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Lectio n. 436 Gajus Valerius Catullus: Digte 64,1-250 [Carmina]
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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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