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Catulli Carmina   By: (84 BC - 54 BC)

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Catulli Carmina by Gaius Valerius Catullus is a collection of poems that showcases the complexity and depth of human emotions. The poet's ability to capture the essence of love, longing, and loss is truly remarkable. Each poem is filled with raw emotion and vulnerability, making it easy for readers to connect with the words on a personal level.

Catullus' use of vivid imagery and vivid language adds a layer of intensity to the poems, allowing readers to fully immerse themselves in the emotions being conveyed. The themes of love and desire are explored in a candid and unapologetic manner, making the collection both refreshing and thought-provoking.

Overall, Catulli Carmina is a powerful and intimate collection of poems that will resonate with readers long after they have finished reading. Catullus' ability to capture the complexities of human relationships in such a nuanced way is truly impressive, making this collection a must-read for poetry lovers everywhere.

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[Imago (typographi signum): Dominus Illuminatio Mea]

OXONII E Typographeo Clarendoniano Londini et Noui Eboraci apud Humphredum Milford


Recognouit Breuique Adnotatione Critica Instruxit


Litterarum Latinarum Professor Publicus apud Oxonienses

Oxonii E Typographeo Clarendoniano


Excudebat Joannes Johnson Architypographus academicus

First Published 1904 Reprinted 1910, 1919, 1923, 1928, 1937 Printed In Great Britain


Catulli carminum, praeter unum LXII quod Epithalamion inscribitur incipitque Vesper adest, iuuenes consurgite, Vesper Olympo , seruatum est autem in Anthologia carminum Latinorum Thuanea (Bibl. Paris. 8071, saec. ix), perierat inter litteratos notitia donec ineunte demum saec. xiv inuentus est a Compatriota [1] quodam h.e. Veronensi, incertum quo anno, qua regione terrarum, codex qui fons uidetur esse eorum qui nunc extant omnium. Ex hoc codice non multo post creditur uersus aliquot intulisse in Compendium suum moralium notabilium Hieremias Iudex de Montagnone ciuis Patauinus; ex hoc is qui inter Flores Moralium Auctoritatum (quem libellum Detlefsen inuenit, scriptus est autem a... Continue reading book >>

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