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 749          nil nisi turpe iuuat;   curae sua cuique uoluptas;            [ ]
 750        haec quoque ab alterius   ¨ grata dolore uenit.                 [ ]?
 751         heu facinus,   non est hostis   metuendus amanti;              [ ]
 752              quos credis fidos   ¨ effuge: tutus eris.                 [ ]
 753             cognatum   fratremque caue   carumque sodalem;             [1]
 754                praebebit ueros   ¨ haec tibi turba metus.              [ ]
 755                finiturus eram,   sed sunt diuersa puellis              [1]
 756          pectora; mille animos   ¨ excipe mille modis.                 [ ]
 757               nec tellus eadem   parit omnia: uitibus illa             [ ]
 758          conuenit, haec oleis;   ¨ hic bene farra uirent.              [ ]
 759             pectoribus   mores tot sunt,   quot in ore figurae:        [ ]
 760           qui sapit, innumeris   ¨ moribus aptus erit,                 [ ]
 761          utque leues   Proteus modo se   tenuabit in undas,            [ ]
 762          nunc leo, nunc arbor,   ¨ nunc erit hirtus aper.              [ ]
 763              hi iaculo pisces,   illi capiuntur ab hamis,              [ ]
 764              hos caua contento   ¨ retia fune trahunt:                 [ ]
 765             nec tibi conueniet   cunctos modus unus ad annos;          [ ]
  
  
  
  
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 766               longius insidias   ¨ cerua uidebit anus.                 [ ]
 767              si doctus   uideare rudi   petulansue pudenti,            [ ]
 768               diffidet miserae   ¨ protinus illa sibi.                 [ ]
 769         inde fit ut,   quae se timuit   committere honesto,            [ ]
 770              uilis ad amplexus   ¨ inferioris eat.                     [ ]
 771           Pars superat coepti,   pars est exhausta, laboris;           [ ]
 772             hic teneat nostras   ¨ ancora iacta rates.                 [ ]
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   1            Dicite 'io   Paean' et 'io'   bis dicite 'Paean':           [ ]
   2              decidit in casses   ¨ praeda petita meos.                 [ ]?
   3           laetus amans   donat uiridi   mea carmina palma              [ ]
   4               praelata Ascraeo   ¨ Maeonioque seni.                    [ ]
   5             talis ab armiferis   Priameius hospes Amyclis              [ ]
   6              candida cum rapta   ¨ coniuge uela dedit;                 [ ]
   7            talis erat   qui te curru   uictore ferebat,                [ ]
   8               uecta peregrinis   ¨ Hippodamia rotis.                   [ ]
   9        quid properas, iuuenis?   mediis tua pinus in undis             [ ]
  10             nauigat, et longe,   ¨ quem peto, portus abest.            [ ]
  11          non satis est   uenisse tibi   me uate puellam;               [ ]?
  12            arte mea capta est,   ¨ arte tenenda mea est.               [ ]
  13          nec minor est uirtus,   quam quaerere, parta tueri:           [ ]
  14             casus inest illic,   ¨ hoc erit artis opus.                [ ]
  15          nunc mihi, si quando,   puer et Cytherea, fauete;             [ ]
  16             nunc Erato, nam tu   ¨ nomen Amoris habes.                 [ ]
  17         magna paro,   quas possit Amor   remanere per artes,           [ ]
  
  
  
  
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  18              dicere, tam uasto   ¨ peruagus orbe puer.                 [ ]
  19        et leuis est   et habet geminas,   quibus auolet, alas;         [ ]
  20            difficile est illis   ¨ inposuisse modum.                   [ ]
  21               hospitis effugio   praestruxerat omnia Minos;            [ ]
  22                 audacem pinnis   ¨ repperit ille uiam.                 [ ]
  23           Daedalus, ut clausit   conceptum crimine matris              [ ]
  24             semibouemque uirum   ¨ semiuirumque bouem,                 [ ]
  25            'sit modus exilio,'   dixit 'iustissime Minos;              [ ]
  26               accipiat cineres   ¨ terra paterna meos,                 [ ]
  27        et, quoniam in   patria fatis   agitatus iniquis                [1]
  28              uiuere non potui,   ¨ da mihi posse mori.                 [ ]
  29              da reditum puero,   senis est si gratia uilis;            [ ]
  30               si non uis puero   ¨ parcere, parce seni.'               [ ]
  31      dixerat haec, sed et haec   et multo plura licebat                [ ]
  32              diceret, egressus   ¨ non dabat ille uiro.                [ ]
  33          quod simul ut sensit,   'nunc nunc, o Daedale,' dixit         [ ]
  34             'materiam, qua sis   ¨ ingeniosus, habes.                  [ ]
  35             possidet et terras   et possidet aequora Minos:            [ ]
 
  
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  36             nec tellus nostrae   ¨ nec patet unda fugae.               [ ]
  37             restat iter caeli:   caelo temptabimus ire.                [ ]
  38              da ueniam coepto,   ¨ Iuppiter alte, meo.                 [ ]
  39               non ego sidereas   adfecto tangere sedes;                [ ]
  40            qua fugiam dominum,   ¨ nulla nisi ista uia est.            [ ]
  41          per Styga detur iter,   Stygias transnabimus undas;           [ ]
  42              sunt mihi naturae   ¨ iura nouanda meae.'                 [1]
  43            ingenium   mala saepe mouent:   quis crederet umquam        [ ]
  44                 aërias hominem   ¨ carpere posse uias?                 [ ]
  45             remigium uolucrum,   disponit in ordine pinnas             [ ]
  46               et leue per lini   ¨ uincula nectit opus;                [ ]
  47              imaque pars ceris   adstringitur igne solutis,            [ ]?
  48               finitusque nouae   ¨ iam labor artis erat.               [ ]
  49              tractabat   ceramque puer   pinnasque renidens            [ ]
  50            nescius haec umeris   ¨ arma parata suis.                   [ ]
  51       cui pater 'his'   inquit 'patria est   adeunda carinis;          [ ]
  52                hac nobis Minos   ¨ effugiendus ope.                    [ ]
  
  
  
  
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  53                aëra non potuit   Minos, alia omnia clausit:            [1]
  54           quem licet, inuentis   ¨ aëra rumpe meis.                    [ ]
  55             sed tibi non uirgo   Tegeaea comesque Bootae,              [ ]
  56                 ensiger Orion,   ¨ aspiciendus erit:                   [u]
  57              me pinnis   sectare datis;   ego praeuius ibo:            [ ]
  58            sit tua cura sequi,   ¨ me duce tutus eris.                 [ ]
  59            nam, siue aetherias   uicino sole per auras                 [ ]
  60              ibimus, impatiens   ¨ cera caloris erit;                  [ ]?
  61          siue humiles   propiore freto   iactabimus alas,              [ ]
  62              mobilis aequoreis   ¨ pinna madescet aquis.               [ ]
  63           inter utrumque uola;   uentos quoque, nate, timeto,          [ ]
  64           quaque ferent aurae,   ¨ uela secunda dato,'                 [ ]
  65          dum monet, aptat opus   puero monstratque moueri,             [ ]
  66                erudit infirmas   ¨ ut sua mater aues;                  [ ]
  67             inde sibi   factas umeris   accommodat alas                [ ]
  68            perque nouum timide   ¨ corpora librat iter;                [ ]
 
  
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  69               iamque uolaturus   paruo dedit oscula nato,              [2]
  70           nec patriae lacrimas   ¨ continuere genae.                   [ ]
  71            monte minor collis,   campis erat altior aequis;            [ ]
  72         hinc data sunt miserae   ¨ corpora bina fugae.                 [ ]
  73             et mouet ipse suas   et nati respicit alas                 [2]?
  74             Daedalus et cursus   ¨ sustinet usque suos.                [ ]
  75           iamque nouum   delectat iter,   positoque timore             [ ]
  76                  Icarus audaci   ¨ fortius arte uolat.                 [ ]
  77          (hos aliquis, tremula   dum captat harundine pisces           [ ]
  78             uidit, et inceptum   ¨ dextra reliquit opus.)              [ ]
  79              iam Samos a laeua   (fuerant Naxosque relictae            [ ]
  80             et Paros et Clario   ¨ Delos amata deo),                   [ ]
  81          dextra Lebinthos erat   siluisque umbrosa Calymne             [ ]
  82             cinctaque piscosis   ¨ Astypalaea uadis,                   [ ]
  83              cum puer incautis   nimium temerarius annis               [ ]
  84               altius egit iter   ¨ deseruitque patrem.                 [ ]
  85          uincla labant   et cera deo   propiore liquescit,             [ ]
  86              nec tenues uentos   ¨ bracchia mota tenent.               [ ]
  
  
  
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  87               territus a summo   despexit in aequora caelo;            [ ]
  88              nox oculis pauido   ¨ uenit oborta metu.                  [ ]
  89               tabuerant cerae;   nudos quatit ille lacertos,           [ ]
  90           et trepidat nec, quo   ¨ sustineatur, habet.                 [ ]
  91           decidit atque cadens   'pater o pater, auferor' inquit;      [ ]
  92             clauserunt uirides   ¨ ora loquentis aquae.                [ ]
  93              at pater infelix,   nec iam pater, 'Icare' clamat,        [ ]
  94       'Icare,' clamat 'ubi es,   ¨ quoque sub axe uolas?               [ ]
  95               Icare' clamabat;   pinnas aspexit in undis.              [2]
  96             ossa tegit tellus,   ¨ aequora nomen habent.               [ ]
  97             non potuit   Minos hominis   conpescere pinnas,            [1]
  98             ipse deum uolucrem   ¨ detinuisse paro.                    [ ]
  99            fallitur, Haemonias   si quis decurrit ad artes             [ ]
 100           datque quod a teneri   ¨ fronte reuellit equi.               [ ]
 101           non faciunt,   ut uiuat amor,   Medeides herbae              [ ]
 102           mixtaque cum magicis   ¨ nenia Marsa sonis:                  [ ]
 103             Phasias Aesoniden,   Circe tenuisset Vlixem,               [ ]
 104                si modo seruari   ¨ carmine posset amor.                [ ]
 
  
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 105            nec data profuerint   pallentia philtra puellis;            [ ]
 106          philtra nocent animis   ¨ uimque furoris habent.              [ ]
 107         sit procul omne nefas!   ut ameris, amabilis esto;             [ ]
 108           quod tibi non facies   ¨ solaue forma dabit.                 [ ]
 109              sis licet antiquo   Nireus adamatus Homero                [1]?
 110               Naiadumque tener   ¨ crimine raptus Hylas,               [ ]
 111            ut dominam   teneas nec te   mirere relictum,               [ ]?
 112                  ingenii dotes   ¨ corporis adde bonis.                [ ]
 113       forma bonum fragile est,   quantumque accedit ad annos,          [ ]
 114            fit minor et spatio   ¨ carpitur ipsa suo.                  [ ]
 115              nec uiolae semper   nec hiantia lilia florent,            [ ]
 116                et riget amissa   ¨ spina relicta rosa;                 [ ]
 117          et tibi iam   uenient cani,   formose, capilli,               [ ]
 118             iam uenient rugae,   ¨ quae tibi corpus arent.             [ ]
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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 119             iam molire animum,   qui duret, et adstrue formae:         [3]
 120              solus ad extremos   ¨ permanet ille rogos.                [ ]
 121             nec leuis ingenuas   pectus coluisse per artes             [ ]
 122            cura sit et linguas   ¨ edidicisse duas:                    [ ]
 123             non formosus erat,   sed erat facundus Vlixes,             [ ]
 124             et tamen aequoreas   ¨ torsit amore deas.                  [ ]
 125             o quotiens   illum doluit   properare Calypso              [ ]
 126               remigioque aptas   ¨ esse negauit aquas!                 [ ]
 127              haec Troiae casus   iterumque iterumque rogabat;          [1]
 128            ille referre aliter   ¨ saepe solebat idem.                 [ ]
 129           litore constiterant;   illic quoque pulchra Calypso          [ ]
 130                 exigit Odrysii   ¨ fata cruenta ducis.                 [ ]
 131                ille leui uirga   (uirgam nam forte tenebat),           [ ]
 132          quod rogat, in spisso   ¨ litore pingit opus.                 [ ]
 133      'haec' inquit 'Troia est'   (muros in litore fecit),              [ ]
 134          'hic tibi sit Simois;   ¨ haec mea castra puta.               [ ]
 135         campus erat'   (campumque facit),   'quem caede Dolonis        [ ]
 136           sparsimus, Haemonios   ¨ dum uigil optat equos.              [ ]
 
  
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 137                 illic Sithonii   fuerant tentoria Rhesi;               [ ]
 138             hac ego sum captis   ¨ nocte reuectus equis -'             [ ]
 139             pluraque pingebat,   subitus cum Pergama fluctus           [ ]
 140              abstulit et Rhesi   ¨ cum duce castra suo;                [ ]
 141        tum dea 'quas'   inquit 'fidas   tibi credis ituro,             [ ]
 142              perdiderint undae   ¨ nomina quanta, uides?'              [ ]
 143              ergo age, fallaci   timide confide figurae,               [ ]
 144       quisquis es, aut aliquid   ¨ corpore pluris habe.                [ ]?
 145              dextera praecipue   capit indulgentia mentes;             [ ]
 146                asperitas odium   ¨ saeuaque bella mouet.               [ ]
 147             odimus accipitrem,   quia uiuit semper in armis,           [ ]
 148             et pauidum solitos   ¨ in pecus ire lupos;                 [ ]
 149              at caret insidiis   hominum, quia mitis, hirundo,         [ ]
 150           quasque colat turres   ¨ Chaonis ales habet.                 [ ]
 151             este procul, lites   et amarae proelia linguae;            [1]
 152            dulcibus est uerbis   ¨ mollis alendus amor.                [ ]
 153           lite fugent   nuptaeque uiros   nuptasque mariti             [ ]
 154            inque uicem credant   ¨ res sibi semper agi:                [ ]
  
  
  
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 155              hoc decet uxores,   dos est uxoria lites;                 [ ]
 156                 audiat optatos   ¨ semper amica sonos.                 [ ]
 157              non legis   iussu lectum   uenistis in unum;              [ ]
 158              fungitur in uobis   ¨ munere legis Amor.                  [ ]
 159              blanditias molles   auremque iuuantia uerba               [ ]
 160              adfer, ut aduentu   ¨ laeta sit illa tuo.                 [ ]
 161              non ego diuitibus   uenio praeceptor amandi;              [ ]
 162             nil opus est illi,   ¨ qui dabit, arte mea.                [ ]
 163           secum habet ingenium   qui, cum libet, 'accipe' dicit;       [ ]
 164              cedimus, inuentis   ¨ plus placet ille meis.              [ ]
 165             pauperibus   uates ego sum,   quia pauper amaui;           [ ]?
 166            cum dare non possem   ¨ munera, uerba dabam.                [ ]
 167             pauper amet caute,   timeat maledicere pauper,             [ ]
 168             multaque diuitibus   ¨ non patienda ferat.                 [ ]
 169               me memini iratum   dominae turbasse capillos;            [2]
 170          haec mihi quam multos   ¨ abstulit ira dies!                  [ ]
 171           nec puto nec   sensi tunicam   laniasse, sed ipsa            [ ]
 172         dixerat, et pretio est   ¨ illa redempta meo.                  [ ]
 
  
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 173            at uos, si sapitis,   uestri peccata magistri               [ ]
 174             effugite et culpae   ¨ damna timete meae;                  [ ]?
 175           proelia cum Parthis,   cum culta pax sit amica               [ ]
 176             et iocus et causas   ¨ quicquid amoris habet.              [ ]
 177            si nec blanda satis   nec erit tibi comis amanti,           [ ]
 178              perfer et obdura:   ¨ postmodo mitis erit.                [ ]
 179             flectitur obsequio   curuatus ab arbore ramus;             [ ]
 180              frangis, si uires   ¨ experiare tuas.                     [ ]
 181              obsequio   tranantur aquae,   nec uincere possis          [ ]?
 182             flumina, si contra   ¨ quam rapit unda nates.              [ ]
 183             obsequium   tigrisque domat   Numidasque leones;           [ ]
 184               rustica paulatim   ¨ taurus aratra subit.                [ ]
 185             quid fuit asperius   Nonacrina  Atalanta?                  [ ]
 186              subcubuit meritis   ¨ trux tamen illa uiri.               [ ]
 187               saepe suos casus   nec mitia facta puellae               [ ]
 188           flesse sub arboribus   ¨ Milaniona ferunt;                   [ ]
 189              saepe tulit iusso   fallacia retia collo,                 [ ]
 190              saepe fera toruos   ¨ cuspide fixit apros.                [ ]
  
  
  
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 191               sensit et Hylaei   contentum saucius arcum;              [ ]
 192             sed tamen hoc arcu   ¨ notior alter erat.                  [ ]
 193               non te Maenalias   armatum scandere siluas               [ ]
 194                nec iubeo collo   ¨ retia ferre tuo,                    [ ]
 195             pectora nec missis   iubeo praebere sagittis;              [ ]
 196             artis erunt cautae   ¨ mollia iussa meae.                  [ ]
 197               cede repugnanti:   cedendo uictor abibis;                [ ]?
 198          fac modo, quas partes   ¨ illa iubebit, agas.                 [ ]
 199               arguet: arguito;   quicquid probat illa, probato;        [ ]
 200             quod dicet, dicas;   ¨ quod negat illa, neges.             [ ]
 201               riserit: adride;   si flebit, flere memento:             [ ]?
 202                  imponat leges   ¨ uultibus illa tuis.                 [ ]
 203            seu ludet   numerosque manu   iactabit eburnos,             [ ]
 204               tu male iactato,   ¨ tu male iacta dato;                 [ ]
 205              seu iacies talos,   uictam ne poena sequatur,             [ ]
 206                 damnosi facito   ¨ stent tibi saepe canes.             [2]
 207                siue latrocinii   sub imagine calculus ibit,            [ ]
 208              fac pereat uitreo   ¨ miles ab hoste tuus.                [ ]
 
  
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 209             ipse tene   distenta suis   umbracula uirgis,              [ ]
 210             ipse fac in turba,   ¨ qua uenit illa, locum.              [ ]
 211            nec dubita   tereti scamnum   producere lecto,              [ ]
 212               et tenero soleam   ¨ deme uel adde pedi.                 [ ]
 213           saepe etiam dominae,   quamuis horrebis et ipse,             [ ]
 214              algenti manus est   ¨ calficienda sinu.                   [ ]
 215            nec tibi turpe puta   (quamuis sit turpe, placebit)         [ ]
 216               ingenua speculum   ¨ sustinuisse manu.                   [ ]
 217                 ille, fatigata   praebendo monstra nouerca             [2]
 218             qui meruit caelum,   ¨ quod prior ipse tulit,              [ ]
 219                 inter Ioniacas   calathum tenuisse puellas             [ ]
 220              creditur et lanas   ¨ excoluisse rudes.                   [ ]
 221                 paruit imperio   dominae Tirynthius heros:             [ ]
 222               i nunc et dubita   ¨ ferre quod ille tulit.              [ ]
 223             iussus adesse foro   iussa maturius hora                   [1]?
 224              fac semper uenias   ¨ nec nisi serus abi.                 [ ]
 225                occurras aliquo   tibi dixerit: omnia differ;           [ ]
 226            curre, nec inceptum   ¨ turba moretur iter.                 [ ]
  
  
  
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 227         nocte domum   repetens epulis   perfuncta redibit:             [ ]
 228         tunc quoque pro seruo,   ¨ si uocat illa, ueni.                [ ]
 229           rure erit et   dicet uenias;   Amor odit inertes:            [ ]
 230              si rota defuerit,   ¨ tu pede carpe uiam.                 [ ]
 231            nec graue te tempus   sitiensque Canicula tardet            [ ]
 232             nec uia per iactas   ¨ candida facta niues.                [ ]
 233             militiae   species amor est:   discedite, segnes;          [ ]
 234          non sunt haec timidis   ¨ signa tuenda uiris.                 [ ]
 235          nox et hiems   longaeque uiae   saeuique dolores              [ ]
 236           mollibus his castris   ¨ et labor omnis inest.               [ ]
 237             saepe feres imbrem   caelesti nube solutum                 [ ]
 238               frigidus et nuda   ¨ saepe iacebis humo.                 [ ]
 239                Cynthius Admeti   uaccas pauisse Pheraei                [ ]
 240             fertur et in parua   ¨ delituisse casa:                    [ ]
 241           quod Phoebum decuit,   quem non decet? exue fastus,          [ ]
 242                  curam mansuri   ¨ quisquis amoris habes.              [ ]
 243              si tibi per tutum   planumque negabitur ire               [ ]
 244            atque erit opposita   ¨ ianua fulta sera,                   [ ]
 
  
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 245           at tu per   praeceps tecto   delabere aperto,                [ ]
 246            det quoque furtiuas   ¨ alta fenestra uias.                 [ ]
 247           laeta erit et causam   tibi se sciet esse pericli;           [ ]
 248              hoc dominae certi   ¨ pignus amoris erit.                 [ ]
 249             saepe tua poteras,   Leandre, carere puella;               [ ]
 250             transnabas, animum   ¨ nosset ut illa tuum.                [2]
 251            nec pudor ancillas,   ut quaeque erit ordine prima,         [ ]
 252            nec tibi sit seruos   ¨ demeruisse pudor:                   [ ]
 253             nomine quemque suo   (nulla est iactura) saluta;           [ ]
 254             iunge tuis humiles   ¨ ambitiose manus;                    [ ]
 255             sed tamen et seruo   (leuis est inpensa) roganti           [ ]
 256               porrige Fortunae   ¨ munera parua die;                   [ ]
 257           porrige et ancillae,   qua poenas luce pependit              [ ]
 258                  lusa maritali   ¨ Gallica ueste manus.                [1]
 259         fac plebem,   mihi crede, tuam;   sit semper in illa           [ ]
 260             ianitor et thalami   ¨ qui iacet ante fores.               [ ]
  
  
  
  
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 261              nec dominam iubeo   pretioso munere dones;                [ ]?
 262            parua, sed e paruis   ¨ callidus apta dato.                 [ ]
 263           cum bene diues ager,   cum rami pondere nutant,              [ ]?
 264             adferat in calatho   ¨ rustica dona puer                   [ ]
 265                (rure suburbano   poteris tibi dicere missa,            [ ]?
 266              illa uel in Sacra   ¨ sint licet empta Via);              [ ]
 267               adferat aut uuas   aut, quas Amaryllis amabat,           [1]
 268            at nunc, castaneas,   ¨ non amat illa, nuces.               [ ]
 269             quin etiam   turdoque licet   missaque corona              [ ]
 270             te memorem dominae   ¨ testificare tuae.                   [ ]
 271            turpiter his emitur   spes mortis et orba senectus;         [ ]
 272           a, pereant, per quos   ¨ munera crimen habent!               [ ]
 273           quid tibi praecipiam   teneros quoque mittere uersus?        [ ]
 274            ei mihi, non multum   ¨ carmen honoris habet.               [ ]
 275              carmina laudantur   sed munera magna petuntur:            [ ]
 276             dummodo sit diues,   ¨ barbarus ipse placet.               [ ]
 
  
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 277                aurea sunt uere   nunc saecula: plurimus auro           [1]
 278              uenit honos, auro   ¨ conciliatur amor.                   [ ]
 279            ipse licet   uenias Musis   comitatus, Homere,              [ ]
 280            si nihil attuleris,   ¨ ibis, Homere, foras.                [ ]
 281          sunt tamen et doctae,   rarissima turba, puellae;             [ ]
 282              altera non doctae   ¨ turba, sed esse uolunt.             [ ]
 283               utraque laudetur   per carmina; carmina lector           [ ]
 284                commendet dulci   ¨ qualiacumque sono.                  [ ]
 285             his ergo aut illis   uigilatum carmen in ipsas             [ ]
 286                forsitan exigui   ¨ muneris instar erit.                [ ]
 287            at quod eris per te   facturus et utile credis,             [ ]
 288               id tua te facito   ¨ semper amica roget:                 [ ]
 289              libertas   alicui fuerit   promissa tuorum;               [ ]
 290            hanc tamen a domina   ¨ fac petat ille tua.                 [ ]
 291               si poenam seruo,   si uincula saeua remittis,            [ ]
 292            quod facturus eras,   ¨ debeat illa tibi.                   [ ]
 293              utilitas tua sit,   titulus donetur amicae;               [ ]
 294            perde nihil, partes   ¨ illa potentis agat.                 [ ]
  
  
  
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 295          sed te, cuicumque est   retinendae cura puellae,              [ ]
 296                attonitum forma   ¨ fac putet esse sua.                 [ ]
 297           siue erit in Tyriis,   Tyrios laudabis amictus;              [ ]
 298             siue erit in Cois,   ¨ Coa decere puta.                    [ ]
 299             aurata est:   ipso tibi sit   pretiosior auro;             [ ]
 300              gausapa si sumit,   ¨ gausapa sumpta proba.               [1]
 301             astiterit   tunicata: 'moues   incendia' clama,            [ ]
 302             sed timida, caueat   ¨ frigora, uoce roga.                 [ ]
 303            conpositum   discrimen erit:   discrimina lauda;            [ ]
 304           torserit igne comam:   ¨ torte capille, place.               [ ]
 305            bracchia saltantis,   uocem mirare canentis,                [ ]
 306             et, quod desierit,   ¨ uerba querentis habe.               [ ]
 307              ipsos concubitus,   ipsum uenerere licebit,               [ ]
 308      quod iuuat, et (?)quaedam   ¨ gaudia noctis habe.                 [ ]
 309                ut fuerit torua   uiolentior illa Medusa,               [ ]
 310                   fiet amatori   ¨ lenis et aequa suo.                 [1]
 311              tantum, ne pateas   uerbis simulator in illis,            [ ]
 312               effice nec uultu   ¨ destrue dicta tuo.                  [ ]
 
  
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 313         si latet, ars prodest;   adfert deprensa pudorem               [ ]
 314            atque adimit merito   ¨ tempus in omne fidem.               [ ]
 315            saepe sub autumnum,   cum formosissimus annus               [ ]
 316              plenaque purpureo   ¨ subruet uua mero,                   [ ]
 317            cum modo frigoribus   premitur, modo soluitur aestu,        [ ]
 318                 aëre non certo   ¨ corpora languor habet.              [ ]
 319            illa quidem ualeat,   sed si male firma cubabit             [ ]
 320                et uitium caeli   ¨ senserit aegra sui,                 [ ]
 321            tunc amor et pietas   tua sit manifesta puellae;            [ ]
 322           tum sere, quod plena   ¨ postmodo falce metas.               [ ]
 323                nec tibi morosi   ueniant fastidia morbi,               [2]?
 324             perque tuas fiant,   ¨ quae sinet ipsa, manus,             [ ]
 325             et uideat flentem,   nec taedeat oscula ferre,             [ ]
 326              et sicco lacrimas   ¨ conbibat ore tuas.                  [ ]
 327          multa uoue,   sed cuncta palam,   quotiensque libebit,        [ ]
 328             quae referas illi,   ¨ somnia laeta uide.                  [ ]
 329           et ueniat   quae lustret anus   lectumque locumque,          [ ]
 330           praeferat et tremula   ¨ sulphur et oua manu.                [ ]
  
  
  
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 331            omnibus his inerunt   gratae uestigia curae;                [ ]
 332              in tabulas multis   ¨ haec uia fecit iter.                [ ]?
 333             nec tamen officiis   odium quaeratur ab aegra;             [ ]
 334             sit suus in blanda   ¨ sedulitate modus:                   [ ]
 335              neue cibo prohibe   nec amari pocula suci                 [2]?
 336               porrige; riualis   ¨ misceat illa tuus.                  [1]
 337           Sed non, cui dederas   a litore carbasa, uento               [1]?
 338                 utendum, medio   ¨ cum potiere freto.                  [ ]
 339          dum nouus errat amor,   uires sibi colligat usu;              [ ]
 340             si bene nutrieris,   ¨ tempore firmus erit:                [ ]
 341            quem taurum metuis,   uitulum mulcere solebas;              [ ]
 342           sub qua nunc recubas   ¨ arbore, uirga fuit;                 [ ]
 343              nascitur exiguus,   sed opes adquirit eundo,              [ ]
 344           quaque uenit, multas   ¨ accipit amnis aquas.                [ ]
 345           fac tibi consuescat:   nil adsuetudine maius,                [ ]
 346          quam, tu, dum capias,   ¨ taedia nulla fuge:                  [ ]
 347              te semper uideat,   tibi semper praebeat aures,           [ ]
 348                exhibeat uultus   ¨ noxque diesque tuos.                [ ]
 
  
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 349            cum tibi maior erit   fiducia, posse requiri,               [ ]
 350             cum procul absenti   ¨ cura futurus eris,                  [ ]
 351           da requiem:   requietus ager   bene credita reddit,          [ ]
 352             terraque caelestes   ¨ arida sorbet aquas:                 [ ]
 353             Phyllida Demophoon   praesens moderatius ussit,            [ ]
 354                  exarsit uelis   ¨ acrius illa datis;                  [ ]
 355             Penelopen   absens sollers   torquebat Vlixes;             [ ]
 356             Phylacides aberat,   ¨ Laodamia, tuus.                     [ ]
 357          sed mora tuta breuis:   lentescunt tempore curae              [ ]
 358             uanescitque absens   ¨ et nouus intrat amor:               [ ]
 359            dum Menelaus abest,   Helene, ne sola iaceret,              [1]
 360            hospitis est tepido   ¨ nocte recepta sinu.                 [ ]
 361      quis stupor hic,   Menelae, fuit?   tu solus abibas,              [ ]
 362               isdem sub tectis   ¨ hospes et uxor erant?               [ ]
 363            accipitri   timidas credis   furiose columbas,              [ ]
 364                 plenum montano   ¨ credis ouile lupo.                  [ ]
 365             nil Helene peccat,   nihil hic committit adulter:          [ ]
 366          quod tu, quod faceret   ¨ quilibet, ille facit.               [ ]
  
  
  
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 367               cogis adulterium   dando tempusque locumque;             [ ]
 368        quid, nisi consilio est   ¨ usa puella tuo?                     [ ]
 369      quid faciat?   uir abest, et adest   non rusticus hospes,         [ ]
 370              et timet in uacuo   ¨ sola cubare toro.                   [ ]
 371               uiderit Atrides;   Helenen ego crimine soluo:            [ ]?
 372                 usa est humani   ¨ commoditate uiri.                   [ ]
 373          sed neque fuluus aper   media tam saeuus in ira est,          [ ]
 374               fulmineo rabidos   ¨ cum rotat ore canes,                [ ]
 375           nec lea, cum catulis   lactantibus ubera praebet,            [ ]
 376              nec breuis ignaro   ¨ uipera laesa pede                   [ ]
 377              femina quam socii   deprensa paelice lecti:               [ ]?
 378              ardet et in uultu   ¨ pignora mentis habet;               [ ]
 379            in ferrum   flammasque ruit   positoque decore              [ ]
 380               fertur, ut Aonii   ¨ cornibus icta dei.                  [ ]
 381              coniugis admissum   uiolataque iura marita est            [ ]
 382              barbara per natos   ¨ Phasias ulta suos;                  [ ]
 383             altera dira parens   haec est, quam cernis, hirundo:       [ ]
 384               aspice, signatum   ¨ sanguine pectus habet.              [ ]
 
  
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 385           hoc bene compositos,   hoc firmos soluit amores;             [ ]
 386            crimina sunt cautis   ¨ ista timenda uiris.                 [ ]
 387              nec mea uos   uni donat   censura puellae;                [ ]
 388             di melius! uix hoc   ¨ nupta tenere potest.                [ ]
 389              ludite, sed furto   celetur culpa modesto;                [ ]?
 390                 gloria peccati   ¨ nulla petenda sui est.              [ ]
 391             nec dederis munus,   cognosse quod altera possit,          [ ]
 392             nec sint nequitiae   ¨ tempora certa tuae,                 [ ]
 393             et, ne te   capiat latebris   sibi femina notis,           [ ]
 394              non uno est omnis   ¨ conuenienda loco,                   [ ]
 395          et, quotiens scribes,   totas prius ipse tabellas             [ ]
 396          inspice: plus multae,   ¨ quam sibi missa, legunt.            [ ]
 397         laesa Venus   iusta arma mouet   telumque remittit             [ ]
 398      et, modo quod questa est,   ¨ ipse querare facit:                 [ ]
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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 399               dum fuit Atrides   una contentus, et illa                [ ]
 400          casta fuit; uitio est   ¨ improba facta uiri.                 [ ]
 401              audierat   laurumque manu   uittasque ferentem            [ ]
 402               pro nata Chrysen   ¨ non ualuisse sua;                   [ ]
 403              audierat,   Lyrnesi, tuos,   abducta, dolores             [ ]
 404            bellaque per turpis   ¨ longius isse moras.                 [ ]
 405           haec tamen audierat;   Priameida uiderat ipsa:               [ ]
 406            uictor erat praedae   ¨ praeda pudenda suae.                [ ]
 407               inde Thyestiaden   animo thalamoque recepit              [ ]
 408              et male peccantem   ¨ Tyndaris ulta uirum.                [ ]
 409             quae bene celaris,   si qua tamen acta patebunt,           [2]
 410            illa licet pateant,   ¨ tu tamen usque nega.                [ ]
 411            tum neque subiectus   solito nec blandior esto:             [ ]
 412              haec animi multum   ¨ signa nocentis habent.              [ ]
 413            sed lateri   ne parce tuo:   pax omnis in uno est;          [ ]?
 414            concubitu prior est   ¨ infitianda Venus.                   [ ]
 415          sunt quae praecipiant   herbas, satureia, nocentes            [ ]
 416               sumere; iudiciis   ¨ ista uenena meis.                   [ ]
 
  
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 417              aut piper urticae   mordacis semine miscent               [ ]
 418             tritaque in annoso   ¨ flaua pyrethra mero.                [ ]
 419            sed dea non patitur   sic ad sua gaudia cogi,               [ ]
 420              colle sub umbroso   ¨ quam tenet altus Eryx.              [ ]
 421             candidus, Alcathoi   qui mittitur urbe Pelasga,            [ ]?
 422            bulbus et, ex horto   ¨ quae uenit, herba salax             [ ]
 423               ouaque sumantur,   sumantur Hymettia mella               [ ]
 424            quasque tulit folio   ¨ pinus acuta nuces.                  [ ]
 425      docta, quid ad   magicas, Erato,   deuerteris artes?              [1]?
 426                 interior curru   ¨ meta terenda meo est.               [ ]
 427               qui modo celabas   monitu tua crimina nostro,            [2]
 428          flecte iter et monitu   ¨ detege furta meo.                   [ ]
 429           nec leuitas   culpanda mea est:   non semper eodem           [ ]
 430                impositos uento   ¨ panda carina uehit.                 [ ]
 431              nam modo Threicio   Borea, modo currimus Euro;            [ ]
 432           saepe tument Zephyro   ¨ lintea, saepe Noto.                 [ ]
 433            aspice, ut in curru   modo det fluitantia rector            [ ]
 434            lora, modo admissos   ¨ arte retentet equos.                [ ]
  
  
  
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 435            sunt quibus ingrate   timida indulgentia seruit             [ ]?
 436            et, si nulla subest   ¨ aemula, languet amor;               [ ]
 437              luxuriant   animi rebus   plerumque secundis,             [1]
 438           nec facile est aequa   ¨ commoda mente pati.                 [ ]
 439             ut leuis absumptis   paulatim uiribus ignis                [ ]
 440              ipse latet, summo   ¨ canet in igne cinis,                [ ]
 441            sed tamen extinctas   admoto sulphure flammas               [ ]?
 442              inuenit et lumen,   ¨ quod fuit ante, redit:              [ ]
 443            sic, ubi pigra situ   securaque pectora torpent,            [2]?
 444           acribus est stimulis   ¨ eliciendus amor.                    [ ]
 445               fac timeat de te   tepidamque recalface mentem;          [1]
 446                palleat indicio   ¨ criminis illa tui.                  [ ]
 447         o quater et   quotiens numero   conprendere non est            [ ]
 448                felicem, de quo   ¨ laesa puella dolet!                 [ ]
 449            quae, simul inuitas   crimen peruenit ad aures,             [ ]
 450            excidit, et miserae   ¨ uoxque colorque fugit.              [ ]
 451          ille ego sim,   cuius laniet   furiosa capillos;              [ ]
 452          ille ego sim, teneras   ¨ cui petat ungue genas,              [ ]
 
  
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 453         quem uideat lacrimans,   quem toruis spectet ocellis,          [ ]
 454            quo sine non possit   ¨ uiuere, posse uelit.                [ ]
 455          si spatium   quaeras, breue sit,   quod laesa queratur,       [ ]
 456                 ne lenta uires   ¨ colligat ira mora.                  [ ]
 457               candida iamdudum   cingantur colla lacertis,             [ ]
 458           inque tuos flens est   ¨ accipienda sinus;                   [ ]
 459              oscula da flenti,   Veneris da gaudia flenti:             [ ]
 460              pax erit; hoc uno   ¨ soluitur ira modo.                  [1]
 461            cum bene saeuierit,   cum certa uidebitur hostis,           [ ]
 462            tum pete concubitus   ¨ foedera: mitis erit.                [ ]
 463                illic depositis   habitat Concordia telis,              [ ]
 464              illo, crede mihi,   ¨ Gratia nata loco est.               [2]
 465           quae modo pugnarunt,   iungunt sua rostra columbae,          [ ]
 466              quarum blanditias   ¨ uerbaque murmur habet.              [ ]
 467               prima fuit rerum   confusa sine ordine moles             [ ]
 468             unaque erat facies   ¨ sidera, terra, fretum;              [ ]
 469           mox caelum impositum   terris, humus aequore cincta est,     [ ]
 470              inque suas partes   ¨ cessit inane chaos;                 [ ]?
  
  
  
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 471        silua feras,   uolucres aër   accepit habendas;                 [u]
 472            in liquida, pisces,   ¨ delituistis aqua.                   [ ]
 473              tum genus humanum   solis errabat in agris                [2]
 474              idque merae uires   ¨ et rude corpus erat;                [ ]
 475            silua domus fuerat,   cibus herba, cubilia frondes,         [ ]
 476               iamque diu nulli   ¨ cognitus alter erat.                [ ]
 477         blanda truces   animos fertur   mollisse uoluptas:             [ ]
 478               constiterant uno   ¨ femina uirque loco.                 [ ]
 479          quid facerent,   ipsi nullo   didicere magistro;              [ ]
 480               arte Venus nulla   ¨ dulce peregit opus.                 [ ]
 481         ales habet, quod amet;   cum quo sua gaudia iungat,            [ ]
 482               inuenit in media   ¨ femina piscis aqua;                 [ ]
 483          cerua parem sequitur,   serpens serpente tenetur;             [ ]
 484               haeret adulterio   ¨ cum cane nexa canis;                [ ]
 485            laeta salitur ouis,   tauro quoque laeta iuuenca est;       [ ]
 486              sustinet inmundum   ¨ sima capella marem.                 [ ]
 487             in furias   agitantur equae   spatioque remota             [ ]
 488              per loca diuiduos   ¨ amne sequuntur equos.               [ ]
 
  
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 489             ergo age et iratae   medicamina fortia praebe;             [2]
 490              illa feri requiem   ¨ sola doloris habent,                [ ]
 491                illa Machaonios   superant medicamina sucos;            [ ]
 492             his, ubi peccaris,   ¨ restituendus eris.                  [ ]
 493          haec ego cum canerem,   subito manifestus Apollo              [ ]
 494                mouit inauratae   ¨ pollice fila lyrae.                 [ ]
 495             in manibus laurus,   sacris induta capillis                [ ]
 496             laurus erat: uates   ¨ ille uidendus adit.                 [ ]
 497              is mihi 'lasciui'   dixit 'praeceptor Amoris,             [ ]
 498             duc age discipulos   ¨ ad mea templa tuos,                 [ ]
 499               est ubi diuersum   fama celebrata per orbem              [1]
 500              littera, cognosci   ¨ quae sibi quemque iubet.            [ ]
 501           qui sibi notus erit,   solus sapienter amabit                [ ]
 502            atque opus ad uires   ¨ exiget omne suas:                   [ ]
 503              cui faciem   natura dedit,   spectetur ab illa;           [2]
 504           cui color est, umero   ¨ saepe patente cubet;                [ ]
 505            qui sermone placet,   taciturna silentia uitet;             [ ]
 506         qui canit arte, canat;   ¨ qui bibit arte, bibat.              [ ]
  
  
  
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 507            sed neque declament   medio sermone diserti,                [2]
 508              nec sua non sanus   ¨ scripta poeta legat.'               [ ]
 509            sic monuit Phoebus:   Phoebo parete monenti;                [ ]?
 510            certa dei sacro est   ¨ huius in ore fides.                 [ ]
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 511             ad propiora uocor;   quisquis sapienter amabit,            [ ]
 512            uincet et e nostra,   ¨ quod petet, arte feret.             [ ]
 513             credita non semper   sulci cum fenere reddunt,             [ ]
 514              nec semper dubias   ¨ adiuuat aura rates:                 [ ]
 515           quod iuuat, exiguum,   plus est, quod laedat amantes:        [ ]
 516                proponant animo   ¨ multa ferenda suo.                  [ ]
 517          quot lepores in Atho,   quot apes pascuntur in Hybla,         [ ]
 518             caerula quot bacas   ¨ Palladis arbor habet,               [ ]
 519           litore quot conchae,   tot sunt in amore dolores;            [ ]
 520            quae patimur, multo   ¨ spicula felle madent.               [ ]
 521         dicta erit isse foras,   quam tu fortasse uidebis:             [ ]
 522               isse foras et te   ¨ falsa uidere puta.                  [ ]
 523             clausa tibi fuerit   promissa ianua nocte:                 [ ]
 524              perfer et inmunda   ¨ ponere corpus humo.                 [ ]
 
  
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 525              forsitan et uultu   mendax ancilla superbo                [ ]
 526            dicet 'quid nostras   ¨ obsidet iste fores?'                [ ]
 527              postibus et durae   supplex blandire puellae              [ ]
 528              et capiti demptas   ¨ in fore pone rosas.                 [ ]
 529            cum uolet, accedes;   cum te uitabit, abibis:               [ ]?
 530               dedecet ingenuos   ¨ taedia ferre sui.                   [ ]
 531        'effugere hunc non est'   quare tibi possit amica               [1]
 532               dicere? non omni   ¨ tempore (?)sensus obest.            [ ]
 533             nec maledicta puta   nec uerbera ferre puellae             [ ]
 534           turpe nec ad teneros   ¨ oscula ferre pedes.                 [ ]
 535          quid moror in paruis?   animus maioribus instat;              [ ]
 536               magna cano: toto   ¨ pectore, uulgus, ades.              [1]
 537                 ardua molimur,   sed nulla, nisi ardua, uirtus;        [ ]
 538              difficilis nostra   ¨ poscitur arte labor.                [ ]
 539               riualem   patienter habe:   uictoria tecum               [ ]
 540             stabit, eris magni   ¨ uictor in Arce Iouis.               [ ]
 541          haec tibi non hominem   sed quercus crede Pelasgas            [ ]
 542              dicere; nil istis   ¨ ars mea maius habet.                [ ]
  
  
  
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 543            innuet illa: feras;   scribet: ne tange tabellas;           [ ]
 544            unde uolet, ueniat,   ¨ quoque libebit, eat.                [ ]
 545                hoc in legitima   praestant uxore mariti,               [ ]
 546          cum, tener, ad partes   ¨ tu quoque, Somne, uenis.            [ ]
 547            hac ego, confiteor,   non sum perfectus in arte;            [ ]
 548           quid faciam? monitis   ¨ sum minor ipse meis.                [ ]
 549             mene palam nostrae   det quisquam signa puellae            [ ]
 550              et patiar nec me,   ¨ quo libet, ira ferat?               [ ]?
 551            oscula uir dederat,   memini, suus; oscula questus          [ ]
 552             sum data: barbaria   ¨ noster abundat amor.                [ ]
 553         non semel hoc   uitium nocuit   mihi; doctior ille,            [ ]
 554               quo ueniunt alii   ¨ conciliante uiri.                   [ ]
 555            sed melius   nescisse fuit:   sine furta tegantur,          [ ]
 556                ne fugiat fasso   ¨ uictus ab ore pudor.                [ ]
 557          quo magis, o iuuenes,   deprendere parcite uestras;           [ ]
 558             peccent, peccantes   ¨ uerba dedisse putent.               [ ]
 559          crescit amor prensis:   ubi par fortuna duorum est,           [ ]
 560                 in causa damni   ¨ perstat uterque sui.                [ ]
 
  
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 561                fabula narratur   toto notissima caelo,                 [ ]?
 562               Mulceribus capti   ¨ Marsque Venusque dolis.             [ ]
 563              Mars pater insano   Veneris turbatus amore                [ ]?
 564              de duce terribili   ¨ factus amator erat;                 [ ]
 565               nec Venus oranti   (neque enim dea mollior ulla est)     [ ]
 566                rustica Gradiuo   ¨ difficilisque fuit.                 [1]
 567            a, quotiens   lasciua pedes   risisse mariti                [ ]
 568               dicitur et duras   ¨ igne uel arte manus!                [ ]
 569          Marte palam simul est   Vulcanum imitata, decebat,            [ ]
 570             multaque cum forma   ¨ gratia mixta fuit.                  [ ]
 571            sed bene concubitus   primo celare solebant;                [ ]?
 572                plena uerecundi   ¨ culpa pudoris erat.                 [ ]
 573                  indicio Solis   (quis Solem fallere possit?)          [ ]
 574                cognita Vulcano   ¨ coniugis acta suae.                 [ ]
 575        (quam mala, Sol,   exempla moues!   pete munus ab ipsa:         [ ]
 576            et tibi, si taceas,   ¨ quod dare possit, habet.)           [ ]
 577              Mulciber obscuros   lectum circaque superque              [ ]
 578              disponit laqueos;   ¨ lumina fallit opus.                 [ ]
  
  
  
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 579            fingit iter Lemnon;   ueniunt ad foedus amantes;            [ ]
 580              impliciti laqueis   ¨ nudus uterque iacent;               [ ]
 581            conuocat ille deos;   praebent spectacula capti;            [ ]
 582           uix lacrimas Venerem   ¨ continuisse putant;                 [ ]
 583             non uultus   texisse suos,   non denique possunt           [ ]
 584              partibus obscenis   ¨ obposuisse manus.                   [ ]
 585           hic aliquis   ridens 'in me,   fortissime Mauors,            [ ]
 586            si tibi sunt oneri,   ¨ uincula transfer' ait.              [ ]
 587          uix precibus,   Neptune, tuis   captiua resoluit              [ ]
 588          corpora; Mars Thracen   ¨ occupat, illa Paphon.               [ ]
 589             hoc tibi perfecto,   Vulcane, quod ante tegebant,          [ ]
 590              liberius faciunt,   ¨ et pudor omnis abest.               [ ]
 591           saepe tamen   demens stulte   fecisse fateris,               [ ]?
 592             teque ferunt artis   ¨ paenituisse tuae.                   [ ]
 593            hoc uetiti   uos este: uetat   deprensa Dione               [ ]?
 594                insidias illas,   ¨ quas tulit ipsa, dare.              [ ]
 595                 nec uos riuali   laqueos disponite nec uos             [ ]?
 596                excipite arcana   ¨ uerba notata manu;                  [ ]
 
  
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 597             ista uiri captent,   si iam captanda putabunt,             [ ]
 598             quos faciet iustos   ¨ ignis et unda uiros.                [ ]
 599              en iterum testor:   nihil hic nisi lege remissum          [ ]
 600            luditur; in nostris   ¨ instita nulla iocis.                [ ]
 601           quis Cereris   ritus ausit   uulgare profanis                [ ]
 602              magnaque Threicia   ¨ sacra reperta Samo?                 [ ]
 603              exigua est uirtus   praestare silentia rebus;             [ ]
 604           at contra grauis est   ¨ culpa tacenda loqui.                [ ]
 605           o bene, quod frustra   captatis arbore pomis                 [ ]?
 606              garrulus in media   ¨ Tantalus aret aqua!                 [ ]
 607            praecipue   Cytherea iubet   sua sacra taceri;              [ ]
 608                admoneo, ueniat   ¨ ne quis ad illa loquax.             [ ]
 609            condita si non sunt   Veneris mysteria cistis               [ ]
 610               nec caua uesanis   ¨ ictibus aera sonant,                [1]
 611             at tamen inter nos   medio uersantur in usu,               [ ]!
 612             sed sic, inter nos   ¨ ut latuisse uelint.                 [ ]!
 613              ipsa Venus pubem,   quotiens uelamina ponit,              [ ]
 614               protegitur laeua   ¨ semireducta manu.                   [ ]
  
  
  
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 615              in medio   passimque coit   pecus: hoc quoque uiso        [ ]
 616                 auertit uultus   ¨ nempe puella suos.                  [ ]
 617           conueniunt   thalami furtis   et ianua nostris               [ ]
 618            parsque sub iniecta   ¨ ueste pudenda latet,                [ ]
 619           et, si non tenebras,   at quiddam nubis opacae               [ ]
 620        quaerimus atque aliquid   ¨ luce patente minus.                 [ ]
 621       tunc quoque, cum   solem nondum   prohibebat et imbrem           [ ]
 622             tegula sed quercus   ¨ tecta cibumque dabat,               [ ]
 623        in nemore atque antris,   non sub Ioue, iuncta uoluptas:        [ ]
 624              tanta rudi populo   ¨ cura pudoris erat.                  [ ]
 625              at nunc nocturnis   titulos inponimus actis,              [ ]
 626             atque emitur magno   ¨ nil nisi posse loqui.               [ ]
 627              scilicet excuties   omnis, ubi quaeque, puellas,          [ ]
 628              cuilibet ut dicas   ¨ 'haec quoque nostra fuit'?          [ ]
 629           ne desint,   quas tu digitis   ostendere possis,             [ ]
 630          ut quamque adtigeris,   ¨ fabula turpis erit?                 [ ]
 631        parua queror:   fingunt quidam,   quae uera negarent,           [ ]
 632                et nulli non se   ¨ concubuisse ferunt.                 [ ]



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 633           corpora si nequeunt,   quae possunt, nomina tangunt,         [ ]
 634              famaque non tacto   ¨ corpore crimen habet.               [ ]
 635          i nunc, claude fores,   custos odiose puellae,                [ ]
 636                et centum duris   ¨ postibus obde seras:                [ ]
 637            quid tuti superest,   cum nominis extat adulter             [1]
 638             et credi, quod non   ¨ contigit esse, cupit?               [ ]
 639              nos etiam   ueros parce   profitemur amores,              [ ]
 640           tectaque sunt solida   ¨ mystica furta fide.                 [ ]
 641              parcite praecipue   uitia exprobrare puellis,             [ ]
 642              utile quae multis   ¨ dissimulasse fuit:                  [ ]
 643            nec suus Andromedae   color est obiectus ab illo,           [ ]
 644              mobilis in gemino   ¨ cui pede pinna fuit;                [ ]
 645             omnibus Andromache   uisa est spatiosior aequo,            [ ]?
 646              unus, qui modicam   ¨ diceret, Hector erat.               [ ]
 647       quod male fers,   adsuesce: feres   bene: multa uetustas         [ ]
 648              leniet; incipiens   ¨ omnia sentit amor.                  [ ]
 649            dum nouus in uiridi   coalescit cortice ramus,              [ ]
 650              concutiat tenerum   ¨ quaelibet aura, cadet;              [ ]
  
  
  
  
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 651             mox etiam   uentis spatio   durata resistet                [ ]
 652             firmaque adoptiuas   ¨ arbor habebit opes:                 [ ]
 653               eximit ipsa dies   omnis e corpore mendas,               [1]?
 654           quodque fuit uitium,   ¨ desinit esse mora:                  [ ]
 655              ferre nouae nares   taurorum terga recusant;              [ ]
 656                adsiduo domitas   ¨ tempore fallit odor.                [ ]
 657              nominibus   mollire licet   mala: 'fusca' uocetur,        [ ]
 658               nigrior Illyrica   ¨ cui pice sanguis erit;              [ ]
 659        si paeta est,   'Veneri similis';   si raua, 'Mineruae';        [ ]
 660          sit 'gracilis', macie   ¨ quae male uiua sua est;             [ ]
 661       dic 'habilem',   quaecumque breuis,   quae turgida, 'plenam';    [ ]
 662               et lateat uitium   ¨ proximitate boni.                   [ ]
 663           nec quotus annus eat   nec quo sit nata require              [ ]
 664          consule, quae rigidus   ¨ munera censor habet,                [ ]
 665             praecipue   si flore caret   meliusque peractum            [2]?
 666             tempus et albentes   ¨ iam legit illa comas.               [ ]
 667             utilis, o iuuenes,   aut haec aut serior aetas:            [ ]
 668            iste feret segetes,   ¨ iste serendus ager.                 [ ]
 
  
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 669               dum uires   annique sinunt,   tolerate labores:          [ ]?
 670              iam ueniet tacito   ¨ curua senecta pede.                 [ ]
 671              aut mare remigiis   aut uomere findite terras             [ ]
 672            aut fera belligeras   ¨ addite in arma manus                [ ]
 673             aut latus et uires   operamque adferte puellis:            [1]
 674        hoc quoque militia est,   ¨ hoc quoque quaerit opes.            [ ]
 675         adde, quod est   illis operum   prudentia maior,               [ ]
 676           solus, et, artifices   ¨ qui facit, usus adest.              [ ]
 677                illae munditiis   annorum damna rependunt               [ ]
 678               et faciunt cura,   ¨ ne uideantur anus,                  [ ]
 679         utque uelis,   Venerem iungunt   per mille figuras:            [ ]
 680                 inuenit plures   ¨ nulla tabella modos.                [ ]
 681                 illis sentitur   non inritata uoluptas;                [ ]
 682           quod iuuat, ex aequo   ¨ femina uirque ferant.               [ ]
 683                odi concubitus,   qui non utrumque resoluunt:           [ ]
 684             hoc est, cur pueri   ¨ tangar amore minus;                 [ ]
 685             odi, quae praebet,   quia sit praebere necesse,            [ ]
  
  
  
  
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 686               siccaque de lana   ¨ cogitat ipsa sua;                   [1]
 687            quae datur officio,   non est mihi grata uoluptas:          [ ]?
 688                officium faciat   ¨ nulla puella mihi.                  [ ]
 689                me uoces   audire iuuat   sua gaudia fassas,            [2]?
 690               utque morer meme   ¨ sustineamque, roget;                [ ]
 691             aspiciam   dominae uictos   amentis ocellos;               [ ]?
 692              langueat et tangi   ¨ se uetet illa diu.                  [ ]
 693         haec bona non   primae tribuit   natura iuuentae,              [ ]
 694          quae cito post septem   ¨ lustra uenire solent.               [ ]
 695      qui properent,   noua musta bibant;   mihi fundat auitum          [ ]
 696             consulibus priscis   ¨ condita testa merum.                [ ]
 697        nec platanus,   nisi sera, potest   obsistere Phoebo            [ ]
 698               et laedunt nudos   ¨ prata nouella pedes;                [ ]
 699             scilicet Hermionen   Helenae praeponere posses             [ ]
 700                et melior Gorge   ¨ quam sua mater erat!                [ ]
 701            at Venerem   quicumque uoles   adtingere seram,             [ ]
 
  
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 702               si modo duraris,   ¨ praemia digna feres.                [1]
 703           conscius, ecce, duos   accepit lectus amantes:               [ ]
 704            ad thalami clausas,   ¨ Musa, resiste fores.                [ ]
 705             sponte sua sine te   celeberrima uerba loquentur,          [ ]
 706             nec manus in lecto   ¨ laeua iacebit iners;                [ ]
 707             inueniunt   digiti quod agant   in partibus illis,         [ ]
 708              in quibus occulte   ¨ spicula tingit Amor.                [ ]
 709            fecit in Andromache   prius hoc fortissimus Hector          [ ]
 710               nec solum bellis   ¨ utilis ille fuit;                   [ ]
 711              fecit et in capta   Lyrneside magnus Achilles,            [ ]
 712            cum premeret mollem   ¨ lassus ab hoste torum.              [ ]
 713               illis te manibus   tangi, Brisei, sinebas,               [ ]?
 714                imbutae Phrygia   ¨ quae nece semper erant?             [ ]
 715            an fuit hoc   ipsum quod te,   lasciua, iuuaret,            [ ]
 716               ad tua uictrices   ¨ membra uenire manus?                [ ]
 717          crede mihi,   non est Veneris   properanda uoluptas           [2]
 718               sed sensim tarda   ¨ prolicienda mora.                   [ ]
 719           cum loca reppereris,   quae tangi femina gaudet,             [ ]
  
  
  
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 720             non obstet, tangas   ¨ quominus illa, pudor:               [ ]
 721              aspicies   oculos tremulo   fulgore micantes,             [ ]
 722               ut sol a liquida   ¨ saepe refulget aqua;                [2]
 723              accedent questus,   accedet amabile murmur                [ ]
 724              et dulces gemitus   ¨ aptaque uerba ioco.                 [ ]
 725         sed neque tu   dominam uelis   maioribus usus                  [ ]
 726             defice, nec cursus   ¨ anteeat illa tuos;                  [ ]
 727             ad metam   properate simul:   tum plena uoluptas,          [ ]
 728              cum pariter uicti   ¨ femina uirque iacent.               [ ]
 729             hic tibi seruandus   tenor est, cum libera dantur          [ ]
 730                 otia, furtiuum   ¨ nec timor urget opus;               [ ]
 731         cum mora non tuta est,   totis incumbere remis                 [ ]
 732               utile et admisso   ¨ subdere calcar equo.                [ ]
 733             Finis adest operi:   palmam date, grata iuuentus,          [ ]
 734              sertaque odoratae   ¨ myrtea ferte comae.                 [1]
 735            quantus apud Danaos   Podalirius arte medendi,              [ ]
 736               Aeacides dextra,   ¨ pectore Nestor erat,                [ ]
 737         quantus erat   Calchas extis,   Telamonius armis,              [ ]
 
  
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 738               Automedon curru,   ¨ tantus amator ego.                  [ ]
 739             me uatem   celebrate, uiri,   mihi dicite laudes;          [ ]
 740                  cantetur toto   ¨ nomen in orbe meum.                 [ ]
 741               arma dedi uobis;   dederat Vulcanus Achilli:             [2]
 742             uincite muneribus,   ¨ uicit ut ille, datis.               [ ]
 743             sed, quicumque meo   superarit Amazona ferro,              [ ]
 744              inscribat spoliis   ¨ NASO MAGISTER ERAT.                 [ ]
 745          Ecce, rogant tenerae,   sibi dem praecepta, puellae:          [ ]
 746             uos eritis chartae   ¨ proxima cura meae.                  [ ]
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   1               Arma dedi Danais   in Amazonas; arma supersunt,          [ ]
   2       quae tibi dem et turmae,   ¨ Penthesilea, tuae.                  [ ]?
   3            ite in bella pares;   uincant, quibus alma Dione            [ ]
   4               fauerit et, toto   ¨ qui uolat orbe, puer.               [ ]
   5               non erat armatis   aequum concurrere nudas;              [ ]
   6                sic etiam uobis   ¨ uincere turpe, uiri.                [ ]
   7               dixerit e multis   aliquis 'quid uirus in anguis         [ ]
   8              adicis et rabidae   ¨ tradis ouile lupae?'                [ ]
   9               parcite paucarum   diffundere crimen in omnes;           [ ]
  10              spectetur meritis   ¨ quaeque puella suis.                [ ]
  11               si minor Atrides   Helenen, Helenesque sororem           [ ]?
  12             quo premat Atrides   ¨ crimine maior habet,                [ ]
  13            si scelere Oeclides   Talaioniae  Eriphylae                 [ ]
  14              uiuus et in uiuis   ¨ ad Styga uenit equis,               [ ]
  15               est pia Penelope   lustris errante duobus                [ ]
  16             et totidem lustris   ¨ bella gerente uiro;                 [ ]
  17            respice Phylaciden,   et quae comes isse marito             [ ]
 
  
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  18           fertur et ante annos   ¨ occubuisse suos;                    [ ]
  19              fata Pheretriadae   coniunx Pagasaea redemit              [ ]
  20           proque uiro est uxor   ¨ funere lata uiri.                   [ ]
  21           'accipe me, Capaneu:   cineres miscebimur' inquit            [ ]
  22               Iphias in medios   ¨ desiluitque rogos.                  [ ]
  23       ipsa quoque et cultu est   et nomine femina Virtus:              [ ]
  24              non mirum, populo   ¨ si placet illa suo.                 [ ]
  25        (nec tamen hae   mentes nostra   poscuntur ab arte;             [ ]
  26              conueniunt cumbae   ¨ uela minora meae.                   [ ]
  27               nil nisi lasciui   per me discuntur amores:              [ ]
  28              femina praecipiam   ¨ quo sit amanda modo.)               [ ]
  29             femina nec flammas   nec saeuos discutit arcus;            [ ]
  30             parcius haec uideo   ¨ tela nocere uiris.                  [ ]
  31            saepe uiri fallunt,   tenerae non saepe puellae             [ ]
  32          paucaque, si quaeras,   ¨ crimina fraudis habent:             [ ]
  33           Phasida, iam matrem,   fallax dimisit Iaso;                  [ ]
  34              uenit in Aesonios   ¨ altera nupta sinus.                 [ ]
  35         quantum in te, Theseu,   uolucres Ariadna marinas              [ ]
  
  
  
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  36                pauit in ignoto   ¨ sola relicta loco.                  [ ]
  37          quaere, Nouem   cur una Viae   dicatur, et audi               [ ]
  38               depositis siluas   ¨ Phyllida flesse comis.              [ ]
  39               et famam   pietatis habet,   tamen hospes et ensem       [ ]
  40             praebuit et causam   ¨ mortis, Elissa, tuae.               [ ]
  41           quid uos perdiderit,   dicam: nescitis amare;                [ ]
  42              defuit ars uobis:   ¨ arte perennat amor.                 [ ]
  43         nunc quoque nescirent!   sed me Cytherea docere                [ ]
  44          iussit et ante oculos   ¨ constitit ipsa meos.                [ ]
  45      tum mihi 'quid   miserae' dixit   'meruere puellae?               [ ]
  46               traditur armatis   ¨ uulgus inerme uiris.                [ ]
  47                illos artifices   gemini fecere libelli;                [1]
  48       haec quoque pars monitis   ¨ erudienda tuis.                     [ ]
  49             probra Therapnaeae   qui dixerat ante maritae,             [ ]
  50             mox cecinit laudes   ¨ prosperiore lyra.                   [ ]
  51               si bene te noui,   cultas ne laede puellas:              [2]
  52             gratia, dum uiues,   ¨ ista petenda tibi est.'             [ ]
  53               dixit et e myrto   (myrto nam uincta capillos            [ ]
 
  
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  54            constiterat) folium   ¨ granaque pauca dedit;               [ ]
  55              sensimus acceptis   numen quoque: purior aether           [ ]
  56              fulsit, et e toto   ¨ pectore cessit onus.                [1]
  57            dum facit ingenium,   petite hinc praecepta, puellae,       [ ]
  58            quas pudor et leges   ¨ et sua iura sinunt.                 [ ]
  59             uenturae   memores iam nunc   estote senectae:             [ ]
  60               sic nullum uobis   ¨ tempus abibit iners.                [ ]
  61           dum licet et   ueros etiam   nunc editis annos,              [ ]
  62              ludite: eunt anni   ¨ more fluentis aquae.                [ ]
  63          nec, quae praeteriit,   iterum reuocabitur unda               [ ]
  64          nec, quae praeteriit,   ¨ hora redire potest.                 [ ]
  65             utendum est   aetate: cito   pede labitur aetas            [ ]
  66         nec bona tam sequitur,   ¨ quam bona prima fuit.               [ ]
  67           hos ego, qui canent,   frutices uiolaria uidi;               [2]
  68              hac mihi de spina   ¨ grata corona data est.              [1]
  69         tempus erit,   quo tu, quae nunc   excludis amantes,           [ ]
  70                frigida deserta   ¨ nocte iacebis anus,                 [ ]
  71              nec tua frangetur   nocturna ianua rixa,                  [ ]
  
  
  
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  72            sparsa nec inuenies   ¨ limina mane rosa.                   [ ]
  73         quam cito, me miserum,   laxantur corpora rugis                [ ]
  74            et perit, in nitido   ¨ qui fuit ore, color,                [ ]
  75            quasque fuisse tibi   canas a uirgine iures                 [ ]?
  76              sparguntur subito   ¨ per caput omne comae!               [ ]
  77               anguibus exuitur   tenui cum pelle uetustas,             [ ]
  78             nec faciunt ceruos   ¨ cornua iacta senes;                 [ ]
  79            nostra sine auxilio   fugiunt bona: carpite florem,         [ ]
  80        qui, nisi carptus erit,   ¨ turpiter ipse cadet.                [ ]
  81         adde, quod et   partus faciunt   breuiora iuuentae             [ ]
  82              tempora: continua   ¨ messe senescit ager.                [ ]
  83               Latmius Endymion   non est tibi, Luna, rubori,           [ ]
  84            nec Cephalus roseae   ¨ praeda pudenda deae;                [ ]
  85           ut Veneri,   quem luget adhuc,   donetur Adonis,             [ ]
  86              unde habet Aenean   ¨ Harmoniamque suos?                  [ ]
  87              ite per exemplum,   genus o mortale, dearum,              [ ]
  88             gaudia nec cupidis   ¨ uestra negate uiris.                [ ]
  89              ut iam decipiant,   quid perditis? omnia constant;        [ ]
 
  
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  90            mille licet sumant,   ¨ deperit inde nihil.                 [ ]
  91             conteritur ferrum,   silices tenuantur ab usu;             [ ]
  92              sufficit et damni   ¨ pars caret illa metu.               [ ]
  93            quis uetet adposito   lumen de lumine sumi                  [ ]?
  94             quisue cauo uastas   ¨ in mare seruet aquas?               [ ]
  95             et tamen ulla uiro   mulier 'non expedit' inquit?          [ ]
  96         quid, nisi quam sumes,   ¨ dic mihi, perdis, aquam?            [ ]
  97             nec uos prostituit   mea uox, sed uana timere              [ ]
  98            damna uetat: damnis   ¨ munera uestra carent.               [ ]
  99              sed me flaminibus   uenti maioris iturum,                 [1]?
 100            dum sumus in portu,   ¨ prouehat aura leuis.                [ ]
 101                Ordior a cultu:   cultis bene Liber ab uuis             [ ]
 102             prouenit, et culto   ¨ stat seges alta solo.               [ ]
 103               forma dei munus;   forma quota quaeque superbit?         [ ]
 104              pars uestrum tali   ¨ munere magna caret.                 [ ]
 105             cura dabit faciem;   facies neclecta peribit,              [ ]
 106                Idaliae similis   ¨ sit licet illa deae.                [ ]
 107             corpora si ueteres   non sic coluere puellae,              [ ]
  
  
  
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 108             nec ueteres cultos   ¨ sic habuere uiros:                  [ ]?
 109             si fuit Andromache   tunicas induta ualentes,              [ ]
 110               quid mirum? duri   ¨ militis uxor erat;                  [ ]
 111                 scilicet Aiaci   coniunx ornata uenires,               [ ]
 112             cui tegimen septem   ¨ terga fuere boum!                   [ ]
 113         simplicitas   rudis ante fuit;   nunc aurea Roma est           [ ]
 114               et domiti magnas   ¨ possidet orbis opes.                [ ]
 115        aspice, quae nunc sunt,   Capitolia, quaeque fuerunt:           [ ]
 116                 alterius dices   ¨ illa fuisse Iouis.                  [ ]
 117                 Curia consilio   nunc est dignissima tanto,            [ ]
 118               de stipula Tatio   ¨ regna tenente fuit;                 [ ]
 119           quae nunc sub Phoebo   ducibusque Palatia fulgent,           [ ]
 120             quid nisi araturis   ¨ pascua bubus erant?                 [1]
 121           prisca iuuent alios,   ego me nunc denique natum             [ ]
 122           gratulor: haec aetas   ¨ moribus apta meis,                  [ ]
 123         non quia nunc   terrae lentum   subducitur aurum               [ ]
 
  
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 124               lectaque diuerso   ¨ litore concha uenit,                [ ]
 125            nec quia decrescunt   effosso marmore montes,               [ ]
 126             nec quia caeruleae   ¨ mole fugantur aquae,                [ ]
 127          sed quia cultus adest   nec nostros mansit in annos           [ ]
 128             rusticitas priscis   ¨ illa superstes auis.                [ ]
 129         uos quoque non   caris aures   onerate lapillis,               [ ]?
 130           quos legit in uiridi   ¨ decolor Indus aqua,                 [ ]
 131             nec prodite graues   insuto uestibus auro:                 [1]?
 132          per quas nos petitis,   ¨ saepe fugatis, opes.                [ ]
 133             munditiis capimur:   non sint sine lege capilli;           [ ]
 134                 admotae formam   ¨ dantque negantque manus.            [ ]
 135              nec genus ornatus   unum est: quod quamque decebit,       [1]
 136             elegat et speculum   ¨ consulat ante suum.                 [ ]
 137          longa probat   facies capitis   discrimina puri:              [ ]
 138               sic erat ornatis   ¨ Laodamia comis.                     [ ]
 139                exiguum   summa nodum   sibi fronte relinqui,           [ ]?
 140              ut pateant aures,   ¨ ora rotunda uolunt.                 [ ]
  
  
  
  
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 141              alterius   crines umero   iactentur utroque:              [1]
 142             talis es adsumpta,   ¨ Phoebe canore, lyra;                [ ]
 143              altera succinctae   religetur more Dianae,                [ ]
 144            ut solet, attonitas   ¨ cum petit illa feras;               [ ]
 145            huic decet inflatos   laxe iacuisse capillos,               [ ]
 146            illa sit adstrictis   ¨ impedienda comis;                   [ ]
 147             hanc placet ornari   testudine Cyllenaea,                  [ ]?
 148              sustineat similes   ¨ fluctibus illa sinus.               [ ]
 149               sed neque ramosa   numerabis in ilice glandes,           [2]?
 150            nec quot apes Hybla   ¨ nec quot in Alpe ferae,             [ ]
 151         nec mihi tot   positus numero   conprendere fas est:           [ ]
 152                 adicit ornatus   ¨ proxima quaeque dies.               [ ]
 153              et neclecta decet   multas coma: saepe iacere             [ ]
 154              hesternam credas,   ¨ illa repexa modo est.               [ ]
 155              ars casu similis:   sic capta uidit ut urbe               [1]
 156                 Alcides Iolen,   ¨ 'hanc ego' dixit 'amo.'             [ ]
 157               talem te Bacchus   Satyris clamantibus 'euhoe'           [ ]
 158            sustulit in currus,   ¨ Cnosi relicta, suos.                [ ]
 
  
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 159             o quantum indulget   uestro natura decori,                 [ ]
 160             quarum sunt multis   ¨ damna pianda modis!                 [ ]
 161            nos male detegimur,   raptique aetate capilli,              [ ]
 162               ut Borea frondes   ¨ excutiente, cadunt;                 [ ]
 163                femina canitiem   Germanis inficit herbis,              [ ]?
 164                 et melior uero   ¨ quaeritur arte color,               [ ]
 165                femina procedit   densissima crinibus emptis            [2]
 166              proque suis alios   ¨ efficit aere suos.                  [ ]
 167           nec rubor est   emisse: palam   uenire uidemus               [ ]
 168           Herculis ante oculos   ¨ uirgineumque chorum.                [ ]
 169          quid de ueste loquar?   nec nunc segmenta requiro             [ ]
 170              nec quae de Tyrio   ¨ murice, lana, rubes.                [ ]
 171             cum tot prodierint   pretio leuiore colores,               [ ]
 172          quis furor est census   ¨ corpore ferre suos?                 [ ]
 173            aëris, ecce, color,   tum cum sine nubibus aër              [ ]
 174            nec tepidus pluuias   ¨ concitat Auster aquas;              [ ]
 175             ecce tibi similis,   quae quondam Phrixon et Hellen        [ ]
  
  
  
  
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 176                  diceris Inois   ¨ eripuisse dolis;                    [u]
 177              hic undas   imitatur, habet   quoque nomen ab undis:      [ ]
 178             crediderim nymphas   ¨ has ego ueste tegi;                 [ ]
 179            ille crocum simulat   (croceo uelatur amictu,               [ ]
 180              roscida luciferos   ¨ cum dea iungit equos),              [ ]
 181            hic Paphias myrtos,   hic purpureas amethystos              [ ]
 182               albentesue rosas   ¨ Threiciamue gruem;                  [ ]
 183          nec glandes,   Amarylli, tuae   nec amygdala desunt,          [ ]
 184              et sua uelleribus   ¨ nomina cera dedit.                  [ ]
 185          quot noua terra parit   flores, cum uere tepenti              [ ]
 186              uitis agit gemmas   ¨ pigraque fugit hiems,               [ ]
 187          lana tot aut   plures sucos   bibit: elige certos,            [ ]
 188             nam non conueniens   ¨ omnibus omnis erit.                 [ ]
 189           pulla decent niueas:   Briseida pulla decebant;              [u]
 190           cum rapta est, pulla   ¨ tum quoque ueste fuit.              [ ]
 191            alba decent fuscas:   albis, Cephei, placebas;              [ ]
 192              sic tibi uestitae   ¨ pressa Seriphos erat.               [ ]
 193            quam paene admonui,   ne trux caper iret in alas            [ ]?
 
  
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 194              neue forent duris   ¨ aspera crura pilis!                 [ ]
 195               sed non Caucasea   doceo de rupe puellas                 [ ]?
 196          quaeque bibant undas,   ¨ Myse Caice, tuas.                   [ ]
 197            quid, si praecipiam   ne fuscet inertia dentes              [ ]
 198                oraque suscepta   ¨ mane lauentur aqua?                 [ ]
 199              scitis et inducta   candorem quaerere creta;              [ ]
 200             sanguine quae uero   ¨ non rubet, arte rubet;              [ ]
 201                arte supercilii   confinia nuda repletis                [ ]
 202              paruaque sinceras   ¨ uelat aluta genas.                  [ ]
 203         nec pudor est   oculos tenui   signare fauilla                 [ ]
 204             uel prope te nato,   ¨ lucide Cydne, croco.                [1]
 205           est mihi, quo   dixi uestrae   medicamina formae,            [ ]
 206               paruus, sed cura   ¨ grande, libellus, opus:             [ ]
 207         hinc quoque praesidium   laesae petitote figurae;              [ ]
 208            non est pro uestris   ¨ ars mea rebus iners.                [ ]
 209            non tamen expositas   mensa deprendat amator                [ ]?
 210            pyxidas: ars faciem   ¨ dissimulata iuuat.                  [ ]
 211              quem non offendat   toto faex inlita uultu,               [ ]
  
  
  
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 212           cum fluit in tepidos   ¨ pondere lapsa sinus?                [ ]
 213          oesypa quid redolent,   quamuis mittatur Athenis              [ ]
 214             demptus ab inmundo   ¨ uellere sucus ouis?                 [ ]
 215             nec coram   mixtas ceruae   sumpsisse medullas             [ ]
 216               nec coram dentes   ¨ defricuisse probem.                 [ ]
 217            ista dabunt formam,   sed erunt deformia uisu,              [ ]
 218            multaque, dum fiunt   ¨ turpia, facta placent:              [ ]
 219         quae nunc nomen habent   operosi signa Myronis,                [2]
 220           pondus iners quondam   ¨ duraque massa fuit;                 [ ]
 221                anulus ut fiat,   primo conliditur aurum;               [ ]
 222           quas geritis uestis,   ¨ sordida lana fuit.                  [ ]
 223         cum fieret,   lapis asper erat;   nunc nobile signum,          [ ]
 224             nuda Venus madidas   ¨ exprimit imbre comas.               [ ]
 225         tu quoque dum coleris,   nos te dormire putemus:               [ ]
 226                 aptius a summa   ¨ conspiciere manu.                   [ ]
 227              cur mihi nota tuo   causa est candoris in ore?            [ ]
 228          claude forem thalami:   ¨ quid rude prodis opus?              [ ]
 229            multa uiros   nescire decet;   pars maxima rerum            [ ]
 
  
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 230               offendat, si non   ¨ interiora tegas:                    [ ]
 231             aurea quae pendent   ornato signa theatro                  [ ]?
 232            inspice, contemnes:   ¨ brattea ligna tegit;                [ ]
 233        sed neque ad illa licet   populo, nisi facta, uenire,           [ ]
 234              nec nisi summotis   ¨ forma paranda uiris.                [ ]
 235               at non pectendos   coram praebere capillos,              [ ]
 236                ut iaceant fusi   ¨ per tua terga, ueto.                [ ]
 237                 illo praecipue   ne sis morosa caueto                  [ ]?
 238             tempore nec lapsas   ¨ saepe resolue comas;                [ ]
 239             tuta sit ornatrix:   odi, quae sauciat ora                 [ ]
 240              unguibus et rapta   ¨ bracchia figit acu;                 [ ]
 241            deuouet, et tangit,   dominae caput illa simulque           [ ]
 242              plorat in inuisas   ¨ sanguinolenta comas.                [ ]
 243         quae male crinita est,   custodem in limine ponat              [2]
 244                orneturue Bonae   ¨ semper in aede Deae.                [ ]
 245           dictus eram   subito cuidam   uenisse puellae:               [ ]
 246              turbida peruersas   ¨ induit illa comas.                  [ ]
 247               hostibus eueniat   tam foedi causa pudoris               [ ]
  
  
  
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 248            inque nurus Parthas   ¨ dedecus illud eat!                  [ ]
 249           turpe pecus mutilum,   turpis sine gramine campus            [ ]
 250          et sine fronde frutex   ¨ et sine crine caput.                [ ]
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 251             non mihi uenistis,   Semele Ledeue, docendae,              [1]
 252            perque fretum falso   ¨ Sidoni uecta boue                   [ ]
 253         aut Helene,   quam non stulte,   Menelae, reposcis,            [ ]
 254          tu quoque non stulte,   ¨ Troice raptor, habes;               [ ]
 255            turba docenda uenit   pulchrae turpesque puellae,           [ ]
 256           pluraque sunt semper   ¨ deteriora bonis.                    [ ]
 257              formosae   non artis opem   praeceptaque quaerunt;        [ ]
 258             est illis sua dos,   ¨ forma sine arte potens:             [ ]
 259       cum mare compositum est,   securus nauita cessat;                [ ]
 260            cum tumet, auxiliis   ¨ adsidet ille suis.                  [ ]
 261             rara tamen   menda facies   caret: occule mendas,          [ ]
 262           quaque potes, uitium   ¨ corporis abde tui.                  [ ]
 263          si breuis es, sedeas,   ne stans uideare sedere,              [ ]
 264               inque tuo iaceas   ¨ quantulacumque toro                 [ ]
 265       (hic quoque, ne   possit fieri   mensura cubantis,               [ ]
 
  
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 266                iniecta lateant   ¨ fac tibi ueste pedes);              [ ]
 267          quae nimium gracilis,   pleno uelamina filo                   [ ]?
 268            sumat, et ex umeris   ¨ laxus amictus eat;                  [ ]
 269              pallida purpureis   tangat sua corpora uirgis,            [ ]
 270              nigrior ad Pharii   ¨ confuge piscis opem;                [ ]
 271           pes malus in   niuea semper   celetur aluta,                 [ ]
 272              arida nec uinclis   ¨ crura resolue suis;                 [ ]
 273            conueniunt   tenues scapulis   analemptrides altis,         [ ]
 274                 angustum circa   ¨ fascia pectus eat;                  [ ]
 275                exiguo   signet gestu,   quodcumque loquetur,           [ ]
 276             cui digiti pingues   ¨ et scaber unguis erit;              [ ]
 277          cui grauis oris odor,   numquam ieiuna loquatur               [ ]
 278               et semper spatio   ¨ distet ab ore uiri;                 [ ]
 279            si niger aut ingens   aut non erit ordine natus             [ ]
 280             dens tibi, ridendo   ¨ maxima damna feres.                 [ ]
 281         quis credat?   discunt etiam   ridere puellae,                 [ ]
 282          quaeritur atque illis   ¨ hac quoque parte decor:             [ ]
 283             sint modici rictus   paruaeque utrimque lacunae,           [ ]
  
  
  
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 284               et summos dentes   ¨ ima labella tegant,                 [ ]
 285               nec sua perpetuo   contendant ilia risu,                 [ ]
 286            sed leue nescioquid   ¨ femineumque sonet.                  [ ]
 287             est, quae peruerso   distorqueat ora cachinno;             [ ]
 288             cum risu laeta est   ¨ altera, flere putes;                [ ]
 289              illa sonat raucum   quiddam atque inamabile: ridet,       [ ]
 290              ut rudit a scabra   ¨ turpis asella mola.                 [ ]
 291          quo non ars penetrat?   discunt lacrimare decenter            [ ]
 292          quoque uolunt plorant   ¨ tempore quoque modo.                [ ]
 293             quid, cum legitima   fraudatur littera uoce                [ ]
 294            blaesaque fit iusso   ¨ lingua coacta sono?                 [ ]
 295            in uitio decor est:   quaedam male reddere uerba            [ ]
 296          discunt, posse minus,   ¨ quam potuere, loqui.                [ ]
 297           omnibus his, quoniam   prosunt, inpendite curam;             [ ]
 298                discite femineo   ¨ corpora ferre gradu:                [ ]
 299              est et in incessu   pars non contempta decoris;           [ ]
 300                allicit ignotos   ¨ ille fugatque uiros.                [ ]
 301          haec mouet arte latus   tunicisque fluentibus auras           [ ]
 
  
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 302              accipit, extensos   ¨ fertque superba pedes;              [ ]
 303          illa, uelut   coniunx Vmbri   rubicunda mariti,               [ ]
 304               ambulat ingentis   ¨ uarica fertque gradus.              [ ]
 305         sed sit, ut in multis,   modus hic quoque: rusticus alter      [ ]
 306                motus, concesso   ¨ mollior alter erit.                 [ ]
 307           pars umeri   tamen ima tui,   pars summa lacerti             [ ]
 308              nuda sit, a laeua   ¨ conspicienda manu:                  [ ]
 309             hoc uos praecipue,   niueae, decet; hoc ubi uidi,          [ ]
 310            oscula ferre umero,   ¨ qua patet, usque libet.             [ ]
 311           monstra maris   Sirenes erant,   quae uoce canora            [2]
 312             quamlibet admissas   ¨ detinuere rates;                    [ ]
 313             his sua Sisyphides   auditis paene resoluit                [ ]
 314            corpora (nam sociis   ¨ inlita cera fuit).                  [ ]
 315          res est blanda canor:   discant cantare puellae               [ ]
 316              (pro facie multis   ¨ uox sua lena fuit)                  [ ]
 317              et modo marmoreis   referant audita theatris              [ ]
 318               et modo Niliacis   ¨ carmina lusa modis;                 [ ]
 319           nec plectrum dextra,   citharam tenuisse sinistra            [ ]
  
  
  
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 320               nesciat arbitrio   ¨ femina docta meo:                   [ ]
 321             saxa ferasque lyra   mouit Rhodopeius Orpheus              [1]
 322             Tartareosque lacus   ¨ tergeminumque canem;                [ ]
 323                saxa tuo cantu,   uindex iustissime matris,             [ ]
 324                 fecerunt muros   ¨ officiosa nouos;                    [ ]
 325            quamuis mutus erat,   uoci fauisse putatur                  [ ]?
 326               piscis Arioniae,   ¨ fabula nota, lyrae.                 [ ]
 327            disce etiam duplici   genialia nablia palma                 [ ]
 328            uerrere: conueniunt   ¨ dulcibus illa iocis.                [ ]
 329           sit tibi Callimachi,   sit Coi nota poetae,                  [ ]?
 330              sit quoque uinosi   ¨ Teia Musa senis;                    [1]
 331             nota sit et Sappho   (quid enim lasciuius illa?)           [ ]
 332              cuiue pater uafri   ¨ luditur arte Getae;                 [ ]
 333             et teneri   possis carmen   legisse Properti               [ ]
 334             siue aliquid Galli   ¨ siue, Tibulle, tuum                 [ ]
 335               dictaque Varroni   fuluis insignia uillis                [ ]
 336              uellera germanae,   ¨ Phrixe, querenda tuae               [ ]
 337            et profugum Aenean,   altae primordia Romae,                [ ]
 
  
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 338               quo nullum Latio   ¨ clarius extat opus;                 [ ]
 339            forsitan et nostrum   nomen miscebitur istis                [ ]
 340               nec mea Lethaeis   ¨ scripta dabuntur aquis              [ ]
 341            atque aliquis dicet   'nostri lege culta magistri           [ ]
 342           carmina, quis partes   ¨ instruit ille duas,                 [ ]
 343            deue tribus libris,   titulo quos signat AMORVM,            [ ]
 344             elige, quod docili   ¨ molliter ore legas,                 [ ]
 345             uel tibi composita   cantetur EPISTVLA uoce;               [ ]
 346              ignotum hoc aliis   ¨ ille nouauit opus.'                 [ ]
 347         o  ita, Phoebe, uelis,   ita uos, pia numina uatum,            [ ]
 348                 insignis cornu   ¨ Bacche nouemque deae!               [ ]
 349       quis dubitet,   quin scire uelim   saltare puellam,              [ ]
 350               ut moueat posito   ¨ bracchia iussa mero?                [ ]
 351             artifices lateris,   scaenae spectacula, amantur:          [ ]
 352               tantum mobilitas   ¨ illa decoris habet.                 [ ]
 353            parua monere pudet,   talorum dicere iactus                 [ ]
 354             ut sciat et uires,   ¨ tessera missa, tuas;                [ ]
 355          et modo tres   iactet numeros,   modo cogitet, apte           [ ]
  
  
  
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 356             quam subeat partem   ¨ callida quamque uocet,              [ ]
 357            cautaque non stulte   latronum proelia ludat,               [ ]
 358                unus cum gemino   ¨ calculus hoste perit                [ ]
 359                bellatorque sua   prensus sine compare bellat           [ ]
 360             aemulus et coeptum   ¨ saepe recurrit iter;                [ ]
 361              reticuloque pilae   leues fundantur aperto                [ ]
 362         nec, nisi quam tolles,   ¨ ulla mouenda pila est;              [ ]
 363         est genus in   totidem tenui   ratione redactum                [ ]
 364          scripula, quot menses   ¨ lubricus annus habet;               [ ]
 365            parua tabella capit   ternos utrimque lapillos,             [ ]
 366             in qua uicisse est   ¨ continuasse suos.                   [ ]
 367           mille facesse iocos;   turpe est nescire puellam             [ ]
 368                ludere: ludendo   ¨ saepe paratur amor.                 [ ]
 369          sed minimus labor est   sapienter iactibus uti;               [ ]
 370               maius opus mores   ¨ composuisse suos:                   [ ]
 371              tum sumus incauti   studioque aperimur in ipso            [ ]
 372              nudaque per lusus   ¨ pectora nostra patent;              [ ]
 373             ira subit,   deforme malum,   lucrique cupido              [ ]
 
  
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 374             iurgiaque et rixae   ¨ sollicitusque dolor;                [ ]
 375              crimina dicuntur,   resonat clamoribus aether,            [ ]
 376                 inuocat iratos   ¨ et sibi quisque deos.               [1]
 377           nulla fides tabulae:   quae non per uota petuntur?           [ ]
 378               et lacrimis uidi   ¨ saepe madere genas.                 [ ]
 379               Iuppiter a uobis   tam turpia crimina pellat,            [2]
 380             in quibus est ulli   ¨ cura placere uiro!                  [ ]
 381               hos ignaua iocos   tribuit natura puellis;               [ ]
 382                 materia ludunt   ¨ uberiore uiri:                      [ ]
 383           sunt illis   celeresque pilae   iaculumque trochique         [ ]
 384            armaque et in gyros   ¨ ire coactus equus;                  [ ]
 385           nec uos Campus habet   nec uos gelidissima Virgo             [ ]
 386             nec Tuscus placida   ¨ deuehit amnis aqua.                 [ ]
 387            at licet et prodest   Pompeias ire per umbras,              [ ]?
 388             Virginis aetheriis   ¨ cum caput ardet equis;              [ ]
 389               uisite laurigero   sacrata Palatia Phoebo                [ ]
 390              (ille Paraetonias   ¨ mersit in alta rates)               [ ]
 391        quaeque soror   coniunxque ducis   monimenta pararunt           [ ]
  
  
  
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 392                naualique gener   ¨ cinctus honore caput,               [2]
 393              uisite turicremas   uaccae Memphitidos aras,              [ ]
 394              uisite conspicuis   ¨ terna theatra locis;                [ ]
 395              spectentur tepido   maculosae sanguine harenae            [ ]
 396               metaque feruenti   ¨ circumeunda rota.                   [ ]
 397       quod latet, ignotum est;   ignoti nulla cupido:                  [ ]?
 398          fructus abest, facies   ¨ cum bona teste caret.               [ ]
 399         tu licet et   Thamyran superes   et Amoebea cantu,             [ ]
 400               non erit ignotae   ¨ gratia magna lyrae;                 [ ]
 401              si Venerem   Cous nusquam   posuisset Apelles,            [ ]
 402            mersa sub aequoreis   ¨ illa lateret aquis;                 [ ]
 403           quid petitur sacris,   nisi tantum fama, poetis?             [ ]
 404               hoc uotum nostri   ¨ summa laboris habet.                [ ]
 405            cura deum   fuerunt olim   regumque poetae,                 [ ]
 406             praemiaque antiqui   ¨ magna tulere chori,                 [ ]
 407             sanctaque maiestas   et erat uenerabile nomen              [ ]
 408             uatibus, et largae   ¨ saepe dabantur opes:                [ ]
 409                Ennius emeruit,   Calabris in montibus ortus,           [ ]
 
  
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 410                contiguus poni,   ¨ Scipio magne, tibi;                 [ ]
 411       nunc hederae   sine honore iacent   operataque doctis            [ ]
 412               cura uigil Musis   ¨ nomen inertis habet.                [ ]
 413             sed famae   uigilare iuuat:   quis nosset Homerum,         [ ]
 414                 Ilias aeternum   ¨ si latuisset opus?                  [ ]
 415            quis Danaen nosset,   si semper clusa fuisset               [ ]
 416                inque sua turri   ¨ perlatuisset anus?                  [ ]
 417              utilis est uobis,   formosae, turba, puellae;             [ ]
 418              saepe uagos ultra   ¨ limina ferte pedes.                 [ ]
 419           ad multas   lupa tendit oues,   praedetur ut unam,           [ ]
 420             et Iouis in multas   ¨ deuolat ales aues:                  [ ]
 421         se quoque det   populo mulier   speciosa uidendam;             [ ]
 422          quem trahat, e multis   ¨ forsitan unus erit;                 [ ]
 423             omnibus illa locis   maneat studiosa placendi              [ ]
 424                  et curam tota   ¨ mente decoris agat.                 [ ]
 425            casus ubique ualet:   semper tibi pendeat hamus;            [ ]
  
  
  
  
  
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 426              quo minime credis   ¨ gurgite, piscis erit;               [1]
 427            saepe canes frustra   nemorosis montibus errant             [ ]
 428             inque plagam nullo   ¨ ceruus agente uenit.                [ ]
 429          quid minus Andromedae   fuerat sperare reuinctae              [ ]
 430             quam lacrimas ulli   ¨ posse placere suas?                 [ ]
 431              funere saepe uiri   uir quaeritur: ire solutis            [ ]
 432             crinibus et fletus   ¨ non tenuisse decet.                 [ ]
 433               sed uitate uiros   cultum formamque professos            [1]
 434             quique suas ponunt   ¨ in statione comas:                  [ ]
 435             quae uobis dicunt,   dixerunt mille puellis;               [ ]
 436              errat et in nulla   ¨ sede moratur Amor.                  [ ]
 437            femina quid faciat,   cum sit uir leuior ipsa               [ ]
 438             forsitan et plures   ¨ possit habere uiros?                [ ]
 439             uix mihi credetis,   sed credite: Troia maneret,           [2]
 440              praeceptis Priami   ¨ si foret usa sui.                   [ ]
 441               sunt qui mendaci   specie grassentur amoris              [ ]?
 442            perque aditus talis   ¨ lucra pudenda petant.               [ ]
 443          nec coma uos   fallat liquido   nitidissima nardo             [ ]
 
  
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 444            nec breuis in rugas   ¨ lingula pressa suas,                [ ]
 445              nec toga decipiat   filo tenuissima, nec si               [ ]
 446              anulus in digitis   ¨ alter et alter erit:                [ ]
 447              forsitan ex horum   numero cultissimus ille               [ ]
 448              fur sit et uratur   ¨ uestis amore tuae;                  [1]
 449           'redde meum' clamant   spoliatae saepe puellae,              [ ]
 450              'redde meum' toto   ¨ uoce boante foro.                   [ ]
 451        has, Venus, e   templis multo   radiantibus auro                [ ]
 452              lenta uides lites   ¨ Appiadesque tuae.                   [ ]
 453        sunt quoque non   dubia quaedam   mala nomina fama:             [ ]
 454             deceptae, a, multi   ¨ crimen amantis habent.              [ ]
 455            discite ab alterius   uestris timuisse querelis,            [ ]
 456                  ianua fallaci   ¨ ne sit aperta uiro:                 [ ]
 457           parcite, Cecropides,   iuranti credere Theseo:               [ ]
 458            quos faciet testis,   ¨ fecit et ante deos:                 [ ]
 459             et tibi, Demophoon   Thesei criminis heres,                [ ]?
 460               Phyllide decepta   ¨ nulla relicta fides.                [ ]
 461            si bene promittent,   totidem promittite uerbis;            [ ]
  
  
  
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 462            si dederint, et uos   ¨ gaudia pacta date.                  [ ]
 463          illa potest   uigiles flammas   extinguere Vestae             [ ]
 464           et rapere e templis,   ¨ Inachi, sacra tuis                  [ ]
 465             et dare mixta uiro   tritis aconita cicutis,               [1]?
 466                accepto Venerem   ¨ munere si qua negat.                [ ]
 467            fert animus propius   consistere: supprime habenas,         [ ]
 468             Musa, nec admissis   ¨ excutiare rotis.                    [ ]
 469           uerba uadum temptent   abiegnis scripta tabellis:            [ ]
 470                accipiat missas   ¨ apta ministra notas.                [ ]
 471        inspice, quodque leges,   ex ipsis collige uerbis               [ ]
 472             fingat an ex animo   ¨ sollicitusque roget,                [ ]
 473        postque breuem   rescribe moram:   mora semper amantes          [ ]
 474               incitat, exiguum   ¨ si modo tempus habet.               [ ]
 475         sed neque te   facilem iuueni   promitte roganti               [1]
 476              nec tamen e duro,   ¨ quod petit ille, nega:              [1]
 477            fac timeat   speretque simul,   quotiensque remittes,       [ ]
 478           spesque magis ueniat   ¨ certa minorque metus.               [ ]
 479              munda sed e medio   consuetaque uerba, puellae,           [ ]
 
  
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 480             scribite: sermonis   ¨ publica forma placet.               [ ]
 481           a, quotiens   dubius scriptis   exarsit amator               [ ]
 482               et nocuit formae   ¨ barbara lingua bonae!               [ ]
 483         sed quoniam,   quamuis uittae   careatis honore,               [ ]
 484              est uobis uestros   ¨ fallere cura uiros,                 [ ]
 485               ancillae   pueriue manu   perarate tabellas,             [ ]
 486              pignora nec puero   ¨ credite uestra nouo:                [ ]
 487             uidi ego fallentis   isto terrore puellas                  [ ]
 488              seruitium miseras   ¨ tempus in omne pati                 [ ]
 489         (perfidus ille quidem,   qui talia pignora seruat,             [ ]
 490              sed tamen Aetnaei   ¨ fulminis instar habent).            [ ]
 491            iudice me fraus est   concessa repellere fraudem,           [ ]
 492             armaque in armatos   ¨ sumere iura sinunt.                 [ ]
 493              ducere consuescat   multas manus una figuras              [ ]
 494          (a, pereant, per quos   ¨ ista monenda mihi!),                [ ]
 495               nec nisi deletis   tutum rescribere ceris,               [2]
 496              ne teneat geminas   ¨ una tabella manus;                  [ ]
  
  
  
  
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 497                 femina dicatur   scribenti semper amator:              [2]
 498         'illa' sit in uestris,   ¨ qui fuit 'ille', notis.             [ ]
 499            si licet a   paruis animum ad   maiora referre              [ ]
 500               plenaque curuato   ¨ pandere uela sinu,                  [ ]
 501             pertinet ad faciem   rabidos compescere mores:             [ ]
 502           candida pax homines,   ¨ trux decet ira feras.               [ ]
 503                ora tument ira,   nigrescunt sanguine uenae,            [ ]
 504                lumina Gorgoneo   ¨ saeuius igne micant.                [ ]
 505         'i procul hinc,' dixit   'non es mihi, tibia, tanti',          [ ]
 506                ut uidit uultus   ¨ Pallas in amne suos:                [ ]
 507          uos quoque si   media speculum   spectetis in ira,            [ ]
 508               cognoscat faciem   ¨ uix satis ulla suam.                [ ]
 509             nec minus in uultu   damnosa superbia uestro:              [ ]
 510             comibus est oculis   ¨ alliciendus Amor.                   [ ]
 511               odimus inmodicos   (experto credite) fastus:             [ ]
 512              saepe tacens odii   ¨ semina uultus habet.                [ ]
 513             spectantem specta;   ridenti mollia ride;                  [ ]
 514               innuet: acceptas   ¨ tu quoque redde notas.              [ ]
 
  
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 515              sic ubi prolusit,   rudibus puer ille relictis            [2]
 516           spicula de pharetra,   ¨ promit acuta sua.                   [ ]?
 517             odimus et maestas;   Tecmessam diligat Aiax,               [ ]
 518          nos, hilarem populum,   ¨ femina laeta capit.                 [ ]
 519    numquam ego te, Andromache,   nec te, Tecmessa, rogarem,            [ ]
 520                ut mea de uobis   ¨ altera amica foret;                 [ ]
 521            credere uix uideor,   cum cogar credere partu,              [ ]
 522            uos ego cum uestris   ¨ concubuisse uiris.                  [ ]
 523                 scilicet Aiaci   mulier maestissima dixit              [2]?
 524       'lux mea' quaeque solent   ¨ uerba iuuare uiros!                 [ ]
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 525            quis uetat a magnis   ad res exempla minores                [ ]
 526               sumere nec nomen   ¨ pertimuisse ducis?                  [ ]
 527          dux bonus huic centum   commisit uite regendos,               [ ]
 528             huic equites, illi   ¨ signa tuenda dedit:                 [ ]
 529           uos quoque, de nobis   quem quisque erit aptus ad usum,      [2]
 530             inspicite et certo   ¨ ponite quemque loco.                [ ]
 531              munera det diues;   ius qui profitebitur, adsit;          [ ]
 532                facundus causam   ¨ nempe clientis agat.                [ ]
  
  
  
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 533           carmina qui facimus,   mittamus carmina tantum:              [ ]
 534          hic chorus ante alios   ¨ aptus amare sumus.                  [ ]
 535         nos facimus   placitae late   praeconia formae:                [ ]
 536           nomen habet Nemesis,   ¨ Cynthia nomen habet,                [ ]
 537                 Vesper et Eoae   nouere Lycorida terrae,               [u]
 538             et multi, quae sit   ¨ nostra Corinna, rogant.             [ ]
 539            adde, quod insidiae   sacris a uatibus absunt               [ ]?
 540              et facit ad mores   ¨ ars quoque nostra suos:             [ ]
 541                nec nos ambitio   nec amor nos tangit habendi;          [ ]
 542              contempto colitur   ¨ lectus et umbra foro;               [ ]
 543            sed facile haeremus   ualidoque perurimur aestu             [ ]
 544                et nimium certa   ¨ scimus amare fide.                  [ ]
 545              scilicet ingenium   placida mollitur ab arte              [ ]
 546                et studio mores   ¨ conuenienter eunt.                  [ ]
 547                 uatibus Aoniis   faciles estote, puellae:              [ ]
 548              numen inest illis   ¨ Pieridesque fauent.                 [ ]
 549              est deus in nobis   et sunt commercia caeli;              [ ]
 550              sedibus aetheriis   ¨ spiritus ille uenit.                [ ]
 
  
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 551             a doctis   pretium scelus est   sperare poetis;            [ ]
 552         me miserum, scelus hoc   ¨ nulla puella timet.                 [ ]
 553             dissimulate tamen,   nec prima fronte rapaces              [ ]?
 554               este: nouus uiso   ¨ casse resistet amans.               [ ]
 555        sed neque uector equum,   qui nuper sensit habenas,             [ ]
 556              comparibus frenis   ¨ artificemque reget,                 [ ]
 557         nec, stabilis   animos annis   uiridemque iuuentam             [ ]
 558                ut capias, idem   ¨ limes agendus erit:                 [ ]
 559           hic rudis et castris   nunc primum notus Amoris,             [ ]
 560           qui tetigit thalamos   ¨ praeda nouella tuos,                [ ]
 561                te solam norit,   tibi semper inhaereat uni;            [ ]
 562             cingenda est altis   ¨ saepibus ista seges.                [ ]
 563                effuge riualem:   uinces, dum sola tenebis;             [2]
 564            non bene cum sociis   ¨ regna Venusque manent.              [ ]
 565             ille uetus   miles sensim et   sapienter amabit            [ ]
 566                multaque tironi   ¨ non patienda feret;                 [1]
 567             nec franget postes   nec saeuis ignibus uret               [ ]
 568            nec dominae teneras   ¨ adpetet ungue genas                 [ ]
  
  
  
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 569          nec scindet   tunicasue suas   tunicasue puellae              [ ]
 570              nec raptus flendi   ¨ causa capillus erit.                [ ]
 571             ista decent pueros   aetate et amore calentes;             [ ]
 572             hic fera composita   ¨ uulnera mente feret.                [ ]
 573             ignibus heu lentis   uretur, ut umida faena,               [2]?
 574               ut modo montanis   ¨ silua recisa iugis.                 [ ]
 575          certior hic amor est,   grauis et fecundior ille:             [ ]
 576           quae fugiunt, celeri   ¨ carpite poma manu.                  [ ]
 577                omnia tradantur   (portas reserauimus hosti)            [ ]
 578               et sit in infida   ¨ proditione fides.                   [ ]
 579          quod datur ex facili,   longum male nutrit amorem:            [ ]
 580            miscenda est laetis   ¨ rara repulsa iocis.                 [ ]
 581             ante fores iaceat,   'crudelis ianua' dicat                [ ]
 582             multaque summisse,   ¨ multa minanter agat.                [ ]
 583            dulcia non ferimus;   suco renouemur amaro:                 [1]
 584             saepe perit uentis   ¨ obruta cumba suis.                  [ ]
 585                hoc est, uxores   quod non patiatur amari:              [ ]
 586              conueniunt illas,   ¨ cum uoluere, uiri.                  [ ]
 
  
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 587          adde forem, et   duro dicat   tibi ianitor ore                [ ]?
 588          'non potes', exclusum   ¨ te quoque tanget amor.              [ ]
 589             ponite iam gladios   hebetes, pugnetur acutis;             [ ]
 590              nec dubito, telis   ¨ quin petar ipse meis.               [1]
 591          dum cadit in laqueos,   captus quoque nuper, amator           [ ]
 592              solum se thalamos   ¨ speret habere tuos;                 [ ]
 593               postmodo riualem   partitaque foedera lecti              [2]
 594             sentiat: has artes   ¨ tolle, senescit amor.               [ ]
 595          tum bene fortis equus   reserato carcere currit,              [2]
 596           cum, quos praetereat   ¨ quosque sequatur, habet.            [ ]
 597            quamlibet extinctos   iniuria suscitat ignes:               [ ]
 598             en ego, confiteor,   ¨ non nisi laesus amo.                [ ]
 599           causa tamen   nimium non sit   manifesta doloris,            [ ]
 600           pluraque sollicitus,   ¨ quam sciet, esse putet.             [ ]
 601               incitat et ficti   tristis custodia serui                [ ]
 602                 et nimium duri   ¨ cura molesta uiri:                  [ ]
 603            quae uenit ex tuto,   minus est accepta uoluptas;           [ ]?
 604                ut sis liberior   ¨ Thaide, finge metus.                [ ]
  
  
  
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 605           cum melius   foribus possis,   admitte fenestra              [ ]
 606                inque tuo uultu   ¨ signa timentis habe;                [ ]
 607              callida prosiliat   dicatque ancilla 'perimus';           [ ]
 608            tu iuuenem trepidum   ¨ quolibet abde loco.                 [ ]
 609               admiscenda tamen   Venus est secura timori,              [ ]
 610                ne tanti noctes   ¨ non putet esse tuas.                [ ]
 611                qua uafer eludi   possit ratione maritus                [2]?
 612           quaque uigil custos,   ¨ praeteriturus eram.                 [ ]
 613            nupta uirum timeat,   rata sit custodia nuptae:             [ ]
 614           hoc decet, hoc leges   ¨ duxque pudorque iubent.             [ ]
 615             te quoque seruari,   modo quam uindicta redemit,           [ ]?
 616         quis ferat? ut fallas,   ¨ ad mea sacra ueni.                  [ ]
 617           tot licet obseruent,   adsit modo certa uoluntas,            [ ]
 618              quot fuerant Argo   ¨ lumina, uerba dabis.                [ ]
 619              scilicet obstabit   custos ne scribere possis,            [ ]
 620                 sumendae detur   ¨ cum tibi tempus aquae,              [ ]
 621             conscia cum possit   scriptas portare tabellas,            [ ]
 622           quas tegat in tepido   ¨ fascia lata sinu.                   [ ]
 
  
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 623              cum possit   sura chartas   celare ligatas                [ ]?
 624              et uincto blandas   ¨ sub pede ferre notas!               [ ]
 625           cauerit haec custos,   pro charta conscia tergum             [ ]
 626             praebeat inque suo   ¨ corpore uerba ferat.                [ ]
 627       tuta quoque est   fallitque oculos   e lacte recenti             [1]
 628              littera (carbonis   ¨ puluere tange: leges),              [ ]
 629              fallet et umiduli   quae fiet acumine lini,               [ ]
 630              et feret occultas   ¨ pura tabella notas.                 [ ]
 631                 adfuit Acrisio   seruandae cura puellae;               [ ]
 632            hunc tamen illa suo   ¨ crimine fecit auum.                 [ ]
 633            quid faciat custos,   cum sint tot in Vrbe theatra,         [ ]
 634            cum spectet iunctos   ¨ illa libenter equos;                [ ]
 635           cum sedeat   Phariae sistris   operata iuuencae,             [ ]
 636             quoque sui comites   ¨ ire uetantur, eat;                  [ ]
 637          cum fuget a   templis oculos   Bona Diua uirorum,             [ ]
 638            praeterquam si quos   ¨ illa uenire iubet;                  [ ]
 639              cum custode foris   tunicas seruante puellae              [ ]
 640                celent furtiuos   ¨ balnea multa iocos;                 [ ]
  
  
  
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 641        cum, quotiens opus est,   fallax aegrotet amica                 [ ]
 642                 et cedat lecto   ¨ quamlibet aegra suo;                [ ]
 643             nomine cum doceat,   quid agamus, adultera clauis,         [ ]
 644         quasque petas, non det   ¨ ianua sola uias?                    [ ]
 645              fallitur et multo   custodis cura Lyaeo,                  [ ]
 646               illa uel Hispano   ¨ lecta sit uua iugo;                 [ ]
 647     sunt quoque quae   faciant altos   medicamina somnos               [ ]
 648               uictaque Lethaea   ¨ lumina nocte premant.               [ ]
 649              nec male deliciis   odiosum conscia tardis                [ ]
 650               detinet et longa   ¨ iungitur ipsa mora.                 [ ]
 651             quid iuuat ambages   praeceptaque parua mouere,            [ ]
 652              cum minimo custos   ¨ munere possit emi?                  [ ]
 653            munera, crede mihi,   capiunt hominesque deosque:           [ ]
 654                 placatur donis   ¨ Iuppiter ipse datis.                [ ]
 655           quid sapiens faciet?   stultus quoque munere gaudet:         [ ]
 656            ipse quoque accepto   ¨ munere mutus erit.                  [ ]?
 657         sed semel est   custos longum   redimendus in aeuum;           [ ]
 658           saepe dabit, dederit   ¨ quas semel, ille manus.             [ ]
 
  
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 659          questus eram, memini,   metuendos esse sodales;               [ ]
 660               non tangit solos   ¨ ista querela uiros.                 [ ]
 661             credula si fueris,   aliae tua gaudia carpent              [ ]
 662             et lepus hic aliis   ¨ exagitatus erit:                    [ ]?
 663    haec quoque, quae   praebet lectum   studiosa locumque,             [ ]
 664              crede mihi, mecum   ¨ non semel illa fuit.                [1]
 665               nec nimium uobis   formosa ancilla ministret:            [ ]
 666            saepe uicem dominae   ¨ praebuit illa mihi.                 [ ]
 667             quo feror insanus?   quid aperto pectore in hostem         [ ]
 668              mittor et indicio   ¨ prodor ab ipse meo?                 [ ]
 669             non auis aucupibus   monstrat, qua parte petatur,          [ ]
 670             non docet infestos   ¨ currere cerua canes.                [ ]
 671              uiderit utilitas;   ego coepta fideliter edam:            [ ]
 672              Lemniasin gladios   ¨ in mea fata dabo.                   [ ]?
 673       efficite (et facile est)   ut nos credamus amari:                [ ]
 674            prona uenit cupidis   ¨ in sua uota fides.                  [ ]?
 675              spectet amabilius   iuuenem et suspiret ab imo            [ ]
 676               femina, tam sero   ¨ cur ueniatque roget;                [ ]
  
  
  
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 677             accedant lacrimae,   dolor et de paelice fictus,           [ ]
 678              et laniet digitis   ¨ illius ora suis.                    [ ]?
 679              iamdudum   persuasus erit;   miserebitur ultro            [ ]
 680                 et dicet 'cura   ¨ carpitur ista mei.'                 [ ]
 681             praecipue   si cultus erit   speculoque placebit,          [ ]?
 682                posse suo tangi   ¨ credet amore deas.                  [ ]
 683        sed te, quaecumque est,   moderate iniuria turbet,              [ ]
 684                 nec sis audita   ¨ paelice mentis inops,               [ ]
 685           nec cito credideris:   quantum cito credere laedat,          [ ]
 686                 exemplum uobis   ¨ non leue Procris erit.              [ ]
 687            est prope purpureos   collis florentis Hymetti              [ ]
 688           fons sacer et uiridi   ¨ caespite mollis humus;              [ ]
 689           silua nemus   non alta facit;   tegit arbutus herbam;        [ ]
 690             ros maris et lauri   ¨ nigraque myrtus olent;              [ ]
 691            nec densum   foliis buxum   fragilesque myricae             [ ]
 692              nec tenues cytisi   ¨ cultaque pinus abest.               [ ]
 693               lenibus inpulsae   Zephyris auraque salubri              [ ]
 694            tot generum frondes   ¨ herbaque summa tremit.              [ ]
 
  
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 695           grata quies Cephalo:   famulis canibusque relictis           [ ]
 696          lassus in hac iuuenis   ¨ saepe resedit humo                  [ ]
 697      'quae'que 'meos   releues aestus,'   cantare solebat              [ ]
 698              'accipienda sinu,   ¨ mobilis aura, ueni.'                [ ]
 699            coniugis ad timidas   aliquis male sedulus aures            [ ]
 700                 auditos memori   ¨ rettulit ore sonos.                 [ ]
 701            Procris, ut accepit   nomen, quasi paelicis, Aurae,         [ ]
 702              excidit et subito   ¨ muta dolore fuit;                   [ ]
 703              palluit, ut serae   lectis de uite racemis                [ ]
 704            pallescunt frondes,   ¨ quas noua laesit hiems,             [ ]
 705           quaeque suos curuant   matura Cydonia ramos                  [2]
 706         cornaque adhuc nostris   ¨ non satis apta cibis.               [ ]
 707              ut rediit animus,   tenues a pectore uestes               [ ]
 708             rumpit et indignas   ¨ sauciat ungue genas;                [ ]
 709         nec mora, per   medias passis   furibunda capillis             [ ]
 710              euolat, ut thyrso   ¨ concita Baccha, uias.               [ ]
 711            ut prope peruentum,   comites in ualle relinquit,           [ ]
 712              ipsa nemus tacito   ¨ clam pede fortis init.              [ ]
  
  
  
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 713         quid tibi mentis erat,   cum sic, male sana, lateres,          [ ]
 714          Procri? quis adtoniti   ¨ pectoris ardor erat?                [ ]
 715               iamiam uenturam,   quaecumque erat Aura, putabas         [ ]
 716          scilicet atque oculis   ¨ probra uidenda tuis!                [ ]
 717             nunc uenisse piget   (neque enim deprendere uelles),       [ ]
 718           nunc iuuat: incertus   ¨ pectora uersat amor:                [ ]
 719          credere quae iubeant,   locus est et nomen et index           [ ]
 720           et quia mens semper,   ¨ quod timet, esse putat;             [ ]
 721              uidit ut oppressa   uestigia corporis herba,              [ ]
 722              pulsantur trepidi   ¨ corde micante sinus.                [ ]
 723           iamque dies   medius tenues   contraxerat umbras,            [ ]
 724              inque pari spatio   ¨ uesper et ortus erant:              [ ]
 725         ecce, redit   Cephalus siluis,   Cyllenia proles,              [ ]
 726                 oraque fontana   ¨ feruida pulsat aqua.                [ ]
 727           anxia, Procri lates;   solitas iacet ille per herbas         [ ]
 728             et 'Zephyri molles   ¨ auraque,' dixit 'ades.'             [ ]
 
  
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 729              ut patuit miserae   iucundus nominis error,               [ ]
 730              et mens et rediit   ¨ uerus in ora color;                 [ ]
 731            surgit et oppositas   agitato corpore frondes               [2]?
 732              mouit in amplexus   ¨ uxor itura uiri;                    [ ]
 733             ille feram   uidisse ratus   iuuenaliter artus             [ ]
 734            corripit: in dextra   ¨ tela fuere manu -                   [ ]
 735           quid facis, infelix?   non est fera: supprime tela -         [ ]
 736             me miserum, iaculo   ¨ fixa puella tuo est.                [ ]
 737           'ei mihi,' conclamat   'fixisti pectus amicum:               [ ]
 738            hic locus a Cephalo   ¨ uulnera semper habet.               [ ]
 739              ante diem morior,   sed nulla paelice laesa:              [ ]
 740             hoc faciet positae   ¨ te mihi, terra, leuem.              [ ]
 741               nomine suspectas   iam spiritus exit in auras;           [ ]
 742                labor, io: cara   ¨ lumina conde manu.'                 [ ]
 743              ille sinu dominae   morientia corpora maesto              [ ]
 744           sustinet et lacrimis   ¨ uulnera saeua lauat;                [ ]
 745                exit et incauto   paulatim pectore lapsus               [ ]
 746               excipitur miseri   ¨ spiritus ore uiri.                  [ ]
  
  
  
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 747            sed repetamus opus:   mihi nudis rebus eundum est,          [ ]
 748               ut tangat portus   ¨ fessa carina suos.                  [ ]
 749            sollicite expectas,   dum te in conuiuia ducam,             [ ]
 750             et quaeris monitus   ¨ hac quoque parte meos.              [ ]
 751             sera ueni   positaque decens   incede lucerna:             [ ]
 752             grata mora uenies,   ¨ maxima lena mora est;               [ ]
 753              etsi turpis eris,   formosa uidebere potis,               [ ]
 754             et latebras uitiis   ¨ nox dabit ipsa tuis.                [ ]
 755            carpe cibos digitis   (est quiddam gestus edendi),          [ ]
 756                ora nec immunda   ¨ tota perungue manu;                 [ ]
 757             neue domi   praesume dapes,   sed desine citra             [ ]
 758          quam capis: es paulo,   ¨ quam potes esse, minus.             [ ]
 759            Priamides   Helenen auide   si spectet edentem,             [1]?
 760                oderit et dicat   ¨ 'stulta rapina mea est.'            [ ]
 761              aptius est deceat  -que magis potare puellas:             [ ]
 762              cum Veneris puero   ¨ non male, Bacche, facis.            [ ]
 763      hoc quoque, qua   patiens caput est   animusque pedesque          [ ]
 764       constant, nec, quae sunt   ¨ singula, bina uide.                 [ ]
 
  
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 765          turpe iacens   mulier multo   madefacta Lyaeo:                [ ]
 766           digna est concubitus   ¨ quoslibet illa pati.                [ ]
 767            nec somnis   posita tutum   succumbere mensa:               [1]
 768               per somnos fieri   ¨ multa pudenda solent.               [ ]
 769                ulteriora pudet   docuisse, sed alma Dione              [ ]
 770        'praecipue nostrum est,   ¨ quod pudet,' inquit 'opus.'         [ ]
 771           nota sibi   sit quaeque; modos   a corpore certos            [1]
 772              sumite: non omnes   ¨ una figura decet.                   [ ]
 773           quae facie   praesignis erit,   resupina iaceto;             [ ]
 774              spectentur tergo,   ¨ quis sua terga placent.             [ ]
 775                Milanion umeris   Atalantes crura ferebat:              [ ]
 776         si bona sunt, hoc sunt   ¨ aspicienda modo.                    [ ]
 777            parua uehatur equo:   quod erat longissima, numquam         [ ]
 778               Thebais Hectoreo   ¨ nupta resedit equo.                 [ ]
 779        strata premat   genibus paulum   ceruice reflexa                [ ]
 780              femina per longum   ¨ conspicienda latus.                 [ ]
 781         cui femur est   iuuenale, carent   quoque pectora menda,       [ ]
  
  
  
  
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 782           stet uir, in obliquo   ¨ fusa sit ipsa toro.                 [ ]
 783            nec tibi turpe puta   crinem, ut Phylleia mater,            [ ]?
 784            soluere, et effusis   ¨ colla reflecte comis.               [ ]
 785         tu quoque, cui   rugis uterum   Lucina notauit,                [1]
 786               ut celer auersis   ¨ utere Parthus equis.                [ ]
 787            mille ioci Veneris;   simplex minimique laboris,            [ ]
 788           cum iacet in dextrum   ¨ semisupina latus.                   [ ]
 789              sed neque Phoebei   tripodes nec corniger Ammon           [ ]?
 790               uera magis uobis   ¨ quam mea Musa canet;                [ ]
 791            si qua fides, arti,   quam longo fecimus usu,               [ ]
 792           credite: praestabunt   ¨ carmina nostra fidem.               [ ]
 793                sentiat ex imis   Venerem resoluta medullis             [ ]
 794            femina, et ex aequo   ¨ res iuuet illa duos.                [ ]
 795              nec blandae uoces   iucundaque murmura cessent            [ ]
 796             nec taceant mediis   ¨ improba uerba iocis.                [ ]
 797       tu quoque, cui   Veneris sensum   natura negauit,                [ ]
 798                 dulcia mendaci   ¨ gaudia finge sono.                  [ ]
 799            (infelix,   cui torpet hebes   locus ille, puella,          [ ]
 
  
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 800             quo pariter debent   ¨ femina uirque frui.)                [ ]
 801            tantum, cum finges,   ne sis manifesta, caueto:             [ ]
 802               effice per motum   ¨ luminaque ipsa fidem.               [ ]
 803           quid iuuet, et uoces   et anhelitus arguat oris;             [1]
 804               a pudet! arcanas   ¨ pars habet ista notas.              [ ]
 805            gaudia post Veneris   quae poscet munus amantem,            [ ]
 806                illa suas nolet   ¨ pondus habere preces.               [ ]
 807        nec lucem in   thalamos totis   admitte fenestris:              [ ]
 808               aptius in uestro   ¨ corpore multa latent.               [ ]
 809             Lusus habet finem:   cycnis descendere tempus,             [ ]
 810                 duxerunt collo   ¨ qui iuga nostra suo.                [ ]
 811          ut quondam   iuuenes, ita nunc,   mea turba, puellae          [ ]
 812             inscribant spoliis   ¨ NASO MAGISTER ERAT.                 [ ]
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   1             Legerat huius Amor   titulum nomenque libelli:             [ ]
   2            'bella mihi, uideo,   ¨ bella parantur' ait.                [ ]
   3            'parce tuum   uatem sceleris   damnare, Cupido,             [ ]
   4             tradita qui toties   ¨ te duce signa tuli.                 [ ]
   5               non ego Tydides,   a quo tua saucia mater                [2]?
   6             in liquidum rediit   ¨ aethera Martis equis.               [ ]
   7            saepe tepent   alii iuuenes;   ego semper amaui,            [ ]
   8             et si, quid faciam   ¨ nunc quoque, quaeris, amo.          [ ]
   9               quin etiam docui   qua possis arte parari,               [ ]?
  10       et, quod nunc ratio est,   ¨ inpetus ante fuit.                  [ ]
  11           nec te, blande puer,   nec nostras prodimus artes,           [ ]
  12           nec noua praeteritum   ¨ Musa retexit opus.                  [ ]
  13        si quis amat   quod amare iuuat,   feliciter ardens             [ ]
  14               gaudeat et uento   ¨ nauiget ille suo;                   [ ]
  15           at si quis male fert   indignae regna puellae,               [ ]
  16             ne pereat, nostrae   ¨ sentiat artis opem.                 [ ]
  17           cur aliquis   laqueo collum   nodatus amator                 [ ]
 
  
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  18                a trabe sublimi   ¨ triste pependit onus?               [ ]
  19           cur aliquis   rigido fodit   sua pectora ferro?              [1]
  20                inuidiam caedis   ¨ pacis amator habes.                 [ ]
  21            qui, nisi desierit,   misero periturus amore est,           [ ]
  22              desinat, et nulli   ¨ funeris auctor eris.                [ ]
  23           et puer es,   nec te quicquam   nisi ludere oportet:         [ ]
  24             lude; decent annos   ¨ mollia regna tuos.                  [ ]
  25              nam poteras   uti nudis   ad bella sagittis,              [2]?
  26              sed tua mortifero   ¨ sanguine tela carent.               [ ]
  27            uitricus et gladiis   et acuta dimicet hasta                [2]?
  28                et uictor multa   ¨ caede cruentus eat;                 [ ]
  29              tu cole maternas,   tuto quibus utimur, artes             [1]
  30                et quarum uitio   ¨ nulla fit orba parens:              [ ]
  31               effice, nocturna   frangatur ianua rixa                  [ ]
  32               et tegat ornatas   ¨ multa corona fores;                 [ ]
  33            fac coeant   furtim iuuenes   timidaeque puellae            [ ]
  34            uerbaque dent cauto   ¨ qualibet arte uiro,                 [ ]
  35             et modo blanditias   rigido, modo iurgia, posti            [ ]
  
  
  
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  36              dicat et exclusus   ¨ flebile cantet amans.               [ ]
  37          his lacrimis   contentus eris   sine crimine mortis:          [ ]
  38             non tua fax auidos   ¨ digna subire rogos.'                [ ]
  39           haec ego: mouit Amor   gemmatas aureus alas                  [ ]?
  40            et mihi 'propositum   ¨ perfice' dixit 'opus.'              [ ]
  41                Ad mea, decepti   iuuenes, praecepta uenite,            [ ]
  42              quos suus ex omni   ¨ parte fefellit amor.                [ ]
  43                 discite sanari   per quem didicistis amare;            [2]?
  44                una manus uobis   ¨ uulnus opemque feret.               [ ]
  45                terra salutares   herbas eademque nocentes              [2]?
  46             nutrit, et urticae   ¨ proxima saepe rosa est;             [ ]
  47             uulnus in Herculeo   quae quondam fecerat hoste,           [ ]
  48              uulneris auxilium   ¨ Pelias hasta tulit.                 [ ]
  49        (sed, quaecumque uiris,   uobis quoque dicta, puellae,          [ ]
  50              credite: diuersis   ¨ partibus arma damus.                [ ]
  51            e quibus ad uestros   si quid non pertinet usus,            [ ]
  52               at tamen exemplo   ¨ multa docere potest.)               [ ]
  53           utile propositum est   saeuas extinguere flammas             [ ]
 
  
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  54               nec seruum uitii   ¨ pectus habere sui.                  [ ]
  55              uixisset Phyllis,   si me foret usa magistro,             [1]
  56            et per quod nouies,   ¨ saepius isset iter.                 [ ]
  57             nec moriens   Dido summa   uidisset ab arce                [ ]?
  58                Dardanias uento   ¨ uela dedisse rates,                 [ ]
  59             nec dolor armasset   contra sua uiscera matrem,            [ ]
  60               quae socii damno   ¨ sanguinis ulta uirum est.           [ ]
  61               arte mea Tereus,   quamuis Philomela placeret,           [ ]
  62              per facinus fieri   ¨ non meruisset auis.                 [ ]
  63             da mihi Pasiphaen,   iam tauri ponet amorem;               [ ]
  64          da Phaedram, Phaedrae   ¨ turpis abibit amor.                 [ ]
  65             redde Parin nobis,   Helenen Menelaus habebit              [1]
  66             nec manibus Danais   ¨ Pergama uicta cadent.               [ ]
  67               impia si nostros   legisset Scylla libellos,             [ ]
  68               haesisset capiti   ¨ purpura, Nise, tuo.                 [ ]
  69              me duce damnosas,   homines, conpescite curas,            [ ]?
  70            rectaque cum sociis   ¨ me duce nauis eat.                  [ ]
  71             Naso legendus erat   tum cum didicistis amare;             [ ]
  
  
  
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  72                idem nunc uobis   ¨ Naso legendus erit.                 [ ]
  73              publicus assertor   dominis suppressa leuabo              [ ]
  74             pectora: uindictae   ¨ quisque fauere suae.                [ ]
  75           te precor incipiens;   adsit tua laurea nobis,               [ ]
  76            carminis et medicae   ¨ Phoebe repertor opis;               [ ]
  77               tu pariter uati,   pariter succurre medenti:             [1]
  78                utraque tutelae   ¨ subdita cura tuae est.              [1]
  79          Dum licet et   modici tangunt   praecordia motus,             [ ]
  80             si piget, in primo   ¨ limine siste pedem:                 [ ]
  81        opprime, dum noua sunt,   subiti mala semina morbi              [ ]
  82              et tuus incipiens   ¨ ire resistat equus.                 [ ]
  83            nam mora dat uires:   teneras mora percoquit uuas           [ ]
  84            et ualidas segetes,   ¨ quae fuit herba, facit.             [ ]
  85           quae praebet   latas arbor   spatiantibus umbras,            [ ]?
  86          quo posita est primum   ¨ tempore, uirga fuit;                [ ]
  87          tum poterat   manibus summa   tellure reuelli;                [ ]
  88          nunc stat in inmensum   ¨ uiribus aucta suis.                 [ ]
  89        quale sit id quod amas,   celeri circumspice mente,             [ ]
 
  
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  90                 et tua laesuro   ¨ subtrahe colla iugo.                [ ]
  91              principiis obsta:   sero medicina paratur,                [1]?
  92            cum mala per longas   ¨ conualuere moras.                   [ ]
  93             sed propera nec te   uenturas differ in horas:             [ ]
  94             qui non est hodie,   ¨ cras minus aptus erit.              [ ]
  95           uerba dat omnis amor   reperitque alimenta morando;          [ ]
  96               optima uindictae   ¨ proxima quaeque dies.               [ ]
  97            flumina pauca uides   de magnis fontibus orta;              [ ]
  98              plurima collectis   ¨ multiplicantur aquis.               [ ]
  99              si cito sensisses   quantum peccare parares,              [ ]
 100             non tegeres uultus   ¨ cortice, Myrrha, tuos.              [ ]
 101        uidi ego, quod   fuerat primo   sanabile, uulnus                [ ]?
 102                 dilatum longae   ¨ damna tulisse morae.                [ ]
 103             sed, quia delectat   Veneris decerpere fructum,            [ ]
 104                dicimus adsidue   ¨ 'cras quoque fiet idem.'            [ ]
 105              interea   tacitae serpunt   in uiscera flammae            [ ]
  
  
  
  
  
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 106                et mala radices   ¨ altius arbor agit.                  [1]
 107               si tamen auxilii   perierunt tempora primi               [ ]
 108              et uetus in capto   ¨ pectore sedit amor,                 [ ]
 109           maius opus superest;   sed non, quia serior aegro            [ ]
 110             aduocor, ille mihi   ¨ destituendus erit.                  [ ]
 111            quam laesus fuerat,   partem Poeantius heros                [ ]
 112                 certa debuerat   ¨ praesecuisse manu;                  [ ]
 113          post tamen hic multos   sanatus creditur annos                [ ]
 114                supremam bellis   ¨ imposuisse manum.                   [ ]
 115             qui modo nascentis   properabam pellere morbos,            [ ]
 116                 admoueo tardam   ¨ nunc tibi lentus opem.              [ ]
 117           aut noua, si possis,   sedare incendia temptes               [ ]
 118              aut ubi per uires   ¨ procubuere suas.                    [ ]
 119        dum furor in cursu est,   currenti cede furori:                 [ ]
 120              difficiles aditus   ¨ impetus omnis habet.                [ ]
 121           stultus, ab obliquo,   qui, cum descendere possit,           [ ]?
 122             pugnat in aduersas   ¨ ire natator aquas.                  [ ]
 123             impatiens   animus nec adhuc   tractabilis arte            [ ]
 
  
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 124             respuit atque odio   ¨ uerba monentis habet.               [ ]
 125             adgrediar   melius tum cum   sua uulnera tangi             [ ]
 126             iam sinet et ueris   ¨ uocibus aptus erit.                 [ ]
 127        quis matrem,   nisi mentis inops,   in funere nati              [ ]
 128           flere uetet? non hoc   ¨ illa monenda loco est;              [ ]
 129           cum dederit lacrimas   animumque impleuerit aegrum,          [ ]
 130              ille dolor uerbis   ¨ emoderandus erit.                   [ ]
 131          temporis ars   medicina fere est:   data tempore prosunt      [ ]!
 132               et data non apto   ¨ tempore uina nocent.                [ ]
 133            quin etiam accendas   uitia inritesque uetando,             [ ]
 134              temporibus si non   ¨ adgrediare suis.                    [ ]
 135            ergo ubi uisus eris   nostrae medicabilis arti,             [ ]
 136             fac monitis fugias   ¨ otia prima meis.                    [ ]
 137          haec ut ames faciunt;   haec, ut fecere, tuentur;             [ ]
 138              haec sunt iucundi   ¨ causa cibusque mali.                [ ]
 139                otia si tollas,   periere Cupidinis arcus               [ ]
 140           contemptaeque iacent   ¨ et sine luce faces.                 [ ]
 141           quam platanus   uino gaudet,   quam populus unda             [ ]
  
  
  
  
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