Catullus

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This site is intended as a companion and aid to the course Introduction to Roman Poetry (Latin 112) at the Dickinson College Department of Classical Studies, taught by Prof. Christopher Francese. It contains a Latin text of Catullus with running vocabulary lists. The lists are meant to be learned prior to the reading of each poem in class.

LATIN TEXT WITH VOCABULARY LISTS:
Glass Portrait from Pompeii


Catullus Complete Vocabulary List

Digitized print editions of Catullus (see Classicsindex):

  • Catullus: carmina ed. G.P. Goold (1983), at Packard Humanities Institute Latin Texts. [1]
  • Catullus, edited with notes by E.T. Merrill (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1893, repr. 1951). [2]
  • Catulli Veronensis Liber, ed. Aemilius Baeherns, vol. 1 with text, incl. references to and imitations of Catullus in other Latin authors (Leipzig: Teubner, 1893).[3]