eripui, et potius germanum amittere creui, leuia substernens robusto bracchia collo. no method of flight, no hope: Everything is silentk O nimis optato saeclorum tempore nati He explains that embroidered on the hem of the bed covering are scenes from mythology. Catullus, canny storyteller that he was, now pulls back the camera, as it were, to give his audience a wider view. supplicium saevis exposcens anxia factis, Carmine 64 is one of Catullusâ longer works. 60 sed postquam tellus scelere est imbuta nefando most pure friendship, and all things sweet and agreeable. puluinar complexa suo velabat amictu. hic, qualis flatu placidum mare matutino Surprisingly, this repulsive man has sex with “many a woman” as well learn in line nine. Whom the Minoan one far off from the seaweed with sorrowful little eyes, He seems to speak of the funeral procession, and of self-indulgent youth. Was not anything able to bend the plan of the cruel mind? alta tepefaciet permixta flumina caede. anxia nec mater discordis maesta puellae Or, to put it another way, Catullus is pointing out that the Roman leaders have abandoned the ways of the righteous and that they are indulging their own passions and ambitions to the detriment of the Roman people. before themselves and made their delights known by their One of Catullus' few epic poems. thus, departing one with the divine will of the gods having been neglected This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License. accipiat coniunx felici foedere diuam, atque ita decerpens aequabat semper opus dens, Thee did fairest Thetis clasp, daughter of Nereus?Â, tene suam Tethys concessit ducere neptem,Â, to thee did Tethys grant to wed her granddaughter,Â, Oceanusque, mari totum qui amplectitur orbem?Â. Not however before the eyes will grow weak for me with death, Achilles is not specifically mentioned in the poem. tibi nulla fuit clementia praesto,Â, immite ut nostri uellet miserescere pectus?Â, to bid thy ruthless heart incline to pity for me?Â, at non haec quondam blanda promissa dedistiÂ, Not such were the promises thou gavest me onceÂ, uoce mihi, non haec miserae sperare iubebas,Â. The first section (i) seeks to offer some means of classifying ecphrases. “O thou who crownest high renown with great deeds of virtue,Â, bulwark of Emathian power, famed for thy son to be,Â, accipe, quod laeta tibi pandunt luce sorores,Â, receive the truthful oracle which on this happy dayÂ, ueridicum oraclum: sed uos, quae fata sequuntur,Â, the Sisters reveal to thee; but run ye on, drawingÂ, currite ducentes subtegmina, currite, fusi.Â. Learn. Original Latin Line This cloth, embroidered with the ancient figures of men depicts the deeds of heroes with wondrous skill. Quis angusta malis cum moenia uexarentur, Regia, fulgenti splendent auro atque argento. let hime pollute both himself and his own with death, goddesses. Ah misera, adsiduis quam luctibus exsternauit Aequoreae monstrum Nereides admirantes. — whom I deserted of my own will,Â, respersum iuuenem fraterna caede secuta?Â, to follow a lover dabbled with my brother’s blood!Â, Or shall I console myself with the faithful love of my spouse,Â, quine fugit lentos incuruans gurgite remos?Â, who is flying from me, bending his tough oars in the wave?Â, praeterea nullo colitur sola insula tecto,Â, and here too is naught but the shore, with never a house, a desert island;Â, nec patet egressus pelagi cingentibus undis.Â, no way to depart opens for me; about me are the waters of the sea;Â, nulla fugae ratio, nulla spes: omnia muta,Â, no means of flight, no hope; all is dumb,Â, omnia sunt deserta, ostentant omnia letum.Â, all is desolate; all shows me the face of death.Â, non tamen ante mihi languescent lumina morte,Â, Yet my eyes shall not grow faint in death,Â, nec prius a fesso secedent corpore sensus,Â, nor shall the sense fail from my wearied body,Â, quam iustam a diuis exposcam prodita multamÂ, before I demand from the gods just vengeance for my betrayal,Â, caelestumque fidem postrema comprecer hora.Â. on Neptune's clear waves to Phasis, ignaro mater substernens se impia nato They fear to swear nothing, they spare to promise nothing. 35 tibi nulla fuit clementia praesto, And thus said she mournfully in her last laments, ‘sicine me patriis auectam, perfide, ab arisÂ, “Thus then, having borne me afar from my father’s home,Â, perfide, deserto liquisti in litore, Theseu?Â, thus hast thou left me, faithless, faithless Theseus, on the lonely shore?Â, thus departing, unmindful of the will of the gods,Â, immemor a! praecipitem sese scopulorum e vertice iecit, then they say that the sad one climbs the steep mountains, quorum post abitum princeps e uertice PeleiÂ, After their departure, from the top of PelionÂ, came Chiron leading the way, and bearing woodland gifts.Â, nam quoscumque ferunt campi, quos Thessala magnisÂ, For all the flowers that the plains bear, all that the Thessalian region, montibus ora creat, quos propter fluminis undasÂ, brings to birth on its mighty mountains, all the flowers that near the river’s streams, aura parit flores tepidi fecunda Fauoni,Â, the fruitful gale of warm Favonius discloses,Â, hos indistinctis plexos tulit ipse corollis,Â, these he brought himself, woven in mingled garlands,Â, cheered with whose grateful odour the house smiled its gladness.Â, confestim Penios adest, uiridantia Tempe,Â, Forthwith PeneÃ¼s is there, leaving verdant Tempe,Â, Tempe, quae siluae cingunt super impendentes,Â, Minosim linquens doris celebranda choreis,Â, non uacuos: namque ille tulit radicitus altasÂ, not empty-handed, for he bore, torn up by the roots,Â, lofty beeches and tall bay-trees with upright stem,Â, non sine nutanti platano lentaque sororeÂ, and with them the nodding plane and the swaying sisterÂ, of flame-devoured Phaethon, and the tall cypress.Â, haec circum sedes late contexta locauit,Â, All these he wove far and wide around their home,Â, uestibulum ut molli uelatum fronde uireret.Â, that the portal might be greenly embowered with soft foliage.Â, post hunc consequitur sollerti corde Prometheus,Â, extenuata gerens ueteris uestigia poenae,Â, bearing the faded scars of the ancient penaltyÂ, quam quondam silici restrictus membra catenaÂ, which whilom, his limbs bound fast to the rock with chains,Â, persoluit pendens e uerticibus praeruptis.Â, he paid, hanging from the craggy summits.Â, inde pater diuum sancta cum coniuge natisqueÂ, Then came the Father of the gods with his divine wife and his sons,Â, aduenit caelo, te solum, Phoebe, relinquensÂ, unigenamque simul cultricem montibus Idri:Â, and with thee thine own sister who dwells in the heights of Idrus;Â, Pelea nam tecum pariter soror aspernata est,Â, for as thou didst, so did thy sister scorn Peleus,Â, nec Thetidis taedas uoluit celebrare iugales.Â. Sedibus in mediis, Indo quod dente politum How great she turned pale of gold with great gleam, Did Tethys and Oceanus, who in the sea sicine discedens neglecto numine divum, spume and spun in an eddy by the rowing, the maritime nec quisquam apparet vacua mortalis in alga. recall more things, how the daughter leaving behind the face of the father O heroes, born in a purpureaque procul nantes ab luce refulgent: Illa vicem curans toto ex te pectore, Theseu, 70 Perseus provides credit for all accepted changes, storing new additions in a versioning system. nulla domus tales umquam contexit amores, Omnia quae toto delapsa e corpore passim quorum post abitum princeps e vertice Pelei . nor before the sense will withdraw from the tired body, secubitu caros mittet sperare nepotes. talia complexum iuveni mandata dedisse: or with purple coverlet spreading thy bed. optauit genitor primaeui funera nati, grant you their granddaughter to marry? For just as a wild whirlwind twisting the trunk with gust proiciet truncum summisso poplite corpus. nor the treacherous sailor bearing dreadful tributes quae, velut ancipiti succumbens victima ferro, at gurgite lato namque ferunt olim, classi cum moenia divae Run, drawing the woofthreads, ye spindles, run. procedunt leviterque sonant plangore cachinni, Emersere freti candenti e gurgite uultus 15 anxia in assiduos absumens lumina fletus, for they say that she poured from the deepest chest clearsounding voice, Poem 61. Quem procul ex alga maestis Minois ocellis L. ad Lucinium. Pharsalum coeunt, Pharsalia tecta frequentant. I'll post vento crescente magis magis increbescunt, Saxea ut effigies bacchantis prospicit, eheu, Welcome to the Catullus Translations website! come? perfudere manus fraterno sanguine fratres, I having been ruined will demand a just penalty from the gods. uprooting the oak tree shaking arms on the top of Taurus Ausi sunt uada salsa cita decurrere puppi, but however you were able to lead me into your seats, Regia, quam suauis exspirans castus odores Nutricum tenus exstantes e gurgite cano. 'gnate mihi longa iucundior unice vita, haec uestis priscis hominum uariata figurisÂ. periuri Pelopis vastabit tertius heres. the ruler of the heavenly ones nodded with unconquerable divine will; nor raising the sweet signals to the sad parent Tempe, quae silvae cingunt super impendentes, quae cuncta aereii discerpunt irrita uenti. dulcia nec maesto sustollens signa parenti flammea praeuertet celeris vestigia ceruae. non vacuos: namque ille tulit radicitus altas quod mare conceptum spumantibus exspuit undis, Tincta tegit roseo conchyli purpura fuco. Theseus leaving with a swift fleet, Irrita uentosae linquens promissa procellae. Trinacria. The city of the Troad, in Phrygia, which was besieged by the Greeks in the Trojan War. scorn human marriage, then her father himself understands Spinosas Erycina serens in pectore curas fagos ac recto proceras stipite laurus, Just what lioness produced you under the lonely crag, si tibi non cordi fuerant conubia nostra, Phasidos ad fluctus et fines Aeeteos, cum primum infecti conspexit lintea ueli, Thesea cedentem celeri cum classe tuetur Essays and criticism on Catullus - Catullus. Caerula uerrentes abiegnis aequora palmis. Egressus curuis e litoribus Piraei 75 the savage surface separating divides. impia non verita est diuos scelerare penates. Tota domus gaudet regali splendida gaza. . Peliaco quondam prognatae uertice pinus at the same time was accustomed to give youths having been chosen But why should I having digressed from the first poem Nereids raised their faces from the sparkling whirlpool of This bit is setting the scene for what is to come, foreshadowing the real action. They left Thesea ceu pulsae ventorum flamine nubes consilia in nostris requiesset sedibus hospes! quae passim rapido diffunditur Hellesponto, persoluit pendens e verticibus praeruptis. drenched the virgin sea with its travel; as soon as it quali spe perdita nitor?Â, For whither shall I return, lost, ah, lost? whom the chaste little couch emitting sweet smells But instead of taking his bride with him, Theseus abandons her and sails away. with all her soul, with all her mind (lost, ah lost!) quare facta uirum multantes vindice poena ille autem prope iam mediis versatur in undis, sed quid ego ignaris nequiquam conquerar auris, Dactylic Hexameter. currite ducentes subtegmina, currite, fusi. quam iustam a diuis exposcam prodita multam lest the untraceable maze might trick the one Atque haec extremis maestam dixisse querelis, English Catullus 64 translation on the Catullus site with Latin poems of Gaius Valerius Catullus plus translations of the Carmina Catulli in Latin, English, Dutch, German, Swedish, Italian, Estonian and more sed quid ego a primo digressus carmine pluraÂ, But why should I leave the first subject of my song and tell of more;Â, commemorem, ut linquens genitoris filia uultum,Â, how the daughter, flying from her father’s face,Â, ut consanguineae complexum, ut denique matris,Â, the embrace of her sister, then of her mother last,Â. dedatur cupido iam dudum nupta marito. you who [now] gives back such rewards for a sweet life? They who are able neither to hear nor return the voices having been sent? nunc iam nulla uiro iuranti femina credat, ipse autem caeca mentem caligine Theseus Not only does he leave a maiden whom he made wife behind him, he forgets a signal agreed upon with his father. hail, kindly offspring of your mothers, hailÂ, progenies, saluete iter, uos ego saepe, meo uos carmine compellabo.Â, You often in my song, you will I address.Â, teque adeo eximie taedis felicibus aucte,Â, And specially thee, greatly blessed by fortunate marriage torches,Â, Thessaliae columen Peleu, cui Iuppiter ipse,Â, mainstay of Tbessaly, Peleus, to whom Jupiter himself,Â, ipse suos diuum genitor concessit amores;Â. the king of the gods himself granted his own love. extended, was shining with gleaming gold and silver. It is therefore an epyllion, which is the genre used by neoteric poets. And for looking forth from wave resounding shore of Dia , nullus amor tali coniunxit foedere amantes, Cum lecti iuuenes, Argiuae robora pubis, 5 Funera Cecropiae nec funera portarentur. accipe, quod laeta tibi pandunt luce sorores, omnia fanda nefanda malo permixta furore She is mad with grief and anger. ii ABSTRACT Ariadne as the Exemplum of the Virtutes of Heroes in Catullus Carmen 64 by Chad P. Brown In Carmen 64, Catullus establishes Ariadne as an exemplum of a new type of hero whose uirtutes are motivated by love rather than by the desire for glory that motivated traditional male epic heroes. Ne labyrintheis e flexibus egredientem 115 If the venture was successful, they were to change the sails on the ship to a different color. leaving unfulfilled his empty pledges to the gusty storm. I’ll have a perfume that is my girl’s, it was given her by Venus. Quae simul optatae finito tempore luces This particular Carmine is relatively subtle compared to some of his more pointed works. and caught fire total in the deepest marrow. acciperent laeti divum fumantibus aris. he comes to great spirited Minos and proud seats. Heroes, saluete, deum genus, o bona matrum 23b having been returned recently to me in the final end of old age, But as soon as the lust of the desiring mind has been satisfied, cum incultum cano solvent a uertice crinem, Gnosia Cecropiae tetigissent litora puppes, nulla fugae ratio, nulla spes: omnia muta, . Progenies, saluete iterum . haec circum sedes late contexta locauit, did not fear to sin against parental gods: omnia fanda nefanda malo permixta furoreÂ, then all right and wrong, confounded in impious madness,Â, iustificam nobis mentem auertere deorum.Â, turned from us the righteous will of the gods.Â, quare nec talis dignantur uisere coetus,Â, Wherefore they deign not to visit such companies,Â, VRoma Project: http://www.vroma.org/~hwalker/VRomaCatullus/064.html. Vnde aciem in pelagi uastos protenderet aestus, externata malo, quae nullis sensibus auctae Haec uestis priscis hominum uariata figuris testis erit magnis uirtutibus unda Scamandri,Â, “Witness of his great deeds of valour shall be the wave of ScamanderÂ, quae passim rapido diffunditur Hellesponto,Â, which pours itself forth abroad in the current of Hellespont,Â, cuius iter caesis angustans corporum aceruisÂ, whose channel he shall choke with heaps of slain corpses,Â, and make the deep streams warm with mingled blood.Â, denique testis erit morti quoque reddita praeda,Â, “Lastly, witness too shall be the prize assigned to him in death,Â, cum teres excelso coaceruatum aggere bustumÂ, when the rounded barrow heaped up with lofty moundÂ, excipiet niueos perculsae uirginis artus.Â, shall receive the snowy limbs of the slaughtered maiden.Â. She casts her delicate crown from her. the young man having been sprinkled with fraternal blood? the sea in admiration of the sight. fors etiam nostris inuidit questibus auris. Achilles is not specifically mentioned in the poem. satisfied by the dear figure of the son. ipse qui sit, utrum sit an non sit, id quoque nescit. which Syritis, what rapacious Scylla, what vast Charybdis, currite ducentes subtegmina, currite, fusi. to me: you were not ordering for the sad one to hope for these things, praesentes namque ante domos invisere castas aequora concussitque micantia sidera mundus. par ce qui signifie, par lequel ; pourquoi ; wherefore, donc, par conséquent in che modo? might be carried to Crete and not as deaths. Mortales oculis nudato corpore nymphas saepe in letifero belli certamine Mauors of a tree, but rust had been accumulating filth on the candidaque intorti sustollant vela rudentes, Quercum aut conigeram sudanti cortice pinum candida purpurea talos incinxerat ora, For where should I bring myself back? The Argo first . harum pars tecta quatiebant cuspide thyrsos,Â, Some of them were waving thyrsi with shrouded points,Â, pars e diuolso iactabant membra iuuenco,Â, some tossing about the limbs of a mangled steer,Â, pars sese tortis serpentibus incingebant,Â, some girding themselves with writhing serpents:Â, pars obscura cauis celebrabant orgia cistis,Â, some bearing in solemn procession dark mysteries enclosed in caskets,Â, orgia quae frustra cupiunt audire profani;Â, mysteries which the profane desire in vain to hear.Â, plangebant aliae proceris tympana palmis,Â, Others beat timbrels with uplifted hands,Â, aut tereti tenuis tinnitus aere ciebant;Â, or raised clear clashings with cymbals of rounded bronze:Â, multis raucisonos efflabant cornua bombosÂ, many blew horns with harsh-sounding drone,Â, barbaraque horribili stridebat tibia cantu.Â. How many times you brought those fearing with weak heart! He then follows it up with a scene with the Fates, spinning, weaving and tangling up the tapestry of mortal affairs. or how having ben carried by raft to the foam filled shore of Dia cared not, but on thee, Theseus, with all her thoughts, toto animo, tota pendebat perdita mente.Â. Emathiae tutamen, Opis carissime nato, https://en.wikisource.org/w/index.php?title=Translation:Catullus_64&oldid=10094773, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Tum Thetis humanos non despexit hymenaeos, reached the Gortynian palace of the lawless king. Any student of Latin lyric poetry will tell you that Catullus' poems get pretty raunchy, obsessed with genitalia, semen, and sex in general. not yet even she believes that she sees what things she see, vellera uirgati custodibant calathisci. all things are deserted, all things show death. laneaque aridulis haerebant morsa labellis, . qualis adest Thetidi, qualis concordia Peleo. at pater, ut summa prospectum ex arce petebat, Qualibus incensam iactastis mente puellam non illi quisquam bello se conferet heros, Treacherous one, thus have you left me having carried away from fatherly altars, Cecropiam solitam esse dapem dare Minotauro. As sent away all things with chest having forgotten. From there the safe bent back the foot with great praise Since such things are being born from the deepest chest, But witha a wide whirlpool of the sea to whom the forehead having been encircled with snaky hair that he might without hindrance enjoy the flower of a young bride, the unnatural mother impiously coupling with her unconscious sonÂ, impia non uerita est diuos scelerare penates.Â. Heroum mira uirtutes indicat arte. She stony as a statue of Bacchus,looks forth, alas, was shining on the thrones, drinking cups were shining on countenance. Surprisingly little known these days, “Poem 64” was Catullus’s greatest masterpiece, a poem that questions what it means to live and love in the shadow of the past. Ivory how often did she then grow paler than the gleam of gold, cum saeuum cupiens contra contendere monstrumÂ, when Theseus, eager to contend with the savage monster,Â, aut mortem appeteret Theseus aut praemia laudis!Â, was setting forth to win either death or the meed of valour!Â, non ingrata tamen frustra munuscula diuisÂ, Yet not unsweet were the gifts, though vainly promised to the gods,Â, promittens tacito succepit uota labello.Â, nam uelut in summo quatientem brachia TauroÂ, For as a tree which waves its boughs on Taurus’ top,Â, quercum aut conigeram sudanti cortice pinumÂ, an oak or a cone-bearing pine with sweating bark,Â, indomitus turbo contorquens flamine robur,Â, when a vehement storm twists the grain with its blast,Â, and tears it up (afar, wrenched up by the rootsÂ, prona cadit, late quaeuis cumque obuia frangens,)Â. it lies prone, breaking away all that meets its fall), sic domito saeuum prostrauit corpore TheseusÂ, so did Theseus overcome and lay low the bulk of the monster,Â, nequiquam uanis iactantem cornua uentis.Â, vainly tossing his horns to the empty winds.Â, inde pedem sospes multa cum laude reflexitÂ, Thence he retraced his way, unharmed and with much glory,Â, guiding his devious footsteps by the fine clew,Â, lest as he came forth from the mazy windings of the labyrinthÂ, tecti frustraretur inobseruabilis error.Â. 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