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THE ODES AND CARMEN SAECULARE OF HORACE

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THE ODES AND CARMEN SAECULARE OF HORACE

TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH VERSE

BY JOHN CONINGTON, M.A.
CORPUS PROFESSOR OF LATIN IN THE
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.

Table of Contents

THE ODES AND CARMEN SAECULARE OF HORACE
TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH VERSE
  THIRD EDITION.
  PREFACE.
  PEEFACE TO SECOND EDITION.
  PREFACE TO THIRD EDITION.
  THE ODES OF HORACE.
  BOOK I.
  I.
  MAECENAS ATAVIS.
  II.
  JAM SATIS TERRIS.
  III.
  SIC TE DIVA.
  IV.
  SOLVITUR ACRIS HIEMS.
  V.
  QUIS MULTA GRACILIS.
  VI.
  SCRIBERIS VARIO.
  VII.
  LAUDABUNT ALII.
  VIII.
  LYDIA, DIC PER OMNES.
  IX.
  VIDES UT ALTA.
  X.
  MERCURI FACUNDE.
  XI
  TU NE QUAESIERIS.
  XII.
  QUEMN VIRUM AUT HEROA.
  XIII.
  CUM TU, LYDIA.
  XIV
  O NAVIS, REFERENT,
  XV.
  PASTOR CUM TRAHERET.
  XVI.
  O MATRE PULCHRA.
  XVII. VELOX AMOENUM.
  XVIII.
  NULLAM, VARE.
  XIX.
  MATER SAEVA CUPIDINUM
  XX.
  VILE POTABIS.
  XXI.
  DIANAM TENERAE.
  XXII.
  INTEGER VITAE.
  XXIII.
  VITAS HINNULEO.
  XXIV.
  QUIS DESIDERIO.
  XXVI.
  MUSIS AMICUS.
  XXVII.
  NATIS IN USUM.
  XXVIII.
  TE MARIS ET TERRA.
  XXIX.
  ICCI, BEATIS.
  XXX.
  O VENUS.
  XXXI.
  QUID DEDICATUM.
  XXXII.
  POSCIMUR.
  XXXIII.
  ALBI, NE DOLEAS.
  XXXIV.
  PARCUS DEORUM.
  XXXV.
  O DIVA, GRATUM.
  XXXVI.
  ET THURE, ET FIDIBUS.
  XXXVII.
  NUNC EST BIBENDUM.
  XXXVIII.
  PERSICOS ODI.
  BOOK II.
  I.
  MOTUM EX METELLO.
  II.
  NULLUS ARGENTO.
  III.
  AEQUAM, MEMENTO.
  IV.
  NE SIT ANCILLAE
  VI.
  SEPTIMI, GADES.
  VII.
  O SAEPE MECUM.
  VIII.
  ULLA SI JURIS.
  IX.
  NON SEMPER IMBRES.
  X.
  RECTIUS VIVES.
  XI.
  QUID BELLICOSUS.
  XII.
  NOLIS LONGA FERAE.
  XIII.
  ILLE ET NEFASTO.
  XIV.
  EHEU, FUGACES.
  XV.
  JAM PAUCA ARATRO.
  XVI.
  OTIUM DIVOS.
  XVII.
  CUR ME QUERELIS.
  XVIII.
  NON EBUR.
  XIX.
  BACCHUM IN REMOTIS.
  XX.
  NON USITATA.
  BOOK III.
  I.
  ODI PROFANUM.
  II.
  ANGUSTAM AMICE.
  III.
  JUSTUM ET TENACEM.
  IV.
  DESCENDE CAELO.
  V.
  CAELO TONANTEM.
  VI.
  DELICTA MAJORUM.
  VII.
  QUID FLES, ASTERIE.
  VIII.
  MARTIIS COELEBS.
  IX.
  DONEC GRATUS ERAM.
  HORACE.
  X.
  EXTREMUM TANAIN.
  XI.
  MERCURI, NAM TE.
  XII.
  MISERARUM EST.
  XIII.
  O FONS BANDUSIAE.
  XIV.
  HERCULIS RITU.
  XV.
  UXOR PAUPERIS IBYCI.
  XVI.
  INCLUSAM DANAEN.
  XVII.
  AELI VETUSTO.
  XVIII.
  FAUNE, NYMPHARUM.
  XIX.
  QUANTUM DISTAT.
  XXI.
  O NATE MECUM.
  XXII.
  MONTIUM CUSTOS.
  XXIII.
  COELO SUPINAS.
  XXIV.
  INTACTIS OPULENTIOR.
  XXV.
  QUO ME, BACCHE.
  XXVI.
  VIRI PUELLIS.
  XXVII.
  IMPIOS PARRAE.
  XXVIII.
  FESTO QUID POTIUS.
  XXIX.
  TYRRHENA REGUM.
  XXX.
  EXEGI MONUMENTUM.
  BOOK IV.
  I.
  INTERMISSA, VENUS.
  II.
  PINDARUM QUISQUIS.
  III.
  QUEM TU, MELPOMENE.
  IV.
  QUALEM MINISTRUM.
  V.
  DIVIS ORTE BONIS.
  VI.
  DIVE, QUEM PROLES.
  VII.
  DIFFUGERE NIVES.
  VIII.
  DONAREM PATERAS.
  IX.
  NE FORTE CREDAS.
  XI.
  EST MIHI NONUM.
  XII.
  JAM VERIS COMITES.
  XIII.
  AUDIVERE, LYCE.
  XIV.
  QUAE CURA PATRUM.
  XV.
  PHOEBUS VOLENTEM.
  CARMEN SAECULARE.
  PHOEBE, SILVARUMQUE.
  NOTES.
  BOOK I, ODE 3.
  THE ESTRANGING MAIN.
  BOOK I, ODE 5.
  BOOK I, ODE 6.
  BOOK I, ODE 7.
  BOOK I, ODE 9.
  BOOK I, ODE 15.
  BOOK I, ODE 27.
  BOOK I, ODE 28.
  BOOK II, ODE 1.
  BOOK II, ODE 3.
  BOOK II, ODE 7.
  BOOK II, ODE 13.
  BOOK II, ODE 14.
  BOOK II, ODE 18.
  BOOK II, ODE 20.
  BOOK III, ODE 1.
  BOOK III, ODE 2.
  BOOK III, ODE 3.
  BOOK III, ODE 4.
  BOOK III, ODE 5.
  BOOK III, ODE 8.
  BOOK III, ODE 9.
  BOOK III, ODE 17.
  BOOK III, ODE 23.
  BOOK III, ODE 24.
  BOOK III, ODE 29.
  BOOK IV, ODE 2.
  BOOK IV, ODE 3.
  BOOK IV, ODE 4.
  BOOK IV, ODE 9.
  FINIS.


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