The Carmina

The Carmina

by Caius Valerius Catullus
     
 

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Classic love poetry translated from latin.

CONTENTS


I.--DEDICATION TO CORNELIUS NEPOS
II.--LESBIA'S SPARROW
III.--ON THE DEATH OF LESBIA'S SPARROW
IIII.--ON HIS PINNACE
V.--TO LESBIA, (OF LESBOS--CLODIA?)
VI.--TO FLAVIUS: MIS-SPEAKING HIS MISTRESS
VII.--TO LESBIA STILL BELOVED
VIII.--TO HIMSELF,

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Classic love poetry translated from latin.

CONTENTS


I.--DEDICATION TO CORNELIUS NEPOS
II.--LESBIA'S SPARROW
III.--ON THE DEATH OF LESBIA'S SPARROW
IIII.--ON HIS PINNACE
V.--TO LESBIA, (OF LESBOS--CLODIA?)
VI.--TO FLAVIUS: MIS-SPEAKING HIS MISTRESS
VII.--TO LESBIA STILL BELOVED
VIII.--TO HIMSELF, RECOUNTING LESBIA'S INCONSTANCY
VIIII.--TO VERANIUS RETURNED FROM TRAVEL
X.--HE MEETS VARUS AND MISTRESS
XI.--A PARTING INSULT TO LESBIA
XII.--TO M. ASINIUS WHO STOLE NAPERY
XIII.--FABULLUS IS INVITED TO A POET'S SUPPER
XIIII.--TO CALVUS, ACKNOWLEDGING HIS POEMS
XV.--TO AURELIUS--HANDS OFF THE BOY!
XVI.--TO AURELIUS AND FURIUS, IN DEFENCE OF HIS MUSE'S HONESTY
XVII.--OF A "PREDESTINED" HUSBAND
XVIII.--TO PRIAPUS, THE GARDEN-GOD
XVIIII.--TO PRIAPUS
XX.--TO PRIAPUS
XXI.--TO AURELIUS THE SKINFLINT
XXII.--TO VARUS, ABUSING SUFFENUS
XXIII.--TO FURIUS, SATIRICALLY PRAISING HIS POVERTY
XXIIII.--TO JUVENTIUS CONCERNING THE CHOICE OF A FRIEND
XXV.--ADDRESS TO THALLUS, THE NAPERY-THIEF
XXVI.--CATULLUS CONCERNING HIS VILLA
XXVII.--TO HIS CUP-BOY
XXVIII.--TO FRIENDS ON RETURN FROM TRAVEL
XXVIIII.--TO CÆSAR, OF MAMURRA--CALLED MENTULA
XXX.--TO ALFENUS THE PERJURER
XXXI.--ON RETURN TO SIRMIO AND HIS VILLA
XXXII.--CRAVING IPSITHILLA'S LAST FAVOURS
XXXIII.--ON THE VIBENII--BATH-THIEVES
XXXIIII.--HYMN TO DIANA
XXXV.--AN INVITATION TO POET CECILIUS
XXXVI.--ON "THE ANNALS"--A SO-CALLED POEM OF VOLUSIUS
XXXVII.--TO THE FREQUENTERS OF A LOW TAVERN
XXXVIII.--A COMPLAINT TO CORNIFICIUS
XXXVIIII.--ON EGNATIUS OF THE WHITE TEETH
XXXX.--THREATENING RAVIDUS WHO STOLE HIS MISTRESS
XXXXI.--ON MAMURRA'S MISTRESS
XXXXII.--ON A STRUMPET WHO STOLE HIS TABLETS
XXXXIII.--TO MAMURRA'S MISTRESS
XXXXIIII.--CATULLUS TO HIS OWN FARM
XXXXV.--ON ACME AND SEPTUMIUS
XXXXVI.--HIS ADIEUX TO BITHYNIA
XXXXVII.--TO PORCIUS AND SOCRATION
XXXXVIII.--TO JUVENTIUS
XXXXVIIII.--TO MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO
L.--TO HIS FRIEND LICINIUS
LI.--TO LESBIA
LII.--CATULLUS TO HIMSELF
LIII.--A JEST CONCERNING CALVUS
LIIII.--TO JULIUS CÆSAR (?)
LV.---OF HIS FRIEND CAMERIUS
LVI.--TO CATO, DESCRIBING A "BLACK JOKER"
LVII.--ON MAMURRA AND JULIUS CÆSAR
LVIII.--ON LESBIA WHO ENDED BADLY
LVIIII.--ON RUFA
LX.--TO A CRUEL CHARMER
LXI.--EPITHALAMIUM ON VINIA AND MANLIUS
LXII.--NUPTIAL SONG BY YOUTHS AND DAMSELS (EPITHALAMIUM)
LXIII.--THE ADVENTURES OF ATYS
LXIIII.--MARRIAGE OF PELEUS AND THETIS (FRAGMENT OF AN EPOS)
LXV.--TO HORTALUS LAMENTING A LOST BROTHER
LXVI.--(LOQUITUR) BERENICE'S LOCK
LXVII.--DIALOGUE CONCERNING CATULLUS AT A HARLOT'S DOOR
LXVIII.--TO MANIUS ON VARIOUS MATTERS
LXVIIII.--TO RUFUS THE FETID
LXX.--ON WOMAN'S INCONSTANCY
LXXI.--TO VERRO
LXXII.--TO LESBIA THE FALSE
LXXIII.--OF AN INGRATE
LXXIIII.--OF GELLIUS
LXXVII.--TO RUFUS, THE TRAITOR FRIEND
LXXVIII.--OF GALLUS
LXXVIIII.--OF LESBIUS
LXXX.--TO GELLIUS
LXXXI.--TO JUVENTIUS
LXXXII.--TO QUINTIUS
LXXXIII.--OF LESBIA'S HUSBAND
LXXXIIII.--OF ARRIUS, A ROMAN 'ARRY
LXXXV.--HOW THE POET LOVES
LXXXVI.--OF QUINTIA
LXXXVII., LXXV.--TO LESBIA
LXXVI.--IN SELF-GRATULATION
LXXXVIII.--TO GELLIUS
LXXXVIIII.--ON GELLIUS
LXXXX.--ON GELLIUS
LXXXXI.--TO GELLIUS
LXXXXII.--ON LESBIA
LXXXXIII.--ON JULIUS CÆSAR
LXXXXIIII.--AGAINST MENTULA (MAMURRA)
LXXXXV.--ON THE "ZMYRNA" OF THE POET CINNA
LXXXXVI.--TO CALVUS, ANENT THE DEAD QUARTILLA
LXXXXVII.--ON ÆMILIUS THE FOUL
LXXXXVIII.--TO VICTIUS THE STINKARD
LXXXXVIIII.--TO JUVENTIUS
C.--ON CÆLIUS AND QUINTIUS
CI.--ON THE BURIAL OF HIS BROTHER
CII.--TO CORNELIUS
CIII.--TO SILO
CIIII.--CONCERNING LESBIA
CV.--ON MAMURRA
CVI.--THE AUCTIONEER AND THE FAIR BOY
CVII.--TO LESBIA RECONCILED
CVIII.--ON COMINIUS
CVIIII.--TO LESBIA ON HER VOW OF CONSTANCY
CX.--TO AUFILENA
CXI.--TO THE SAME
CXII.--ON NASO
CXIII.--TO CINNA
CXIIII.--ON MAMURRA'S SQUANDERING
CXV.--OF THE SAME
CXVI.--TO GELLIUS THE CRITIC

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ISBN-13:
2940012017963
Publisher:
SAP
Publication date:
01/04/2011
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