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Heathcote William Garrod, comp. (1878–1960).  The Oxford Book of Latin Verse.  1912.
 
Fragments of the Odyssey
 
Livius Andronicus (fl. 3d cent. B.C.)
 
 
i

VIRUM mihi, Camena, insece uersutum.
 
ii

Mea puera quid uerbi ex tuo ore supera fugit?
 
iii

Mea puer quid uerbi ex tuo ore audio?
neque enim te oblitus sum, Laertie noster.
 
iv

Simul ac dacrimas de ore noegeo detersit.
        5
 
v

Namque nullum peius macerat hemonem
quamde mare saeuom: uires quoi sunt magnae,
topper eas confringunt importunae undae.
 
vi

Topper citi ad aedis uenimus Circai.
simul duona eorum portand ad naues:        10
milia alia in isdem inserinuntur.
 
vii

In Pylum deuenies aut ibi ommentans.
 
viii

Inferus an superus tibi fert deus funera, Vlixes?
 
ix

Cum socios nostros mandisset impius Cyclops.
 
x

At celer hasta uolans perrumpit pectora ferro.
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