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Lectio n. 438 Gajus Valerius Catullus: Digte 69 til 116 [Carmina]
Læst som af Catul: ritmo catulliano.
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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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 71. digt.                                                                     .
   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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 73. digt.                                                                     .
   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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 75. digt.
   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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 76. digt.
  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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 78. digt.                                                                     .
   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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 79. digt.
   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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 82. digt.                                                                     .
   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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