The Epigrams of M. Val. Martial: In Twelve Books

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the friend
xxxiii
The ſame inverted
xxxiv
pining 229
xxxv
the courtly 230
xxxvii
wiſe too ſoon
xxxviii
the overſeer CXXII governor 115
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that adjuſts preſent order to former confuſion that no jumble may boaſt advantage which arrangement
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the Iſtrian
12
on Rome reſtored XXVI To Dom on winterroſes XXVII on Rome improved
13
its dignity
14
his birthplace XXXII Jupiterjealous I
16
On the Amphitheater
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To Ceſar upon it III on the confluence
18
Prometheus VI To Ceſar on Orpheus
19
On Scevola equalled VIII outdone IX On the Praſinian
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on his champion XIII on female beſtiaries
21
on Paſphae XV On the rhinoceros and bull XVI rhinoceros and bear
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delivered XIX Diana double XX critical
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bull bearing Hercules XXIII elephant and bull XXIV To C on the ſuppliant
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no fear XXVII no hope XXVIII no chance
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a refuge XXX the cauſe XXXI the owner
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XXXII the maſter IV XXXV Iion ſlain
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duelliſts XXXVII To Ceſar interceſſion
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flying XLII On Leander performed
31
magic XLIV On Ceſars ſeafight XLV To Ceſar on gladiators
32
another match XLVII his exhibitions
33
P A R T III
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reforming Rome III prohibiting caſtration IV preſerving infancy V protećting modeſty
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for Domitian
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for the poet IX for the right of three
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upon it XI Ceſar thanks XII complaint and remedy
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To C direly for that XV doubly gracious XVI On Aretullas dove
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Pelius vow XVIII To an Angler
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a whiſperer XX the heir expeted
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To Nerva with a volume 44V To Nerva upon
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XXVII On Hercules and Dom 45 VI janus reedified 3
45
On the coming of Trajan 4
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from 7 4r
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on his crown 43II On Nerva the genius XIV Trajans magnificence
52
O N T E N T S B O O K II
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ſelfdenied 54XXXV at Rome Spring LXIX Ovid on Ceonius 90
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On Philenis vow 182
64
To F on Baſus
73
For Julius Martial
74
To the library of J M
76
with a ſervice of pottery XLV procraftination
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a gratefull hint XLVI viciſſituae
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for Stella XLVIII To Palerius Flaccus
79
brilliant L poetry and law
81
potent 6ol LI Baiae the Bath XVIII Stella and Ianthis LII in Cyprus XIX To the fºuntain of Ianthis 61 LIII To Silius Italicus
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Ianthis boy LIV conſuland poet
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the Nymph of the F XXII For Parthenius 62
84
repreſentative LVIII For Cecilius Pliny 11
85
a demand
86
a compliment
87
To Aulus Padens LX1 on flow LXIV abraud
88
For Sabinus LXVI To the Nymph of Sabinus
89
a Chaplºt for S LXXII To Marcellinus militant
91
for M
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To Domitius LXXVI From Gaul to Rome LXXVII To his Book LXXVIII Altinum
94
for Sabina LXXX On M A Primus
114
for Inſt
116
for Palma
117
of Spain CXXVII Licinian for Sp
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On birthplaces L2 I
122
the charge CXXXIſ Avitus the contraſt CXXXIII To the Bilbilitans
125
For Bilbilis
126
To his Clients
127
the country CXXXVIII To Marcella I 29
130
W M to P at leiſure
131
the hunter CXLII patron CXLIII ſpeculator
132
N T S On his own Writings and thoſe of his Critics Rivals Envier Detrađors and Plagiaries Epig Page PISTLE to the Reader
134
the Floralian
135
on rank IV On Laconics
136
on Pierians VI his Book
137
To the Enquirer VIII another
138
the borrower X Quintus the begger a
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On the long XII luſcious 14o XIII rough XIV wnfiniſhed XV unequal
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the wiſh
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to Lawſus LXXXVI To Fuſºu LXXXVII perhaps another LXXXVIII Rufus a wiſh
142
on the burſter XXII Calliſfratus no rival XXIII Nevolus no ſaluter XXIV On T and O rivals
144
not laughable XXVI Cecilians Muſe kind
145
the puzzler LVI Priſcus the puffer LVII another ſweet poet LVIII Maliſan the bland 16o LIX Pompillus the big LX Chreſillus the anteek
161
the poſtumous LXII the Muſe ſurviver
162
no oracle LXIV the crabbed no critics
163
a caution LXVI Faufinus the eccho
164
a condition 165
165
an appeal LXX On Titus the adviſer 166
166
LXXſ The poet lawyer LXXII compromiſe
167
Minerva
168
man LXXVI Claſſicus nature
169
XIII indirectly for this 18
175
leader
179
Mount Weſuvius
183
fragment of Argo
184
To a crew of Argonauts XXXVII Hippod no horſeman
185
defiance
186
On Junos ſtatue XLII Herculeſes ſtatue XLIII ſpeaking XLIV On Iſa and her pićture
187
terms II another vacation
190
king of arms IV To Taurus the waverer
191
the cool
192
the like
195
apt XVII the ſtately ſage XVIII Sauſtius and clients
196
beſt match
198
beſt buſineſs XXVII Ciperus a baker XXVIII Ovid comfort XXIX Ceditian a prodigy XXX Cinnamu the knight zoo XXXI On Antiochus the terr...
207
2O 205
208
Spendophorus
209
the free 2 Io LII Linus the ſaluter LIII Baſus the buſſers 2 I I
212
the welcome
213
the builder
231
not two
232
turtle and dove233 XLV On Novius the neighbor XLVI Theleſinus rich
234
the profferer L the preſenter
235
the refuſer Ll II Cinna the neuter LIV the ſloven
236
the ſhuffler
237
burned down LX Cecilian the price LXI a queſtion LXII a return LXIII For C a prayer
238
lowandhigh
239
the dilemma LXVIII Paternus a father
240
heir LXX Pontilian the wanted
241
the bilker LXXII To Polyc the convaleſcent LXXIII Carinus the teſtator LXXIV Bithyn the legatee
242
no briber LXXVI To Marianus baited LXXVII oldman new friend243 LXXVIII Oppian a prey LXXIX a bequeather LXXX Gargilian the baiter L...
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no poorman LXXXIV Coſmus on nocynic
245
the dwindler
356
on his
357
halfhoneſt
359
no bait
360
On Sabellus Saturnians
361
requitable
362
cozened XXII Flaccus forgiving
363
P A R T II
364
born monthly IV Reſtitutus the honoraries
365
on the Ides
367
Epig Page VI To Q Ovid on Calends VII the compromiſe VIII To the Calends of March IX on natalenjoyment
368
on Theophila
371
On Pudens and Claudia XVII Claudia and Pudens XVIII For Carus and Norbana
372
the connub XX To Calenus the bleſſed
373
with Antiff
374
B O O K Epig Page I N Nigr twice a widow
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on Ruf III To Varus the centurion
376
either XIII Rabirius filial
377
T
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paternal XV On the pićture of Camonus
380
adoleſcent XVII To Ra Ca gone before XVIII On Erot commended
381
compared XX honored
383
unmournable XXII Demetrius ſent free
384
at reſt XXIV To Alcimus his honors XXV On Glaucias manumitted
385
enchanting XXVIII Eutychus raviſhed
386
Fenius daughter XXX conſecrated
387
twice Teren XXXII Plotia the gay XXXIII To Philenis premature
388
the player
389
the comedian XXXVI Scorpus the charioteer XXXVII young and old
390
teacher
397
Diomedean xxxVIII The pig preferred
398
fed and f XLVIII Pannonians indefinite XLIX The thruſh prime L The godwit in flavor LI The wittal trepanned LII The figpecker º name LIII her ...
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Junonian LXIV The ſwan melodious LXV The turkey Numidian LXVI The gooſe Capitolian LXVII The duck her bits LXVIII Fedfowl darkling ...
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commencer LXXX Char rich and poor LXXXI Pike a temperer LXXXII Gilthead Lucrine LXXXIII The oiffer greedy LXXXIV Theſhrimp if not ſ...
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Anchovypickle C Tunnypickle CI Attic honey CII Sicilian honeycomb
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whence CVII Pitchwine whoſe CVIII Metheglin of what CIX Alban where CX Surrentine modeſt 4O7 CXI Maſſic beyond conſular CXII Setian wh...
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ſelect CXX Tarraconian a challenger CXXI Spoletine beyond Falern CXXII Pelignian low CXXIII Mailian ſervile CXXIV Signian aſtringent CXXV...
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CONTENTS
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guilty 93
516
97
534
advice 99
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