia poenae,              [ ]
 296            quam quondam silici   restrictus membra catena              [ ]
 297              persoluit pendens   e uerticibus praeruptis.              [ ]
 298             inde pater   diuum sancta   cum coniuge natis-             [ ]
 299            -que aduenit caelo,   te solum, Phoebe, relinquens          [ ]
 300              unigenamque simul   cultricem montibus Idri:              [ ]
 301                Pelea nam tecum   pariter soror aspernata est,          [ ]
 302          nec Thetidis   taedas uoluit   celebrare iugalis.             [ ]
 303            qui postquam niueis   flexerunt sedibus artus,              [ ]
 304               large multiplici   constructae sunt dape mensae,         [ ]
 305            cum interea infirmo   quatientes corpora motu               [ ]
 306               ueridicos Parcae   coeperunt edere cantus.               [ ]
 307            his corpus tremulum   complectens undique uestis            [ ]
 308               candida purpurea   talos incinxerat ora,                 [ ]?
  
  
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 309                at roseae niueo   residebant uertice uittae,            [ ]
 310              aeternumque manus   carpebant rite laborem.               [ ]
 311            laeua colum   molli lana   retinebat amictum,               [1]?
 312            dextera tum leuiter   deducens fila supinis                 [ ]
 313              formabat digitis,   tum prono in pollice torquens         [ ]
 314                libratum tereti   uersabat turbine fusum,               [ ]
 315            atque ita decerpens   aequabat semper opus dens,            [ ]
 316              laneaque aridulis   haerebant morsa labellis,             [ ]
 317           quae prius in   leui fuerant   exstantia filo:               [ ]
 318               ante pedes autem   candentis mollia lanae                [ ]
 319                uellera uirgati   custodibant calathisci.               [ ]?
 320             haec tum clarisona   pellentes uellera uoce                [ ]
 321                   talia diuino   fuderunt carmina fata,                [ ]?
 322             carmine, perfidiae   quod post nulla arguet aetas.         [ ]
 323                o decus eximium   magnis uirtutibus augens,             [ ]
 324                Emathiae   tutamen, Opis   carissime nato,              [2]
 325             accipe, quod laeta   tibi pandunt luce sorores,            [ ]
 
  
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 326             ueridicum oraclum:   sed uos, quae fata sequuntur,         [2]
 327               currite ducentes   subtegmina, currite, fusi.            [ ]
 328            adueniet   tibi iam portans   optata maritis                [ ]
 329             Hesperus, adueniet   fausto cum sidere coniunx,            [ ]
 330            quae tibi flexanimo   mentem perfundat amore,               [ ]
 331           languidulosque paret   tecum coniungere somnos,              [ ]
 332              leuia substernens   robusto brachia collo.                [ ]
 333               currite ducentes   subtegmina, currite, fusi.            [ ]
 334            nulla domus   tales umquam   contexit amores,               [ ]
 335               nullus amor tali   coniunxit foedere amantes,            [ ]
 336          qualis adest Thetidi,   qualis concordia Peleo.               [1]
 337               currite ducentes   subtegmina, currite, fusi.            [ ]
 338               nascetur   uobis expers   terroris Achilles,             [ ]
 339           hostibus haud tergo,   sed forti pectore notus,              [ ]
 340              qui persaepe uago   uictor certamine cursus               [ ]
 341             flammea praeuertet   celeris uestigia ceruae.              [ ]
 342               currite ducentes   subtegmina, currite, fusi.            [ ]
 343            non illi   quisquam bello   se conferet heros,              [ ]
  
  
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 344             cum Phrygii Teucro   manabunt sanguine campi,              [ ]?
 345             Troicaque obsidens   longinquo moenia bello,               [ ]
 346                periuri Pelopis   uastabit tertius heres.               [1]
 347               currite ducentes   subtegmina, currite, fusi.            [ ]
 348                illius egregias   uirtutes claraque facta               [ ]
 349               saepe fatebuntur   gnatorum in funere matres,            [ ]
 350            cum incultum   cano soluent   a uertice crinem,             [ ]
 351            putridaque infirmis   uariabunt pectora palmis.             [ ]
 352               currite ducentes   subtegmina, currite, fusi.            [ ]
 353            namque uelut densas   praecerpens messor aristas            [ ]
 354               sole sub ardenti   flauentia demetit arua,               [ ]?
 355             Troiugenum infesto   prosternet corpora ferro.             [ ]
 356               currite ducentes   subtegmina, currite, fusi.            [ ]
 357             testis erit magnis   uirtutibus unda Scamandri,            [ ]
 358             quae passim rapido   diffunditur Hellesponto,              [ ]
 359              cuius iter caesis   angustans corporum aceruis            [ ]
 360                alta tepefaciet   permixta flumina caede.               [ ]
 361               currite ducentes   subtegmina, currite, fusi.            [ ]
 
  
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 362            denique testis erit   morti quoque reddita praeda,          [ ]
 363              cum teres excelso   coaceruatam aggere bustum             [ ]
 364                excipiet niueos   perculsae uirginis artus.             [ ]
 365               currite ducentes   subtegmina, currite, fusi.            [ ]
 366          nam simul ac   fessis dederit   fors copiam Achiuis           [ ]
 367                urbis Dardaniae   Neptunia soluere uincla,              [ ]
 368                 alta Polyxenia   madefient caede sepulcra;             [ ]
 369           quae, uelut ancipiti   succumbens uictima ferro,             [ ]
 370               proiciet truncum   summisso poplite corpus.              [ ]
 371               currite ducentes   subtegmina, currite, fusi.            [ ]
 372            quare agite optatos   animi coniungite amores.              [ ]?
 373               accipiat coniunx   felici foedere diuam,                 [ ]?
 374                 dedatur cupido   iam dudum nupta marito.               [ ]
 375               currite ducentes   subtegmina, currite, fusi.            [ ]
 376               non illam nutrix   orienti luce reuisens                 [ ]
 377              hesterno   collum poterit   circumdare filo,              [ ]
 379                anxia nec mater   discordis maesta puellae              [ ]
  
  
  
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 380               secubitu   caros mittet   sperare nepotes.               [2]
 381               currite ducentes   subtegmina, currite, fusi.            [ ]
 382               talia praefantes   quondam felicia Pelei                 [ ]
 383                 carmina diuino   cecinerunt pectore Parcae.            [2]?
 384         praesentes   namque ante domos   inuisere castas               [ ]
 385                heroum, et sese   mortali ostendere coetu,              [ ]
 386            caelicolae   nondum spreta   pietate solebant.              [ ]
 387            saepe pater   diuum templo in   fulgente reuisens,          [ ]
 388               annua cum festis   uenissent sacra diebus,               [ ]
 389              conspexit   terra centum   procumbere tauros.             [ ]
 390              saepe uagus Liber   Parnasi uertice summo                 [ ]?
 391               Thyiadas effusis   euantis crinibus egit,                [ ]
 392                cum Delphi tota   certatim ex urbe ruentes              [ ]
 393             acciperent   laeti diuum   fumantibus aris.                [ ]?
 394              saepe in letifero   belli certamine Mauors                [ ]
 395             aut rapidi   Tritonis era aut   Amarunsia uirgo            [2]?
 
  
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 396          armatas   hominum est praesens   hortata cateruas.            [1]
 397          sed postquam   tellus scelere est   imbuta nefando            [ ]
 398             iustitiamque omnes   cupida de mente fugarunt,             [1]
 399                perfudere manus   fraterno sanguine fratres,            [1]
 400             destitit extinctos   gnatus lugere parentes,               [ ]
 401                optauit genitor   primaeui funera nati,                 [ ]
 402              liber ut innuptae   poteretur flore nouercae,             [ ]
 403                   ignaro mater   substernens se impia nato             [ ]
 404           impia non uerita est   diuos scelerare penates.              [ ]
 405              omnia fanda nefanda malo permixta furore                  [ ]!
 406               iustificam nobis   mentem auertere deorum.               [ ]
 407                quare nec talis   dignantur uisere coetus,              [ ]
 408                nec se contingi   patiuntur lumine claro.               [ ]
  
  
  
  
  
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   1                Etsi me assiduo   confectum cura dolore                 [ ]
   2              seuocat a doctis,   ¨ Ortale, uirginibus,                 [ ]
   3           nec potis est dulcis   Musarum expromere fetus               [ ]
   4             mens animi, tantis   ¨ fluctuat ipsa malis -               [ ]
   5               namque mei nuper   Lethaeo gurgite fratris               [ ]
   6              pallidulum manans   ¨ alluit unda pedem,                  [ ]
   7                  Troia Rhoeteo   quem subter litore tellus             [ ]
   8                ereptum nostris   ¨ obterit ex oculis.                  [ ]
  10           numquam ego te, uita   ¨ frater amabilior,                   [1]?
  11              aspiciam posthac?   at certe semper amabo,                [ ]
  12              semper maesta tua   ¨ carmina morte canam,                [ ]
  13              qualia sub densis   ramorum concinit umbris               [ ]
  14              Daulias, absumpti   ¨ fata gemens Ityli. -                [ ]
  15            sed tamen in tantis   maeroribus, Ortale, mitto             [ ]
  16             haec expressa tibi   ¨ carmina Battiadae,                  [ ]
  17             ne tua dicta uagis   nequiquam credita uentis              [ ]
  18                 effluxisse meo   ¨ forte putes animo,                  [ ]
 
  
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  19               ut missum sponsi   furtiuo munere malum                  [ ]
  20                procurrit casto   ¨ uirginis e gremio,                  [ ]
  21           quod miserae oblitae   molli sub ueste locatum,              [ ]
  22             dum aduentu matris   ¨ prosilit, excutitur,                [ ]
  23            atque illud   prono praeceps   agitur decursu,              [ ]?
  24              huic manat tristi   ¨ conscius ore rubor.                 [ ]
 66. digt.                                                                     .
   1                Omnia qui magni   dispexit lumina mundi,                [ ]
   2            qui stellarum ortus   ¨ comperit atque obitus,              [ ]
   3             flammeus ut rapidi   solis nitor obscuretur,               [ ]?
   4               ut cedant certis   ¨ sidera temporibus,                  [ ]
   5              ut Triuiam furtim   sub Latmia saxa relegans              [ ]
   6               dulcis amor gyro   ¨ deuocet aëreo:                      [ ]?
   7             idem me ille Conon   caelesti in lumine uidit              [ ]
   8                   e Bereoniceo   ¨ uertice caesariem                   [ ]
   9               fulgentem clare,   quam multis illa dearum               [ ]
  10               leuia protendens   ¨ brachia pollicita est,              [ ]
  11               qua rex tempestate nouo  auctus  hymenaeo                [ ]!
  
  
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  12                 uastatum finis   ¨ iuerat Assyrios,                    [ ]
  13               dulcia nocturnae   portans uestigia rixae,               [ ]
  14              quam de uirgineis   ¨ gesserat exuuiis.                   [ ]
  15           estne nouis   nuptis odio   Venus? anne parentum             [ ]
  16             frustrantur falsis   ¨ gaudia lacrimulis,                  [ ]
  17                ubertim thalami   quas intra limina fundunt?            [ ]?
  18              non, ita me diui,   ¨ uera gemunt, iuerint.               [1]
  19             id mea me   multis docuit   regina querellis               [ ]
  20                 inuisente nouo   ¨ proelia torua uiro.                 [ ]
  21              et tu non   orbum luxti   deserta cubile,                 [ ]
  22               sed fratris cari   ¨ flebile discidium?                  [ ]
  23           quam penitus maestas   exedit cura medullas!                 [ ]
  24              ut tibi tunc toto   ¨ pectore sollicitae                  [ ]
  25               sensibus ereptis   mens excidit! at te ego certe         [ ]
  26               cognoram a parua   ¨ uirgine magnanimam.                 [ ]
  27           anne bonum oblita es   facinus, quo regium adepta es         [ ]
  28            coniugium, quod non   ¨ fortior ausit alis?                 [ ]
  29           sed tum maesta uirum   mittens quae uerba locuta es!         [ ]
 
  
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  30            Iuppiter, ut tristi   ¨ lumina saepe manu!                  [ ]
  31                quis te mutauit   tantus deus? an quod amantes          [ ]?
  32               non longe a caro   ¨ corpore abesse uolunt?              [ ]
  33           atque ibi me cunctis   pro dulci coniuge diuis               [ ]
  34               non sine taurino   ¨ sanguine pollicita es,              [ ]
  35           si reditum   tetulisset. is haut   in tempore longo          [ ]
  36           captam Asiam Aegypti   ¨ finibus addiderat.                  [ ]
  37            quis ego pro factis   caelesti reddita coetu                [ ]
  38             pristina uota nouo   ¨ munere dissoluo.                    [ ]
  39               inuita, o   regina, tuo   de uertice cessi,              [ ]?
  40                 inuita: adiuro   ¨ teque tuumque caput,                [ ]
  41            digna ferat quod si   quis inaniter adiurarit:              [ ]
  42               sed qui se ferro   ¨ postulet esse parem?                [ ]
  43            ille quoque euersus   mons est, quem maximum in oris        [ ]
  44                progenies Thiae   ¨ clara superuehitur,                 [ ]
  45              cum Medi   peperere nouum   mare, cumque iuuentus         [2]?
  46              per medium classi   ¨ barbara nauit Athon.                [ ]
  47           quid facient crines,   cum ferro talia cedant?               [ ]
  
  
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  48          Iuppiter, ut Chalybon   ¨ omne genus pereat,                  [ ]
  49               et qui principio   sub terra quaerere uenas              [ ]
  50              institit ac ferri   ¨ stringere duritiem!                 [ ]
  51           abiunctae   paulo ante comae   mea fata sorores              [ ]
  52               lugebant, cum se   ¨ Memnonis Aethiopis                  [ ]
  53              unigena impellens   nutantibus aëra pennis                [ ]
  54               obtulit Arsinoes   ¨ Locrides ales equos,                [ ]
  55            isque per aetherias   me tollens auolat umbras              [ ]
  56               et Veneris casto   ¨ collocat in gremio.                 [ ]
  57            ipsa suum   Zephyritis eo   famulum legarat                 [ ]
  58               Graiia Canopitis   ¨ incola litoribus.                   [ ]
  59         (?)hi dii uen ib uario   ne solum in lumine caeli              [ ]?
  60                  ex Ariadnaeis   ¨ aurea temporibus                    [ ]
  61             fixa corona foret,   sed nos quoque fulgeremus             [ ]
  62                  deuotae flaui   ¨ uerticis exuuiae,                   [ ]
  63              uuidulam a fluctu   cedentem ad templa deum me            [ ]?
  64              sidus in antiquis   ¨ diua nouum posuit.                  [ ]
  65              Virginis et saeui   contingens namque Leonis              [ ]
 
  
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  66               lumina, Callisto   ¨ iuncta Lycaoniae,                   [ ]
  67             uertor in occasum,   tardum dux ante Booten,               [ ]
  68              qui uix sero alto   ¨ mergitur Oceano.                    [ ]
  69          sed quamquam   me nocte premunt   uestigia diuum,             [ ]
  70                lux autem canae   ¨ Tethyi restituit,                   [ ]
  71           (pace tua   fari hic liceat,   Ramnusia uirgo,               [ ]
  72            namque ego non ullo   ¨ uera timore tegam,                  [ ]
  73             nec si me infestis   discerpent sidera dictis,             [ ]
  74              condita quin ueri   ¨ pectoris euoluam)                   [ ]
  75           non his tam   laetor rebus,   quam me afore semper,          [ ]
  76             afore me a dominae   ¨ uertice discrucior,                 [ ]
  77        quicum ego, dum   uirgo quondam   fuit omnibus expers           [ ]
  78                 unguentis, una   ¨ uilia multa bibi.                   [ ]
  79               nunc uos, optato   quas iunxit lumine taeda,             [ ]
  80             non prius unanimis   ¨ corpora coniugibus                  [ ]
  81               tradite nudantes   reiecta ueste papillas,               [ ]
  82              quam iucunda mihi   ¨ munera libet onyx,                  [ ]?
  83           uester onyx,   casto colitis   quae iura cubili.             [ ]
  84             sed quae se impuro   ¨ dedit adulterio,                    [ ]
  
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  85             illius a   mala dona leuis   bibat irrita puluis:          [ ]!
  86         namque ego ab indignis   ¨ praemia nulla peto.                 [ ]
  87           sed magis, o nuptae,   semper concordia uestras,             [ ]
  88              semper amor sedes   ¨ incolat assiduus.                   [ ]
  89                tu uero,   regina tuens   cum sidera diuam              [ ]
  90                placabis festis   ¨ luminibus Venerem,                  [ ]
  91              unguinis expertem   non siris esse tuam me,               [ ]?
  92              sed potius largis   ¨ affice muneribus.                   [ ]
  93              sidera corruerint   utinam! coma regia fiam,              [ ]
  94             proximus Hydrochoi   ¨ fulgeret Oarion!                    [ ]
 67. digt.                                                                     .
   1                O dulci   iucunda uiro,   iucunda parenti,              [ ]?
   2              salue, teque bona   ¨ Iuppiter auctet ope,                [2]
   3              ianua, quam Balbo   dicunt seruisse benigne               [ ]
   4                olim, cum sedes   ¨ ipse senex tenuit,                  [ ]
   5        quamque ferunt   rursus gnato   seruisse maligne,               [ ]
   6           postquam es porrecto   ¨ facta marita sene.                  [ ]
   7              dic agedum nobis,   quare mutata feraris                  [ ]?
 
  
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   8             in dominum ueterem   ¨ deseruisse fidem.                   [ ]
   9             'Non (ita Caecilio   placeam, cui tradita nunc sum)        [ ]
  10        culpa mea est, quamquam   ¨ dicitur esse mea,                   [ ]
  11              nec peccatum a me   quisquam pote dicere quicquam:        [ ]?
  12         uerum (?)istius populi   ¨ ianua qui te facit,                 [ ]?
  13         qui, quacumque aliquid   reperitur non bene factum,            [ ]
  14           ad me omnes clamant:   ¨ ianua, culpa tua est.'              [ ]
  15          Non istuc   satis est uno   te dicere uerbo,                  [1]
  16           sed facere ut quiuis   ¨ sentiat et uideat.                  [ ]
  17            'Qui possum?   nemo quaerit   nec scire laborat.'           [ ]
  18             Nos uolumus: nobis   ¨ dicere ne dubita.                   [ ]
  19          'Primum igitur, uirgo   quod fertur tradita nobis,            [ ]
  20          falsum est. non illam   ¨ uir prior attigerit,                [ ]
  21              languidior tenera   cui pendens sicula beta               [ ]
  22              numquam se mediam   ¨ sustulit ad tunicam;                [ ]
  23               sed pater illius   gnati uiolasse cubile                 [1]
  24             dicitur et miseram   ¨ conscelerasse domum,                [ ]
  
  
  
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  25           siue quod impia mens   caeco flagrabat amore,                [ ]!
  26         seu quod iners sterili   ¨ semine natus erat,                  [ ]
  27          ut quaerendum unde unde foret neruosius illud,                [ ]!
  28              quod posset zonam   ¨ soluere uirgineam.'                 [ ]
  29              Egregium   narras mira   pietate parentem,                [ ]
  30             qui ipse sui gnati   ¨ minxerit in gremium.                [ ]
  31           'Atqui non solum hoc   dicit se cognitum habere              [ ]
  32                 Brixia Cycneae   ¨ supposita speculae,                 [ ]
  33              flauus quam molli   praecurrit flumine Mella,             [ ]
  34                 Brixia Veronae   ¨ mater amata meae,                   [ ]
  35             sed de Postumio et   Corneli narrat amore,                 [ ]?
  36          cum quibus illa malum   ¨ fecit adulterium.                   [ ]
  37           dixerit hic aliquis:   quid? tu istaec, ianua, nosti,        [ ]
  38             cui numquam domini   ¨ limine abesse licet,                [ ]
  39           nec populum auscultare, sed hic suffixa tigillo              [ ]!
  40           tantum operire soles   ¨ aut aperire domum?                  [ ]
  41             saepe illam audiui   furtiua uoce loquentem                [ ]
  42             solam cum ancillis   ¨ haec sua flagitia,                  [ ]
 
  
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  43                nomine dicentem   quos diximus, utpote quae mi          [ ]
  44               speraret nec lin¨guam esse nec auriculam.                [ ]!
  45              praeterea addebat   quendam, quem dicere nolo             [ ]
  46              nomine, ne tollat   ¨ rubra supercilia.                   [ ]
  47        longus homo est, magnas   cui lites intulit olim                [ ]?
  48                 falsum mendaci   ¨ uentre puerperium.'                 [ ]
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   1              Quod mihi fortuna   casuque oppressus acerbo              [1]
   2       conscriptum hoc lacrimis   ¨ mittis epistolium,                  [ ]
   3           naufragum ut eiectum   spumantibus aequoris undis            [ ]
   4           subleuem et a mortis   ¨ limine restituam,                   [ ]
   5        quem neque sancta Venus   molli requiescere somno               [ ]
   6              desertum in lecto   ¨ caelibe perpetitur,                 [ ]
   7              nec ueterum dulci   scriptorum carmine Musae              [ ]
   8            oblectant, cum mens   ¨ anxia peruigilat:                   [ ]
   9       id gratum est   mihi, me quoniam   tibi dicis amicum,            [ ]
  10              muneraque et Musa¨rum hinc petis et Veneris.              [ ]!
  11           sed tibi ne mea sint   ignota incommoda, Mani,               [ ]
  
  
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  12            neu me odisse putes   ¨ hospitis officium,                  [ ]
  13            accipe, quis merser   fortunae fluctibus ipse,              [ ]
  14            ne amplius a misero   ¨ dona beata petas.                   [ ]
  15             tempore quo primum   uestis mihi tradita pura est,         [2]
  16             iucundum cum aetas   ¨ florida uer ageret,                 [ ]
  17              multa satis lusi:   non est dea nescia nostri,            [ ]?
  18              quae dulcem curis   ¨ miscet amaritiem.                   [ ]
  19        sed totum hoc   studium luctu   fraterna mihi mors              [ ]?
  20             abstulit. o misero   ¨ frater adempte mihi,                [ ]
  21              tu mea tu moriens   fregisti commoda, frater,             [ ]
  22             tecum una tota est   ¨ nostra sepulta domus,               [ ]
  23                omnia tecum una   perierunt gaudia nostra,              [ ]?
  24              quae tuus in uita   ¨ dulcis alebat amor.                 [ ]
  25             cuius ego interitu   tota de mente fugaui                  [ ]?
  26        haec studia atque omnes   ¨ delicias animi.                     [ ]
  27            quare, quod scribis   Veronae turpe Catullo                 [ ]
  28        esse, quod hic quisquis   ¨ de meliore nota                     [ ]
  29                frigida deserto   tepefactet membra cubili,             [ ]
 
  
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  30              id, Mani, non est   ¨ turpe, magis miserum est.           [ ]
  31              ignosces   igitur si, quae   mihi luctus ademit,          [ ]
  32           haec tibi non tribuo   ¨ munera, cum nequeo.                 [ ]
  33           nam, quod scriptorum   non magna est copia apud me,          [ ]
  34            hoc fit, quod Romae   ¨ uiuimus: illa domus,                [ ]
  35               illa mihi sedes,   illic mea carpitur aetas;             [2]?
  36              huc una ex multis   ¨ capsula me sequitur.                [ ]
  37      quod cum ita sit,   nolim statuas   nos mente maligna             [ ]
  38            id facere aut animo   ¨ non satis ingenuo,                  [ ]
  39           quod tibi non utrius  -que petenti copia posta est:          [ ]
  40            ultro ego deferrem,   ¨ copia siqua foret.                  [ ]
  41            Non possum   reticere, deae,   qua me Allius in re          [ ]
  42            iuuerit aut quantis   ¨ iuuerit officiis,                   [ ]
  43             ne fugiens saeclis   obliuiscentibus aetas                 [ ]
  44               illius hoc caeca   ¨ nocte tegat studium:                [ ]
  45               sed dicam uobis,   uos porro dicite multis               [ ]
  46         milibus et facite haec   ¨ carta loquatur anus.                [ ]
  47  .....                                                                   ..
  
  
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  48              notescatque magis   ¨ mortuus atque magis,                [ ]
  49              nec tenuem texens   sublimis aranea telam                 [ ]
  50                in deserto Alli   ¨ nomine opus faciat.                 [ ]
  51       nam, mihi quam   dederit duplex   Amathusia curam,               [ ]
  52           scitis, et in quo me   ¨ torruerit genere,                   [ ]
  53             cum tantum arderem   quantum Trinacria rupes               [ ]
  54           lymphaque in Oetaeis   ¨ Malia Thermopylis,                  [ ]
  55           maesta neque assiduo   tabescere lumina fletu                [ ]?
  56               cessarent tristi   ¨-que imbre madere genae.             [ ]
  57                qualis in aërii   perlucens uertice montis              [ ]
  58                  riuus muscoso   ¨ prosilit e lapide,                  [ ]
  59             qui cum de   prona praeceps   est ualle uolutus,           [ ]
  60               per medium densi   ¨ transit iter populi,                [ ]
  61                  dulce uiatori   lasso in sudore leuamen,              [ ]
  62             cum grauis exustos   ¨ aestus hiulcat agros,               [ ]
  63              ac uelut in nigro   iactatis turbine nautis               [ ]
  64                lenius aspirans   ¨ aura secunda uenit                  [ ]
  65            iam prece Pollucis,   iam Castoris implorata,               [ ]
 
  
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  66                tale fuit nobis   ¨ Allius auxilium.                    [ ]
  67                is clausum lato   patefecit limite campum,              [ ]?
  68              isque domum nobis   ¨ isque dedit dominae,                [ ]
  69               ad quam communes   exerceremus amores.                   [ ]
  70               quo mea se molli   ¨ candida diua pede                   [ ]
  71               intulit et trito   fulgentem in limine plantam           [ ]
  72                  innixa arguta   ¨ constituit solea,                   [ ]
  73            coniugis ut quondam   flagrans aduenit amore                [ ]
  74                   Protesilaeam   ¨ Laudamia domum                      [1]
  75              inceptam frustra,   nondum cum sanguine sacro             [ ]
  76               hostia caelestis   ¨ pacificasset eros.                  [ ]
  77           nil mihi tam   ualde placeat,   Ramnusia uirgo,              [ ]
  78            quod temere inuitis   ¨ suscipiatur eris.                   [ ]
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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  79               quam ieiuna pium   desideret ara cruorem,                [1]
  80               docta est amisso   ¨ Laudamia uiro,                      [ ]
  81             coniugis ante coacta noui dimittere collum,                [2]!
  82            quam ueniens una at   ¨-que altera rursus hiems             [ ]
  83             noctibus in longis   auidum saturasset amorem,             [ ]
  84              posset ut abrupto   ¨ uiuere coniugio,                    [ ]
  85            quod scibant Parcae   non longo tempore abesse,             [ ]
  86                 si miles muros   ¨ isset ad Iliacos.                   [ ]
  87          nam tum Helenae raptu   primores Argiuorum                    [ ]?
  88               coeperat ad sese   ¨ Troia ciere uiros,                  [ ]
  89           Troia (nefas!) commune sepulcrum Asiae Europaeque,           [ ]!
  90           Troia uirum et uirtu¨tum omnium acerba cinis,                [ ]!
  91          quaene etiam   nostro letum   miserabile fratri               [ ]?
  92             attulit. ei misero   ¨ frater adempte mihi,                [ ]
 
  
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  93               ei misero fratri   iucundum lumen ademptum,              [2]?
  94             tecum una tota est   ¨ nostra sepulta domus,               [ ]
  95                omnia tecum una   perierunt gaudia nostra,              [ ]?
  96              quae tuus in uita   ¨ dulcis alebat amor.                 [ ]
  97            quem nunc tam longe   non inter nota sepulcra               [ ]
  98             nec prope cognatos   ¨ compositum cineres,                 [ ]
  99             sed Troia obscena,   Troia infelice sepultum               [ ]
 100                detinet extremo   ¨ terra aliena solo.                  [ ]
 101        ad quam tum   properans fertur   lecta undique pubes            [ ]
 102              Graeca penetralis   ¨ deseruisse focos,                   [ ]
 103               ne Paris abducta   gauisus libera moecha                 [ ]?
 104                    otia pacato   ¨ degeret in thalamo.                 [ ]
 105             quo tibi tum casu,   pulcerrima Laudamia,                  [ ]?
 106               ereptum est uita   ¨ dulcius atque anima                 [ ]
 107               coniugium: tanto   te absorbens uertice amoris           [ ]
 108             aestus in abruptum   ¨ detulerat barathrum,                [ ]
  
  
  
  
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 109            quale ferunt   Grai Pheneum   prope Cyllenaeum              [1]
 110                 siccare emulsa   ¨ pingue palude solum,                [ ]
 111          quod quondam   caesis montis   fodisse medullis               [ ]
 112              audit falsiparens   ¨ Amphitryoniades,                    [ ]
 113              tempore quo certa   Stymphalia monstra sagitta            [ ]
 114               perculit imperio   ¨ deterioris eri,                     [ ]
 115              pluribus ut caeli   tereretur ianua diuis,                [ ]
 116                 Hebe nec longa   ¨ uirginitate foret.                  [ ]
 117            sed tuus altus amor   barathro fuit altior illo,            [ ]
 118            qui tamen indomitam   ¨ ferre iugum docuit.                 [ ]
 119              nam nec tam carum   confecto aetate parenti               [ ]
 120                 una caput seri   ¨ nata nepotis alit,                  [ ]
 121              qui, cum diuitiis   uix tandem inuentus auitis            [ ]
 122                 nomen testatas   ¨ intulit in tabulas,                 [ ]
 123                   impia derisi   gentilis gaudia tollens               [ ]
 124                suscitat a cano   ¨ uolturium capiti:                   [1]
 125               nec tantum niueo   gauisa est ulla columbo               [ ]?
 126             compar, quae multo   ¨ dicitur improbius                   [ ]
 
  
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 127                oscula mordenti   semper decerpere rostro,              [ ]
 128            quam quae praecipue   ¨ multiuola est mulier.               [ ]
 129            sed tu horum magnos   uicisti sola furores,                 [ ]
 130              ut semel es flauo   ¨ conciliata uiro.                    [ ]
 131            aut nihil aut paulo   cui tum concedere digna               [ ]
 132             lux mea se nostrum   ¨ contulit in gremium,                [ ]
 133             quam circumcursans   hinc illinc saepe Cupido              [ ]
 134               fulgebat crocina   ¨ candidus in tunica.                 [ ]
 135            quae tamen etsi uno   non est contenta Catullo,             [1]
 136                rara uerecundae   ¨ furta feremus erae,                 [ ]
 137                ne nimium simus   stultorum more molesti.               [ ]
 138              saepe etiam Iuno,   ¨ maxima caelicolum,                  [ ]
 139              coniugis in culpa   flagrantem concoquit iram,            [ ]
 140               noscens omniuoli   ¨ plurima furta Iouis.                [ ]
 141                atqui nec diuis   homines componier aequum est,         [ ]?
 142           ... ingratum tremuli   ¨ tolle parentis onus.                [ ]
  
  
  
  
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 143            nec tamen illa mihi   dextra deducta paterna                [1]?
 144             fragrantem Assyrio   ¨ uenit odore domum,                  [ ]
 145              sed furtiua dedit   mira munuscula nocte,                 [ ]?
 146                 ipsius ex ipso   ¨ dempta uiri gremio.                 [ ]
 147         quare illud satis est,   si nobis is datur unis                [2]
 148          quem lapide illa dies   ¨ candidiore notat.                   [ ]
 149          hoc tibi, quod potui,   confectum carmine munus               [ ]
 150              pro multis, Alli,   ¨ redditur officiis,                  [ ]
 151            ne uestrum   scabra tangat   rubigine nomen                 [ ]
 152           haec atque illa dies   ¨ atque alia atque alia.              [ ]
 153                huc addent diui   quam plurima, quae Themis olim        [ ]
 154            antiquis solita est   ¨ munera ferre piis.                  [ ]
 155                  sitis felices   et tu simul et tua uita,              [ ]?
 156           et domus ipsa in qua   ¨ lusimus et domina,                  [ ]
 157               et qui principio   nobis (?)terram dedit aufert,         [ ]?
 158               a quo sunt primo   ¨  omnia nata bona,                   [ ]
 159            et longe ante omnes   mihi quae me carior ipso est,         [ ]
 
  
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 160              lux mea, qua uiua   ¨ uiuere dulce mihi est.              [ ]
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 69. digt.                                                                     .
   1                 Noli admirari,   quare tibi femina nulla,              [1]?
   2            Rufe, uelit tenerum   ¨ supposuisse femur,                  [ ]
   3             non si illam rarae   labefactes munere uestis              [ ]
   4                aut perluciduli   ¨ deliciis lapidis.                   [ ]
   5              laedit te quaedam   mala fabula, qua tibi fertur          [ ]
   6               ualle sub alarum   ¨ trux habitare caper.                [1]?
   7            hunc metuunt omnes,   neque mirum: nam mala ualde est       [ ]
   8             bestia, nec quicum   ¨ bella puella cubet.                 [ ]
   9             quare aut crudelem   nasorum interfice pestem,             [ ]
  10                   aut admirari   ¨ desine cur fugiunt.                 [ ]
 70. digt.                                                                     .
   1                 Nulli se dicit   mulier mea nubere malle               [ ]?
   2           quam mihi, non si se   ¨ Iuppiter ipse petat.                [ ]
   3              dicit: sed mulier   cupido quod dicit amanti,             [ ]
   4             in uento et rapida   ¨ scribere oportet aqua.              [ ]
  
  
  
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   1               Si cui iure bono   sacer alarum obstitit hircus,         [2]?
   2             aut si quem merito   ¨ tarda podagra secat,                [ ]
   3             aemulus iste tuus,   qui uestrum exercet amorem,           [ ]
   4           mirifice est (?)a te   ¨ nactus utrumque malum.              [ ]
   5           nam quotiens futuit,   totiens ulciscitur ambos:             [ ]
   6             illam affligit odo¨re, ipse perit podagra.                 [ ]!
 72. digt.                                                                     .
   1              Dicebas   quondam solum   te nosse Catullum,              [ ]
   2            Lesbia, nec prae me   ¨ uelle tenere Iouem.                 [ ]
   3                  dilexi tum te   non tantum ut uulgus amicam,          [ ]
   4            sed pater ut gnatos   ¨ diligit et generos.                 [ ]
   5               nunc te cognoui:   quare etsi impensius uror,            [ ]
   6              multo mi tamen es   ¨ uilior et leuior.                   [ ]?
   7         qui potis est, inquis?   quod amantem iniuria talis            [ ]
   8             cogit amare magis,   ¨ sed bene uelle minus.               [ ]
 
  
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   1              Desine de quoquam   quicquam bene uelle mereri            [2]
   2              aut aliquem fieri   ¨ posse putare pium.                  [ ]?
   3             omnia sunt   ingrata, nihil   fecisse benigne              [ ]!
   4            prodest, immo etiam   ¨ taedet obestque magis;              [ ]
   5           ut mihi, quem   nemo grauius   nec acerbius urget,           [ ]
   6       quam modo qui me unum at   ¨-que unicum amicum habuit.           [1]
 74. digt.                                                                     .
   1               Gellius audierat   patruum obiurgare solere,             [ ]
   2               si quis delicias   ¨ diceret aut faceret.                [ ]
   3         hoc ne ipsi accideret,   patrui perdepsuit ipsam               [ ]
   4              uxorem et patruum   ¨ reddidit Arpocratem.                [ ]
   5             quod uoluit fecit:   nam, quamuis irrumet ipsum            [ ]
   6           nunc patruum, uerbum   ¨ non faciet patruus.                 [ ]
 75. digt.                                                                     .
   1           Huc est mens   deducta tua   mea, Lesbia, culpa              [ ]
   2           atque ita se officio   ¨ perdidit ipsa suo,                  [ ]
   3          ut iam nec   bene uelle queat   tibi, si optima fias,         [ ]
  
  
  
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   4              nec desistere ama¨re, omnia si facias.                    [ ]!
 76. digt.                                                                     .
   1               Siqua recordanti   benefacta priora uoluptas             [ ]
   2             est homini, cum se   ¨ cogitat esse pium,                  [ ]
   3           nec sanctam   uiolasse fidem,   nec foedere nullo            [ ]
   4             diuum ad fallendos   ¨ numine abusum homines,              [ ]
   5            multa parata manent   in longa aetate, Catulle,             [ ]
   6                 ex hoc ingrato   ¨ gaudia amore tibi.                  [ ]
   7         nam quaecumque homines   bene cuiquam aut dicere possunt       [ ]
   8          aut facere, haec a te   ¨ dictaque factaque sunt.             [ ]
   9            omnia quae ingratae   perierunt credita menti.              [ ]
  10               quare iam te cur   ¨ amplius excrucies?                  [ ]
  11         quin tu animo offirmas   atque istinc teque reducis,           [ ]
  12                 et dis inuitis   ¨ desinis esse miser?                 [ ]
  13         difficile est   longum subito   deponere amorem,               [1]
  14       difficile est, uerum hoc   ¨ qua lubet efficias:                 [ ]
  15            una salus haec est,   hoc est tibi peruincendum,            [ ]
  16            hoc facias, siue id   ¨ non pote siue pote.                 [ ]
 
  
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  17           o di, si uestrum est   misereri, aut si quibus umquam        [ ]?
  18           extremam iam ipsa in   ¨ morte tulistis opem,                [ ]
  19        me miserum aspicite et,   si uitam puriter egi,                 [ ]
  20            eripite hanc pestem   ¨ perniciemque mihi,                  [ ]
  21            quae mihi subrepens   imos ut torpor in artus               [ ]
  22                expulit ex omni   ¨ pectore laetitias.                  [ ]
  23          non iam illud quaero,   contra me ut diligat illa,            [ ]
  24       aut, quod non potis est,   ¨ esse pudica uelit:                  [ ]
  25            ipse ualere opto et   taetrum hunc deponere morbum.         [ ]
  26           o di, reddite mi hoc   ¨ pro pietate mea.                    [ ]!
 77. digt.                                                                     .
   1           Rufe mihi frustra ac   nequiquam credite amice               [ ]
   2           (frustra? immo magno   ¨ cum pretio atque malo),             [ ]
   3               sicine subrepsti   mi, atque intestina perurens          [ ]
   4              ei misero eripuis¨ti omnia nostra bona?                   [ ]!
   5             eripuisti, heu heu   nostrae crudele uenenum               [ ]
   6         uitae, heu heu nostrae   ¨ pestis amicitiae.                   [ ]
  
  
  
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   1          Gallus habet fratres,   quorum est lepidissima coniunx        [ ]
   2              alterius, lepidus   ¨ filius alterius.                    [ ]
   3        Gallus homo est bellus:   nam dulces iungit amores,             [ ]
   4             cum puero ut bello   ¨ bella puella cubet.                 [ ]
   5       Gallus homo est stultus,   nec se uidet esse maritum,            [ ]
   6             qui patruus patrui   ¨ monstret adulterium.                [ ]
 78b. digt.                                                                    .
   1         ... sed nunc id doleo,   quod purae pura puellae               [ ]
   2               suauia comminxit   ¨ spurca saliua tua.                  [ ]?
   3            uerum id non   impune feres:   nam te omnia saecla          [ ]
   4           noscent et, qui sis,   ¨ fama loquetur anus.                 [ ]
 79. digt.                                                                     .
   1            Lesbius est pulcer.   quid ni? quem Lesbia malit            [ ]
   2               quam te cum tota   ¨ gente, Catulle, tua.                [ ]
   3         sed tamen hic   pulcer uendat   cum gente Catullum,            [ ]
 
  
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   4                si tria notorum   ¨ suauia reppererit.                  [ ]
 80. digt.                                                                     .
   1             Quid dicam, Gelli,   quare rosea ista labella              [1]
   2                  hiberna fiant   ¨ candidiora niue,                    [ ]
   3           mane domo   cum exis et cum   te octaua quiete               [ ]
   4                  e molli longo   ¨ suscitat hora die?                  [ ]
   5         nescio quid certe est:   an uere fama susurrat                 [ ]
   6               grandia te medii   ¨ tenta uorare uiri?                  [ ]
   7         sic certe est: clamant   Victoris rupta miselli                [ ]
   8                ilia, et emulso   ¨ labra notata sero.                  [ ]
 81. digt.                                                                     .
   1              Nemone in   tanto potuit   populo esse, Iuuenti,          [ ]
   2           bellus homo, quem tu   ¨ diligere inciperes,                 [ ]
   3          praeterquam iste tuus   moribunda ab sede Pisauri             [ ]
   4                hospes inaurata   ¨ pallidior statua,                   [ ]
   5       qui tibi nunc cordi est,   quem tu praeponere nobis              [ ]
   6               audes, et nescis   ¨ quod facinus facias?                [ ]
  
  
  
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   1            Quinti, si tibi uis   oculos debere Catullum                [ ]?
   2              aut aliud si quid   ¨ carius est oculis,                  [ ]
   3               eripere ei noli,   multo quod carius illi                [ ]
   4            est oculis seu quid   ¨ carius est oculis.                  [ ]
 83. digt.                                                                     .
   1            Lesbia mi   praesente uiro   mala plurima dicit:            [ ]!
   2                haec illi fatuo   ¨ maxima laetitia est.                [ ]
   3            mule, nihil sentis?   si nostri oblita taceret,             [ ]
   4          sana esset: nunc quod   ¨ gannit et obloquitur,               [ ]
   5             non solum meminit,   sed, quae multo acrior est res,       [ ]
   6            irata est. hoc est,   ¨ uritur et loquitur.                 [ ]
 84. digt.                                                                     .
   1              Chommoda dicebat,   si quando commoda uellet              [2]
   2            dicere, et insidias   ¨ Arrius hinsidias,                   [ ]
   3                et tum mirifice   sperabat se esse locutum,             [ ]?
   4            cum quantum poterat   ¨ dixerat hinsidias.                  [ ]
   5              credo, sic mater,   sic liber auunculus eius,             [ ]
 
  
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 84. digt.
   6              sic maternus auus   ¨ dixerat atque auia.                 [ ]
   7            hoc misso in Syriam   requierant omnibus aures:             [ ]
   8            audibant eadem haec   ¨ leniter et leuiter,                 [ ]
   9              nec sibi postilla   metuebant talia uerba,                [ ]
  10            cum subito affertur   ¨ nuntius horribilis,                 [ ]
  11                Ionios fluctus,   postquam illuc Arrius isset,          [ ]
  12                 iam non Ionios   ¨ esse sed Hionios.                   [2]
 85. digt.                                                                     .
   1         Odi et amo.   quare id faciam,   fortasse requiris?            [2]
   2              nescio, sed fieri   ¨ sentio et excrucior.                [ ]
 86. digt.                                                                     .
   1            Quintia formosa est   multis. mihi candida, longa,          [ ]
   2        recta est: haec ego sic   ¨ singula confiteor.                  [ ]
   3            totum illud   formosa nego:   nam nulla uenustas,           [ ]
   4         nulla in tam magno est   ¨ corpore mica salis.                 [ ]
   5            Lesbia formosa est,   quae cum pulcerrima tota est,         [ ]
   6          tum omnibus una omnis   ¨ surripuit Veneres.                  [ ]
  
  
  
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 87. digt.                                                                     .
   1          Nulla potest   mulier tantum   se dicere amatam               [ ]
   2             uere, quantum a me   ¨ Lesbia amata mea est.               [ ]
   3               nulla fides ullo   fuit umquam foedere tanta,            [ ]
   4         quanta in amore tuo ex   ¨ parte reperta mea est.              [ ]
 88. digt.                                                                     .
   1          Quid facit is, Gelli,   qui cum matre atque sorore            [1]
   2             prurit et abiectis   ¨ peruigilat tunicis?                 [ ]
   3       quid facit is,   patruum qui non   sinit esse maritum?           [ ]
   4            ecquid scis quantum   ¨ suscipiat sceleris?                 [ ]
   5             suscipit, o Gelli,   quantum non ultima Tethys             [ ]
   6             nec genitor nympha¨rum abluit Oceanus:                     [ ]!
   7       nam nihil est   quicquam sceleris,   quo prodeat ultra,          [ ]
   8                 non si demisso   ¨ se ipse uoret capite.               [ ]
 89. digt.                                                                     .
   1            Gellius est tenuis:   quid ni? cui tam bona mater           [ ]
   2            tamque ualens uiuat   ¨ tamque uenusta soror                [ ]
   3           tamque bonus patruus   tamque omnia plena puellis            [ ]
 
  
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 89. digt.
   4             cognatis, quare is   ¨ desinat esse macer?                 [ ]
   5         qui ut nihil attingat,   nisi quod fas tangere non est,        [ ]
   6               quantumuis quare   ¨ sit macer inuenies.                 [ ]
 90. digt.                                                                     .
   1            Nascatur   magus ex Gelli   matrisque nefando               [1]
   2             coniugio et discat   ¨ Persicum aruspicium:                [ ]
   3          nam magus ex matre et   gnato gignatur oportet,               [ ]
   4              si uera est Persa¨rum impia religio,                      [ ]!
   5              gratus ut accepto   ueneretur carmine diuos               [ ]
   6              omentum in flamma   ¨ pingue liquefaciens.                [ ]
 91. digt.                                                                     .
   1               Non ideo, Gelli,   sperabam te mihi fidum                [ ]?
   2      in misero hoc nostro, hoc   ¨ perdito amore fore,                 [ ]?
   3              quod te cognossem   bene constantemue putarem             [ ]
   4              aut posse a turpi   ¨ mentem inhibere probro;             [ ]
   5          sed neque quod matrem   nec germanam esse uidebam             [ ]
   6            hanc tibi, cuius me   ¨ magnus edebat amor.                 [u]!
   7               et quamuis tecum   multo coniungerer usu,                [ ]
  
  
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 91. digt.
   8            non satis id causae   ¨ credideram esse tibi.               [ ]
   9             tu satis id duxti:   tantum tibi gaudium in omni           [ ]
  10           culpa est, in quacum   ¨-que est aliquid sceleris.           [ ]
 92. digt.                                                                     .
   1                Lesbia mi dicit   semper male nec tacet umquam          [ ]
   2               de me: Lesbia me   ¨ dispeream nisi amat.                [ ]!
   3         quo signo?   quia sunt totidem   mea: deprecor illam           [ ]
   4                 assidue, uerum   ¨ dispeream nisi amo.                 [ ]
 93. digt.                                                                     .
   1             Nil nimium studeo,   Caesar, tibi uelle placere,           [ ]
   2            nec scire utrum sis   ¨ albus an ater homo.                 [ ]!
 94. digt.                                                                     .
   1             Mentula moechatur.   moechatur mentula? certe.             [ ]
   2           hoc est quod dicunt:   ¨ ipsa olera olla legit.              [ ]
 95. digt.                                                                     .
   1            Zmyrna mei   Cinnae nonam   post denique messem             [ ]
   2          quam coepta est nonam   ¨-que edita post hiemem,              [ ]
   3              milia cum interea   quingenta Hortensius uno              [ ]
   4  .....                                                                   ..
 
  
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 95. digt.
   5        Zmyrna cauas   Satrachi penitus   mittetur ad undas,            [ ]
   6               Zmyrnam cana diu   ¨ saecula peruoluent.                 [ ]
   7              at Volusi annales   Paduam morientur ad ipsam             [ ]
   8              et laxas scombris   ¨ saepe dabunt tunicas.               [ ]
 95b. digt.                                                                    .
   1  Parua mei mihi sint cordi monimenta,                                    ..
   2              at populus tumido   ¨ gaudeat Antimacho.                  [ ]
 96. digt.                                                                     .
   1              Si quicquam mutis   gratum acceptumue sepulcris           [ ]
   2             accidere a nostro,   ¨ Calue, dolore potest,               [ ]?
   3                  quo desiderio   ueteres renouamus amores              [ ]?
   4              atque olim missas   ¨ flemus amicitias,                   [ ]
   5                certe non tanto   mors immatura dolori est              [ ]
   6            Quintiliae, quantum   ¨ gaudet amore tuo.                   [ ]
 97. digt.                                                                     .
   1         Non (ita me di  ament)   quicquam referre putaui,              [ ]
   2               utrumne os an cu¨lum olfacerem Aemilio.                  [ ]!
   3              nilo mundius hoc,   nihiloque immundius illud,            [ ]!
  
  
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 97. digt.
   4              uerum etiam culus   ¨ mundior et melior:                  [ ]
   5         nam sine dentibus est.   hoc dentis sesquipedalis,             [ ]!
   6                  gingiuas uero   ¨ ploxeni habet ueteris,              [ ]
   7             praeterea   rictum qualem   diffissus in aestu             [ ]
   8                 meientis mulae   ¨ cunnus habere solet.                [ ]
   9            hic futuit   multas et se   facit esse uenustum,            [ ]
  10                et non pistrino   ¨ traditur atque asino?               [ ]
  11           quem siqua attingit,   non illam posse putemus               [ ]
  12                  aegroti culum   ¨ lingere carnificis?                 [ ]
 98. digt.                                                                     .
   1         In te, si in quemquam,   dici pote, putide Victi,              [1]
   2               id quod uerbosis   ¨ dicitur et fatuis.                  [ ]
   3               ista cum lingua,   si usus ueniat tibi, possis           [ ]
   4              culos et crepidas   ¨ lingere carpatinas.                 [ ]
   5                  si nos omnino   uis omnes perdere, Victi,             [ ]
   6                 hiscas: omnino   ¨ quod cupis efficies.                [ ]
 99. digt.                                                                     .
   1           Surripui   tibi, dum ludis,   mellite Iuuenti,               [ ]
 
  
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 99. digt.
   2                suauiolum dulci   ¨ dulcius ambrosia.                   [ ]
   3            uerum id non   impune tuli:   namque amplius horam          [ ]
   4              suffixum in summa   ¨ me memini esse cruce,               [ ]
   5              dum tibi me purgo   nec possum fletibus ullis             [ ]
   6              tantillum uestrae   ¨ demere saeuitiae.                   [ ]
   7       nam simul id factum est,   multis diluta labella                 [ ]
   8               guttis abstersis¨ti omnibus articulis,                   [ ]!
   9             ne quicquam nostro   contractum ex ore maneret,            [ ]
  10              tamquam commictae   ¨ spurca saliua lupae.                [ ]
  11              praeterea infesto   miserum me tradere amori              [ ]
  12              non cessasti omni   ¨-que excruciare modo,                [ ]
  13              ut mi ex ambrosia   mutatum iam foret illud               [ ]?
  14               suauiolum tristi   ¨ tristius elleboro.                  [ ]
  15          quam quoniam   poenam misero   proponis amori,                [1]
  16            numquam iam posthac   ¨ basia surripiam.                    [ ]
 100. digt.                                                                    .
   1                Caelius Aufillenum et Quintius Aufillenam               [ ]!
   2                flos Veronensum   ¨ depereunt iuuenum,                  [ ]
  
  
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 100. digt.
   3         hic fratrem, ille sororem. hoc est, quod dicitur, illud        [2]!
   4                 fraternum uere   ¨ dulce sodalicium.                   [ ]
   5             cui faueam potius?   Caeli, tibi: nam tua nobis            [ ]
   6          perspecta ex igni est   ¨ unica amicitia,                     [ ]
   7                cum uesana meas   torreret flamma medullas.             [ ]
   8              sis felix, Caeli,   ¨ sis in amore potens.                [ ]
 101. digt.                                                                    .
   1              Multas per gentes   et multa per aequora uectus           [ ]
   2           aduenio has miseras,   ¨ frater, ad inferias,                [ ]
   3                 ut te postremo   donarem munere mortis                 [ ]
   4                 et mutam nequi¨quam alloquerer cinerem.                [ ]!
   5           quandoquidem   fortuna mihi   tete abstulit ipsum,           [ ]?
   6              heu miser indigne   ¨ frater adempte mihi,                [ ]
   7       nunc tamen interea haec,   prisco quae more parentum             [ ]
   8            tradita sunt tristi   ¨ munere ad inferias,                 [ ]
   9                accipe fraterno   multum manantia fletu,                [ ]
  10            atque in perpetuum,   ¨ frater, aue atque uale.             [ ]
 
  
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 102. digt.
   1             Si quicquam tacito   commissum est fido ab amico,          [ ]
   2              cuius sit penitus   ¨ nota fides animi,                   [ ]?
   3            meque esse inuenies   illorum iure sacratum,                [ ]
   4             Corneli, et factum   ¨ me esse puta Arpocratem.            [ ]
 103. digt.                                                                    .
   1           Aut sodes   mihi redde decem   sestertia, Silo,              [ ]
   2            deinde esto quamuis   ¨ saeuus et indomitus:                [ ]
   3               aut, si te nummi   delectant, desine quaeso              [ ]
   4           leno esse atque idem   ¨ saeuus et indomitus.                [ ]
 104. digt.                                                                    .
   1             Credis me   potuisse meae   maledicere uitae,              [ ]!
   2              ambobus mihi quae   ¨ carior est oculis?                  [ ]
   3           non potui,   nec, si possem,   tam perdite amarem:           [ ]
   4               sed tu cum Tappo¨ne omnia monstra facis.                 [ ]!
 105. digt.                                                                    .
   1                Mentula conatur   Pipleium scandere montem:             [2]
   2                Musae furcillis   ¨ praecipitem eiciunt.                [ ]
  
  
  
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 106. digt.
   1                Cum puero bello   praeconem qui uidet esse,             [ ]
   2           quid credat, nisi se   ¨ uendere discupere?                  [ ]
 107. digt.                                                                    .
   1             Si quicquam cupido    optantique optigit umquam            [ ]
   2            insperanti, hoc est   ¨ gratum animo proprie.               [ ]
   3         quare hoc est   gratum (?)nobis   quoque carius auro           [ ]
   4             quod te restituis,   ¨ Lesbia, mi cupido.                  [ ]
   5            restituis cupido at  -que insperanti, ipsa refers te        [ ]
   6                 nobis. o lucem   ¨ candidiore nota!                    [ ]
   7              quis me uno uiuit   felicior, aut magis (?)hac est        [ ]?
   8               (?)optandus uita   ¨ dicere quis poterit?                [ ]
 108. digt.                                                                    .
   1        Si, Comini,   populi arbitrio   tua cana senectus               [ ]
   2               spurcata impuris   ¨ moribus intereat,                   [ ]
   3             non equidem dubito   quin primum inimica bonorum           [ ]
   4           lingua exsecta auido   ¨ sit data uulturio,                  [ ]
 
  
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 108. digt.
   5                effossos oculos   uoret atro gutture coruus,            [2]
   6               intestina canes,   ¨ cetera membra lupi.                 [ ]
 109. digt.                                                                    .
   1             Iucundum,   mea uita, mihi   proponis amorem               [ ]?
   2         hunc nostrum inter nos   ¨ perpetuumque fore.                  [ ]!
   3          di magni,   facite ut uere   promittere possit,               [ ]?
   4               atque id sincere   ¨ dicat et ex animo,                  [ ]
   5              ut liceat   nobis tota   perducere uita                   [ ]
   6           aeternum hoc sanctae   ¨ foedus amicitiae.                   [ ]
 110. digt.                                                                    .
   1               Aufillena, bonae   semper laudantur amicae:              [ ]
   2             accipiunt pretium,   ¨ quae facere instituunt.             [ ]
   3             tu, quod promisti,   mihi quod mentita inimica es,         [ ]
   4           quod nec das et fers   ¨ saepe, facis facinus.               [ ]
   5       aut facere ingenuae est,   aut non promisse pudicae,             [ ]
   6               Aufillena, fuit:   ¨ sed data corripere                  [ ]
   7            fraudando officiis,   plus quam meretricis auarae est,      [ ]
   8                 quae sese toto   ¨ corpore prostituit.                 [ ]
  
  
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 111. digt.                                                                    .
   1                Aufillena, uiro   contentam uiuere solo,                [ ]
   2               nuptarum laus ex   ¨ laudibus eximiis:                   [ ]
   3           sed cuiuis   quamuis potius   succumbere par est,            [ ]
   4  quam matrem fratres ex patruo.                                          ..
 112. digt.                                                                    .
   1          Multus homo es, Naso,   neque tecum multus homo est quin      [1]
   2              te scindat: Naso,   ¨ multus es et pathicus.              [ ]
 113. digt.                                                                    .
   1                Consule Pompeio   primum duo, Cinna, solebant           [1]?
   2               Maeciliam: facto   ¨ consule nunc iterum                 [ ]
   3             manserunt duo, sed   creuerunt milia in unum               [ ]
   4              singula. fecundum   ¨ semen adulterio.                    [ ]
 114. digt.                                                                    .
   1                  Firmano saltu   non falso Mentula diues               [ ]
   2            fertur, qui tot res   ¨ in se habet egregias,               [ ]
   3           aucupium omne genus,   piscis, prata, arua ferasque.         [ ]
   4             nequiquam: fructus   ¨ sumptibus exsuperat.                [ ]
   5                  quare concedo   sit diues, dum omnia desint.          [ ]
 
  
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 114. digt.
   6               saltum laudemus,   ¨ dum (?)modo  ipse egeat.            [ ]
 115. digt.                                                                    .
   1           Mentula habet instar   triginta iugera prati,                [ ]
   2              quadraginta arui:   ¨ cetera sunt maria.                  [ ]
   3               cur non diuitiis   Croesum superare potis sit,           [ ]
   4               uno qui in saltu   ¨ tot bona possideat,                 [ ]
   5            prata arua ingentes   siluas saltusque paludes-             [ ]
   6      -que usque ad Hyperboreos   ¨ et mare ad Oceanum?                 [ ]?
   7         omnia magna haec sunt,   tamen ipsest maximus ultro,           [ ]
   8             non homo, sed uero   ¨ mentula magna minax.                [ ]
 116. digt.                                                                    .
   1            Saepe tibi   studioso animo   uenante requirens             [ ]?
   2             carmina uti possem   ¨ mittere Battiadae,                  [ ]
   3                 qui te lenirem   nobis, neu conarere                   [ ]
   4              tela infesta meum   ¨ mittere in usque caput,             [ ]
   5         hunc uideo   mihi nunc frustra   sumptum esse laborem,         [ ]
   6             Gelli, nec nostras   ¨ hic ualuisse preces.                [ ]
   7             contra nos tela ista tua euitabimus (?)amith-              [2]!
   8               at fixus nostris   ¨ tu dabis  supplicium.               [ ]
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