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Lectio n. 439 Gajus Valerius Catullus: Digte 68 [Carmina]
Læst som af Catul: ritmo catulliano.
 Gajus Valerius Catullus: Digte (Oxford C.T.)
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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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