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Heathcote William Garrod, ed. (1878–1960).  The Oxford Book of Latin Verse.  1912.
Index to Titles
A Bachelor Festival
A Council of War—and War
A Dream about Cynthia
Aetatis Augusteae. Post Mortem Nulla Voluptas
A Friend in Need
Against Plague upon the Harvest. Incertae Aetatis
A Gallic Baiae
A Hard Winter
A Hymn to Diana
A Letter to Caecilius
A Letter to Paulinus
Amnem, Troiugena, Cannam fuge, defuge Cannam
Amoris Integratio
An Ancient Lullaby. Incertae Aetatis
An Astronomical Poem written upon Mallow Leaves
An Eagle of Roman Song
An Epitaph for his Father
A New Poetry
An Invitation
An Invitation to Maecenas
Another Martyrdom of Cupid
A Picture of Echo
Apollo and Bacchus
A Portrait of the Love God
A Present from Lesbia
A Pretty Boy
A purer Sappho
A Retreat for Old Age
A Rose with a hundred Petals
A Rural Festival
A Shattered Dream of Love
A Singing Match
Astronomical Fragment
A Study in Antithesis
Athens shall cure him of his Love
At the Tomb of Hector
At the Tomb of his Brother
Augustus returns in triumph
A Villa at Tibur
A Water Urn with a Figure of Cupid
A Woodland Scene
Beatus unicis Sabinis
Boating Song
Caelius resists the Onset of the Istri
Carpe Diem
Cassandra. i
Cassandra. ii
Cerintbus’ Birthday
Character of a Friend of Servilius
Character of a Happy Life
Charms. Against the Gout. Incertae Aetatis
Come to me in my dreams
Contemporary Fame
Cornelia’s Plea
Cruel Dawn
Cynthia Dead
Cynthia is stolen from him
Cynthia’s Birthday
Cynthia’s Sickness
Cynthia will one day be but Dust and Ashes
Death has no Terror
De Consulatu Suo
Dedication of a Mirror
Deliverance from Death
Domestic Life
Dramatic Fragments
Dramatic Fragments
Dramatic Fragments Alcmaeon
Eheu fugaces
Elegy on the Death of Marcellus
Elegy on the Death of Tibullus
Eloquent Eyes
Epic and Love Elegy
Epicedion Drusi
Epicurus and the Fear of Death
Epilogue to the Vergilian Catalepton
Epistle to Serena
Epitaph for Scipio Africanus
Epitaph of a Charioteer
Epitaph of Claudia
Epitaph of Filimatia
Epitaph of Heluia Prima
Epitaph of Homonoea and Atimetus
Epitaph of M. Pomponius Bassulus
Epitaph of M. Vettius Agorius Praetextatus and Paulina his Wife
Epitaph of Seneca
Epitaph of Serenus
Epitaph of Ursus
Epitaph on M. P. Flavius Postumius Varus
Epitaph on the Actor Vitalis
Epitaphs of Heroes
Epitaphs of the Scipios
Everlasting Love
Evil Communications
Exordium to a Poem on Hunting
Exordium to a Poem on the Sea
Farewell to Bithynia
Farewell to Love-poetry
Fatal Beauty
Fire and Ice
For a Statue of Dido
For the Marriage of Polemius and Araneola
Foul Rumour
Fragments of Epithalamia
Fragments of the Bellum Poenicum
Fragments of the De Morte
Fragments of the Odyssey
Fragments of the Saliar Hymns
French and English
From a Sickbed
From Euripides
From Sophocles
From the Erotopaegnia
From the Golden to the Iron Age
From the Iphigenia
Gather ye Rosebuds
Genitabile Caelum
God made the country but man made the town
He Abandons the Lists of Love
He appeals to Nemesis by the Memory of her dead Sister
He bath outsoared the shadow of our night
He craves Cornificius’ Pity
He dreams that Neaera is false to him
Hence, all ye vain Delights
He sends his Book to Caesius
High and Low, Rich and Poor
His Autobiography
His Birthplace
His Book’s proper Place
His Own Epitaph
His Own Epitaph
His own Epitaph
His Own Epitaph
His Own Epitaph
His Own Epitaph
His Place in Poetry
His Poetical Lineage
Home-coming to Sirmio
Horace’s Monument
Hymen, O Hymenaee
Ignis Homo Est
In Commendation of his Book
In Honour of Messalinus, elected Guardian of the Sibylline Oracles
In Memoriam
In Memory of his Teacher, Nepotianus
In Sickness: to Cerintbus
In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread
In Tumulo Hominis Felicis
Is this the Man that made the Earth to tremble
Italia, io te saluto
Iunia weds with Manlius
Laus Pisonis
Lesbia’s Sparrow
Lesser Fragments of the Annals
Life not Legends
Lines Written in Sickness
Lines Written in Sickness at Corcyra
Line upon Line
Long Life and Strong Life
Lost: A Heart
Love and Song
Love and War
Love in a Cottage
Love in the Valley
Loving and Liking
Lucan’s Birthday
Macrocosm and Microcosm
Magic Waters in the Garden of Cicero’s Villa
Magna Mater
Man’s Ingratitude
Margaret’: A Dog’s Epitaph
M. Cornelius Cethegus
Medeae Nutrix
Mens Aequa
Mighty in Peace as Mighty in Arms
Miser Catulle
Molestum Otium
Moral Distichs
Myro’s Heifer
Nemesis (From the Greek)
Nothing to do
Num te leaena…?
Nuntium Remittit Cynthiae
Odi et Amo
On Avarice
One-sided Love (From the Greek)
On the Death, in the same year, of Vergil and Tibullus
On the Death of a Favourite Parrot
On the Death of Crispus
Origin of Belief in God
Orpheus and Eurydice
Over the Seas our Galleys went
Peruigilium Veneris
Phyllis to Demophoon
Pia Testa
Poetry and Science
Poetry and Time (Prefixed to his Life of Vergil)
Posthumous Fame
Precatio Terrae
Primitive Man
Prologue to the Aratea
Quintus Ovidius’ Birthday
Redeunt Saturnia Regna
Romanae fidicen lyrae
Romulus and Remus
Roses and Thorns
Rursus bella moues?
Scipio to Ennius
Shorter Fragments
Si jeunesse savait, si vieillesse pouvait
Solem quis dicere falsum audeat?
Song Makes Immortal
Spring: An Invitation to Vergil
Tarquin’s Dream
Telamon. i
Telamon. ii
Terence corrupted by his Patrons
The Aeneid
The Argo seen by a Shepherd who has never seen a Ship
The Ass in the Lion’s Skin
The Blessings of Peace
The Bridal Bower of Mars and Venus
The Captive of Love
The Complaint of the Garden God
The Conditions of Friendship
The Daughters of Danaus
The Dead Parrot
The Death of Cicero
The Death of Quintilia
The first Onset of Love
The Flowery Spring
The Friendship of Allius
The Garden of Eugetus
The Garden of Valerius Cato
The Grave of Nymphius
The Graves of a Household
The Greeks set sail from Troy
The Ideal Mistress
The Immortality of Poetry
The Lamp of Love
The Last Pilgrimage
The Latter End of Lyce
The Ledean stars so famed for love Wondered at us from above
The Lot of Kings
The Lover alone knows in what Hour Death shall come to him
The Loves of Rivers
The Marriage of Honorius and Maria
The Marriage of Pudens and Claudia
The Marriage of Stella and Violentilla
The Martyrdom of Cupid
The Milky Way
The Only Immortality
The Path of the Just
The Peacock and the Crane
The Phoenix
The Power of Song
The Powers of Hell
The Rarity of Poets and their Patrons
The Rarity of True Friendship
The Recluse
The Reward of the Scholar
The Rising sun of Roscius
The Rule of Fate
The Rule of Reason
The Same
The Saying of Orphens
The Science of Nature
The Spartan’s Shield
The Speech of Pyrrhus
The Strenuous Life
The tender Love of Acme and Septimius
The Theme of the Astrological Poet
The Tombs of the Great
The Triumpbs of Augustus in the East
The Villa of Fulius Martialis
The Vision of Ilia
The Work of Time
The World’s Conquerors
Thorns and Roses
Thoughts in a Garden
To Alfenus, who betrayed him
To any Readers be may have
To a Schoolmaster
To Calvus: on the Death of Quintilia
To Claudius Etruscus on the Death of his Father
To Cornelius Nepos: A Dedication
To Cynthia on her Kindness to his Rival
Toga Cedit Armis
To his Book
To his Patron
To his Readers
To his Soul
To his Villa
To his Wife
To Horace
To Lesbia, not to count Kisses
To Manlius: written in affliction
To Maximus: on the Death of Celsus
Tongues I’ll bang on every tree
Too Adventurous Wings
To one who despised Love, and is now enslaved
To Phoebus: A Prayer in Sickness
To Quintius: A Supplication
To Silius-Italicus
To Sleep
To Tetradius: A Remonstrance
To the Moon
To the Rhine to send Trajan safe home
To the same: Poets of Epic and Poets of Love
To the Sea
To Valerius Flaccus
To Venus
To Veranius: A Welcome Home
To Vergil: on the Death of Duintilius
Tow Poems on the Return of Spring
Tragedy and Love Elegy
Translations from the Greek From the Odyssey
True Nobility
Unto you a child is born
Vergil and Homer
Vergil Distichs
Vergil Quatrains
Vergil’s Aeneid
Vitam puriter egi
Warning to a Rival
Welcome home to Pompeius
What slender youth
When I die, Cynthia
Womanish Tears
Woman’s Words



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