The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus, by Catullus

Table of Contents

  1. Dedication to Cornelius Nepos.
  2. Lesbia’s Sparrow.
  3. On the Death of Lesbia’s Sparrow.
  4. On His Pinnace.
  5. To Lesbia, (Of Lesbos — Clodia?)
  6. To Flavius: Mis-Speaking His Mistress.
  7. To Lesbia Still Beloved.
  8. To Himself Recounting Lesbia’s Inconstancy.
  9. To Veranius Returned from Travel.
  10. He Meets Varus and Mistress.
  11. A Parting Insult to Lesbia.
  12. To M. Asinius who Stole Napery.
  13. Fabullus is Invited to a Poet’s Supper.
  14. To Calvus, Acknowledging His Poems.
  15. xIIIIb.
  16. To Aurelius — Hands off the Boy!
  17. To Aurelius and Furius in Defence of His Muse’s Honesty.
  18. Of a “Predestined” Husband.
  19. To Priapus, the Garden-God.
  20. To Priapus.
  21. To Priapus.
  22. To Aurelius the Skinflint.
  23. To Varus Abusing Suffenus.
  24. To Furius Satirically Praising His Poverty.
  25. To Juventius Concerning the Choice of a Friend.
  26. Address to Thallus the Napery-Thief.
  27. Catullus Concerning His Villa.
  28. To His Cup-Boy.
  29. To Friends on Return from Travel.
  30. To Cæsar of Mamurra, Called Mentula.
  31. To Alfenus the Perjuror.
  32. On Return to Sirmio and His Villa.
  33. Craving Ipsithilla’s Last Favours.
  34. On the Vibenii — Bath-Thieves.
  35. Hymn to Diana.
  36. An Invitation to Poet Cecilius.
  37. On “The Annals”— A So-Called Poem of Volusius.
  38. To the Frequenters of a Low Tavern.
  39. A Complaint to Cornificius.
  40. On Egnatius of the White Teeth.
  41. Threatening Ravidus who Stole His Mistress.
  42. On Mamurra’s Mistress.
  43. On a Strumpet who Stole His Tablets.
  44. To Mamurra’s Mistress.
  45. Catullus to His Own Farm.
  46. On Acme and Septumius.
  47. His Adieux to Bithynia.
  48. To Porcius and Socration.
  49. To Juventius.
  50. To Marcus Tullius Cicero.
  51. To His Friend Licinius.
  52. To Lesbia.
  53. Catullus to Himself.
  54. A Jest Concerning Calvus.
  55. To Julius Cæsar. (?)
  56. Of His Friend Camerius.
  57. To Cato, Describing a “Black Joker.”
  58. On Mamurra and Julius Cæsar.
  59. On Lesbia who Ended Badly.
  60. On Rufa.
  61. To a Cruel Charmer.
  62. Epithalamium on Vinia and Manlius.
  63. Nuptial Song by Youth and Damsels.
  64. The Adventures of Atys.
  65. Marriage of Peleus and Thetis.
  66. To Hortalus Lamenting a Lost Brother.
  67. (Loquitur) Berenice’s Lock.
  68. Dialogue Concerning Catullus at a Harlot’s Door.
  69. To Manius on Various Matters.
  70. To Rufus the Fetid.
  71. On Woman’s Inconstancy.
  72. To Verro.
  73. To Lesbia the False.
  74. Of an Ingrate.
  75. Of Gellius.
  76. To Rufus, the Traitor Friend.
  77. Of Gallus.
  78. Of Lesbius.
  79. To Gellius.
  80. To Juventius.
  81. To Quintius.
  82. Of Lesbia’s Husband.
  83. On Arrius, a Roman ‘Arry.
  84. How the Poet Loves.
  85. Of Quintia.
  86. To Lesbia.
  87. In Self-Gratulation.
  88. To Gellius.
  89. On Gellius.
  90. On Gellius.
  91. To Gellius.
  92. On Lesbia.
  93. On Julius Cæsar.
  94. Against Mentula (Mamurra).
  95. On the “Zmyrna” Of the Poet Cinna.
  96. To Calvus Anent Dead Quintilia.
  97. On Æmilius the Foul.
  98. To Victius the Stinkard.
  99. To Juventius.
  100. On Cælius and Quintius.
  101. On the Burial of His Brother.
  102. To Cornelius.
  103. To Silo.
  104. Concerning Lesbia.
  105. On Mamurra.
  106. The Auctioneer and the Fair Boy.
  107. To Lesbia Reconciled.
  108. On Cominius.
  109. To Lesbia on Her Vow of Constancy.
  110. To Aufilena.
  111. To the Same.
  112. On Naso.
  113. To Cinna.
  114. On Mamurra’s Squandering.
  115. Of the Same.
  116. To Gellius the Critic.

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