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critic, viz., quo fer at error (1. 308), Horace draws the picture of a bad poet; who, despising all study and counsel, and infatuated by self-love, is an object of universal contempt and aversion. Dillenburger well says: Respondet exitus initio, imago insani poetae imagini monstruosae figurae." -453. Morbus regius, also called arquatus, means the Jaundice; so called, according to Pliny and Celsus, from its requiring costly remedies and constant amusement. Yet our expression, king's evil, is used of scrofula. -455. Tetigisse; see n. O. i., 1, 4. – -457. Sublimis; "with head erect." Colman.. -460. Non sit; non is here used for ne; and the subj. has an imperative force. pedocles; the philosopher of Agrigentum (see n. Epist. i., 12, 18), who flourished about 450 B. C. Horace humorously quotes one of the fables, told about his death; the time and manner of which were unknown. -467. Occidenti; dat. depending upon idem; see Z. § 704; A & S. Ha ◊ 222, R,7.——— 470. Nec satis apparet, etc. Horace adds a satirical/ ground for not trying to save such a poet: perhaps this madness of versemaking is a visitation from heaven for some act of impiety. - - Factitet ; keeps making. 471. Bidental; a name given to a place which had been struck by lightning, and on which, therefore, a two-year-old sheep (bidens) was offered up as an expiatory sacrifice. It was customary to build an altar on the spot, and surround it with a fence, and to venture into it was deemed sacrilege. 472. Certe; in connection with utrum-an, etc., but certainly (at any rate) he is raging mad; whatever the cause, the fact is certain.

INDEX

OF

PROPER NAMES.

[C. stands for Odes, Sat. for Satires, Ep. for Epodes, and E. for Epistles.]

A.

Acaulemus; inter silvas Academi quaerere
verum, E. 2, 2, 45.

Accius. Nil comis tragici mutat Lucilius
Acci Sat. 1 10, 53; aufert famam senis
Accius alti, E. 2, 1, 56; iambus in Acci no-
bilibus trimetris apparet rarus, A. P. 258.
Achaemenes. Č. 2, 12, 21.

Achaemenius. Achaemenium costum, C.
3, 1. 44. Achaemenio perfundi nardo, Ep.
13, 8.

Achaicus ignis, C. 1, 15, 35; curru Achai-
co, C. 4, 3, 5.

Acheron. Perrupit Acheronta Herculeus
labor, C. 1, 3, 36. Quirinus Martis equis
Acheronta fugit, C. 3, 3, 16.

Acherontia. C. 3, 4, 14.

Achilles. Pelidae stomachum, C. 1, 6, 6;
marinae filium Thetidis, C. 1, 8, 14; insolen-

Aemilius. Art. poet. 32.

Aeneas; rebus Aeneae, C. 4, 6, 23; pius
Aeneas, C. 4, 7, 15. Castus Aeneas, Carm.
sec. 42. (Caesar) ab alto demissum genus
Aenea, Sat. 2, 5, 63.

Acolides. C. 2, 14, 20.

Aeolius. Aeolius fidibus, C. 2, 13, 24.
Aeolium carmen, C. 3, 30, 13. Aeolio car-
mine nobilem, C. 4. 3, 12; adhuc vivunt
commissi calores Aeoliae fidibus puellae, C.
4, 9, 12.

Aeschylus. Sophocles et Thespis et Aes-
chylus E. 2, 1. 163; personae pallaeque re-
pertor honestae Aeschylus, Art. poet. 279.

Aesopus tragicarum fabularum actor; gra
vis Aesopus, E. 2, 1, 82. Filius Aesopi, ho-
mo prodigus, Sat. 2, 3, 239.

Aesula. C. 3, 29, 6.
Aethiops. C. 3. 6, 14.

Aetna; impositam Aetnam, C. 3, 4, 76;
tem Achillem, C. 2, 4, 4. Abstulit clarum fervida in Aetna, Ep. 17, 33; ardentem fri-
cita mors Achillem, C. 2, 16, 29. Phthius gidus Aetnam insiluit Empedocles, Art. poet.
Achilles, C. 4, 6, 4. Filius Thetidis marinae, 465.

ib. v. 6. Invicte, mortalis dea nate Thetide, Aetolus. E. 1, 18, 46.
Ep. 13, 12; nepotem Nereium, Ep. 17, 8; Afer, Afri; deorum quisquis amicior Afris,
pervicacis ad pedes Achillei, ib. v. 14; ani. C. 2, 1, 26. Afro murice, C. 2, 16, 33; qua
mosum Achillem, Sat. 1, 7, 12; Aiax, heros medius liquor secernit Europen ab Afro, C.
ab Achille secundus, Sat, 2, 3, 193. Peliden, 3, 3, 47; dirus Afer. C. 4, 4, 42. Afra avis,
E. 1, 2, 12.; iratus Graiis quantum nocuisset Ep. 2, 53. Afra cochlea, Sat. 2, 4, 58. Ca-
Achilles, E. 2, 2, 42; honoratum si forte re- nidia peior serpentibus Afris, Sat. 2, 8, 92.
ponis Achillem cet, Ae. 120.
Afranius. Dicitur Afrani toga convenisse
Menandro, E. 2, 1, 57.

Achivi; pugnaces Achivi, C. 3. 3, 27; Achi-
vis flammis, C. 4, 6, 18; toties servatis cla-
rus Achivis, Sat. 2, 3, 194; quidquid delirant
reges, plectuntur Achivi, E. 1, 2, 14. Achi
vis unctis, E. 2, 1, 33.

Acrisius. Acrisium Danaae custodem pa-
vidum, C. 3, 16, 5.

Acroceraunia. C. 1, 3, 20.
Actius. E. 1, 18, 61.
Aeacus; judicantem Aeacum, C. 2, 13, 22;
genus Aeaci, C. 3, 19, 3; ereptum Stygiis
fluctibus Aeacum, C. 4, 8, 25.

Argaeum in patenti Aegaeo, C. 2, 16, 2.
Aegaeos tumultus, C. 3, 29, 63. Aegaeum
mare, E. 1. 11, 16.

Aelius (L.) Lamia. Vide Lamia. C. 1,
26, 8. Aeli vetuste nobilis ab Lamo, C. 3,
17, 1.

Africa; ultima Africa, C. 2, 18, 5; fertilis
Africae, C. 3, 16,31; domita Africa, C. 4, 8,
18. Frumenti quantum metit Africa, Sat 2,
3, 87.

Africanus (Scipio minor.) Ep. 9, 25.
Africus; luctantem Icariis fluctibus Afri-
cum, Carm. i, 1, 15; praecipitem Africum
decertantem Aquilonibus, C. 1, 3, 12; celeri
Africo, C. 1, 14,5; pestilentem Africum, C.
3, 23, 5; Africis procellis, C. 3, 29, 57; pro-
tervus Africus. Ep. 16, 22.

Agamemnon. C. 4, 9, 25.

Agare; caput abscissuin manibus cum
portat Agave gnati infelicis, sibi tum furiosa
videtur! Sat. 2, 3, 303.

Agrippa. C. 1, 6, totum; plausus, quos
fert Agrippa, Sat. 2, 3, 185; porticis Agrip.

pae, E. 1, 6, 26. Fructibus Agrippae Siculis, 14, 9, 9. Samio dicunt arsisse Bathyllo Ana
E. 1, 12, 1. Cantaber Agrippae virtute ce- creonta Teium, Ep. 14, 10.

cidit, ib. v. 26.
Agyieus. C. 4, 6, 28,

Alar; celerem sequi Aiacem, C. 1, 15. 19.
Movit Aiacem Telamone natum forma Tec-
messae, C. 2, 4, 5. Ne quis humare velit
Aiacem, Atrida, vetas cur? Sat. 2, 3, 187.
Aiax, heros ab Achilli secundus, ib. v. 193.
Quid fecit? cet. ib. v. 201. Aiax cum im.
meritos occidit desipit agnos? ib. v. 211.

Aiar Oilei. Ep. 10, 14.

Albanum vinum; plenus Albani cadus. C.
4. 11,2; (vinum) Albanum sive Palernum,
Sct. 2, 8, 16.

Albanus. Albanis in herbis, C. 3, 23, 11.
Albanos lacus. C. 4, 1, 19. Albanas (Roma-
nas) secures, Carm. sec. 54. Albanam uvam,
Sat. 2, 4, 72. Albanis agris, E. 1,7, 10. Al-
ban in monte, E. 2. 1, 27.

Albinovanus Celsus. E. 1, 8, tota.
Albinus. Art. poet. 327.

Albius stupet Albius aere, Sat. 1, 4, 28;
(alius.) Albi ut male vivat filius, Sat. 1,4, 109,
Albius Tibullus. Albi, C. 1, 33, 1. Eius
miserabiles elegi, ib. v. 2. Albi nostrorum
sermonum candide iudex.

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Anchises. Anchisen canemus, C. 4. 15
31. Clarus Anchisae Venerisque sanguis
Carm, sec. 50.

Ancus; dives Tullus et Ancus, C. 4, 7, 15.
Numa quo devenit et Ancus, E. 1, 6, 27.
Andromeda. C. 3, 29, 17.
Anio. C. 1, 7, 13.
Antenor. E. 1, 2, 9.

Anticyra. Anticyram omnem, Sat. 2, 3,
83. Naviget Anticyram, ib. v. 166; tribus
Anticyris caput insanabile, Art. poet. 300.
Antilochus. C. 2, 9, 14.
Antiochus. C. 3, 6, 36.
Antiphates. Art, poet. 145.
Antium. C. 1, 35, 1.
Antonius. C. 4. 2.

Antonius (M.) triumvir.

Fonteius, Anto-

ni Amicus, Sat. 1, 5, 33; ille Cretam ventis
iturus non suis, Ep. 9, 29.

Antonius Musa. E. 1, 15, 3.
Anrur. Sat. 1, 5, 26.
Anytus. Sit. 2. 4, 3.
Apella. Sat. 1, 5, 100.
Apelles E. 2, 1, 239.
Apenninus. Ep. 16, 29.
Apollinaris. C. 4, 2, 9.

Albunea. C. 1. 7, 12.
Albutius. Canidio albuti quibus est Apollo; augur, C. 1, 2, 32. Apolline Del-
mica venenum minitatur, Sat. 2, 1, 48. Al-phos insignes, C. 1, 7,3; certus Apollo, C. 1,
buti senis exemplo saevus, Sat. 2, 2, 67. 7, 28; viduus pharetra risit Apollo, C. 1, 10,
Alcarus. Lesbio civi, C. 1, 32, 5; te so- 2. Pythius, C. 1, 16, 6; intonsum Cynthium,
nantem plenius aureo, Alcaee, plectro dura C. 1,21,2; natalem Delon Apollinis, C. I,
navis mala, C. 2, 13, 27. Alcaei minaces Ca-21, 10; dedicatum Apollinem, C. 1,31,1; ne
menae, C. 4, 9, 7. Temperat Archilochi que semper arcum tendit Apollo, C. 2, 10, 20.
Musam pede Alcaeus, E. 1, 19, 29. Discedo Delius et Patareus Apollo, C. 3, 4, 61; C. 4,
Alcaeus puncto illius, E. 2, 2, 99.

Alcides. C. 1, 12, 25.
Alcinous. E. 1, 2, 28.

Alexander. Gratus Alexandro regi Magno
fuit ille Choerilus, E. 2, 1, 232; ib. v. 237.
Fortis Alexandri, ib. v. 211.

Alexandrea. C, 4, 14, 35.
Alfenius. Sat. 1, 3, 130.
Alfius. Ep. 2, 67.

Algidus; gelido Algido, C. 1, 21, 6; nivali
Algido, C. 3, 23, 9: nigrae feraci frondis in
Algido, C. 4, 4, 58; tenet Algidum Diana,
Carm. sec. 69.

Allifanus, Sat. 2, 8, 39.
Allobror. Ep. 16. 6.

Alpes. Raetis sub Alpibus, C. 4 4, 17;
arces Alpibus impositas tremendis, C. 4, 14,
12. Alpium iuga, Ep. 1, 11; hibernas Alpes,
Sat. 2, 5, 41.

Alpinus. Sat. i, 10, 36-
Alyattes. C. 3, 16, 41.
Amazonius. C. 4, 4, 20.

Amor. Cythereae puer ales, C. 3, 12, 4;
remisso Filius (Veneris) arcu, C. 3, 27, 68;
lascivos Amores, C. 2. 16. 7.

Amphiaraus. C. 3, 16, 12.

6, totum. Latonae puerum, ib. v. 37. Sup-
plices audi pueros, Apollo! Carm. sec. 31;
dum intonsos agitaret Apollinis aura capillos,
Ep. 15, 9. Sic me servavit Apollo, Sat. 1,9,
78; magnus Apollo, Sat. 2, 5, 60. Scripta
Palatinus quaecunque recepit Apollo, E. 1. 3,
17; clare cum dixit. Apollo, E. 1, 16, 59;
munus Apolline dignum, E. 2, 1,216; cantor
Apollo, Art. poet. 407.

Appia via. Appiam manis terit, Ep. 4,
14; minus est gravis Appia tardis, Sat. 1,
5, 6.

Appius. Forum Appi, Sat. 1, 5, 3; via
Appi, . 1, 6, 26, et 1. 13, 20.
Aprilis, C. 4, 11, 16.

Apulia; altricis Apuliae, C. 3, 4, 10; siti
culosae Apuliae, Ep. 3, 16; incipit montes
Apulia notos ostentare mihi, Sat, 1, 5, 77.
Apulicus. C. 3, 24, 4.

Apulus. Apulis lupis, C. 1, 33, 7. Vulture
in Apulo, C. 3, 4, 8. Marsus et Apulus, C.
3, 5, 9; impiger Apulus, C. 3. 16, 26. Dauni
Apuli, C. 4, 14, 26; pernicis uxor Apuli, Ep.
2, 42. Lucanus an Apulus anceps (Hora
tius,) Sat. 2, 1, 34. Apuli gens, ib. v. 38.
Aquarius. Sat 1. 1. 36.

Amphion. Movit Amphion lapides canen- Aquilo. Africum decertantem Aquiloni-
do. C. 3, 11, 2; fratrum geminorum, Amphi-bus, C. 1, 3, 13. Aquilonibus querceia Gar-
onis atque Zethi, E. 1, 18, 41; fraternis ces
sisse putatur moribus Amphion. ib. v. 44.
Amphion, Thebanae conditor arcis, Art
poet. 394.

gani laborant, C. 2, 9, 6; incolis Aquilonibus,
C. 3, 10, 4. Aquilo impotens, C. 3, 30, 3. In-
surgat Aquilo, Ep. 10, 7, Threicio Aquilo-
ne, Ep. 13, 3. Aquilo radit terras, Sat, 2. 6,
25; pulveris, quantum non Aquilo Campa
Anacreon; si quid olim lusitAnacreon, C. nis excitat agris, Sat 2, 8, 56; receptus terra

Amyntas. Ep. 12, 18.

Neptunus classes Aquilonibus arcet, Art.
poet. 61.

Aquinas. E. 1. 10, 27.

Arabes; beatis Arabum gazis, C. 1, 29, 1.
Massagetas Arabasque, C. 1. 35, 40; plenas
Arabum domos, C. 2, 12, 24. Intactis opu.
lentior thesauris Arabum, C. 3, 24. 2; extre-
mos Arabas, E. 1. 6, 6; divitiis Arabum, E.
1, 7, 36.

E. 1, 5, 1.

Athenae. Palladis urbem. C. 1. 7, 5:
quidam memoratur Athenis sordidus ac dives
cet, Sat. 1, 1,64. lam mallet doctor Athenis
vivere, Sat. 2, 7, 13; pota, qui modo me
Thebis, modo ponit Athenis, F. 2, 1, 213;
bonae Athenae, E. 2, 2, 43; vacuis Athenas,
ib. v, 81.

Atlanteus. C. 1, 31, 11.
Atlanticus. C. 1, 31, 14.
Atlas. C. 1, 10, 1
Atreus. Art. poët. 186.

Arbuscula. Sat. 1, 10, 77.
Arcadia. C. 4, 12, 12.
Archiacus.
Atrides et Atridae. Atridas superbos, C.
Archilocus. Lycambae spretus infido ge- 1, 10, 13. Arsit Atrides medio in triumpho
ner. Ep 6, 13. Eupolin Archilocum, Sat. 2, Virgine rapta, C. 2, 4, 7. Ne quis humare
3, 12; numeros animosque secutus Archilo velit Aiacem, Atrida, vetas cur! Sat. 2, 3,
chi. E. 1, 19, 25. Temperat Archilochi Mu 187. Aiax mala multa precatus Attidis, Sat.
sam pede mascula Sappho, ib. v. 28. Archi-2, 3, 203; lites inter Peliden et inter Atriden,
lochum proprio rabies armavit iambo, Art. E. 1, 2, 12. Atride (Menelae !) E. 1, 7,43,
poet. 79.
Atta (T. Quinctius). E 2, 1, 79.
Attalicus. Attalicis condicionibus, C. 1,

Archytas. C. 1, 28, totum.

Arctos; sub Arcto, C. 1, 26, 3; opacam 1, 12. Attalicis ex urbibus una, E. 1, 11, 5.
Arcton, C. 2, 15, 16.

Arcturus. C. 3, 1, 27.
Areleius. Sat. 2, 6, 78.
Argeus. C. 2, 6, 5.

Argi: neque tu hoc facis Argis, Sat. 2, 3,
132; fuit haud ignobilis Argis cet, E. 2, 2,
128. Thebis nutritus an Argis, Art. poet.
118.

Argiri; meis (Iunonis) Argivis, C. 3, 3,
67; auguris Argivi, C. 3, 16, 12.

Argonautas. Ep. 3, 9.
Argos. C. 1, 7, 9.

Argous. Ep. 16, 57.

Aricia. Sat. 1, 5, 1.
Aricinus, E. 2, 2, 167.
Ariminensis. Ep. 5, 42

Aristarchus Art. poet. 450.

Aristippus. Graecus Aristippus servos
proficere aurum in media iussit Libya, Sat.
2,3,100. Nunc in Aristippi furtim praecep-
ta relabor, E. 1, 1, 18; si pranderet olus
patienter. regibus uti nollet Aristippus, E. 1,
17, 14. Oranis Aristippum decuit color et
status et res, ib. v. 23.

Aristius Fuscus. Fusce C. 1, 22, 4
Fuscus Aristius mihi carus, Sat. 1, 9, 61.
Fuscus, Sat. 1, 10 83, E. 1, 10, tota; urbis
amatorem. ib. v. 1.

Aristophanes. Cratinus Aristophanesque
poëtae, Sat. 1, 4, 1.

Armenius. Armeniis in oris, C. 2, 9, 4.
Claudi virtute Neronis Armenius cecidit, E.
1, 12, 27.

Arrius (Q); epulum arbitrio Arri, Sat. 2,
3, 86; progenies Arri, par nobile fratrum,
ib. v. 243.

Asella Vinnius. E. 1, 13, tota.

Asia; ditem Asiam, Sat. 1, 7, 19. Solem
Asiae Brutum appellat Persius, ib. v. 21;
pingues Asiae campi, E. 1, 3, 5.

Asina. E. 1. 13, 8.

Acinius Pollio. C. 2, 1, totum. Pollio
regum facta canit pede ter percusso, Sat. 1,
10, 42. ib. v. 85.

Assaracus. Ep. 13, 13.

Assyrius. Assyria nardo, C. 2, 11, 16;
urentes arenas litoris Assyri, C. 3, 4, 32.
Colchus an Assyrius, Art. poët, 118.

Asterie. C. 3, 7, Í.
Atabulus. Sat. 1, 5, 78.

Attalus. C. 2, 18, 5.

Atticus; finibus Atticis, C. 1,3,6; ut Atti-
ca virgo cum sacris Cereris procedit, Sat. 2,
8, 13.

Auctumnus. Pomifer Auctumnus, C. 4,
7, 11; caput Auctumnus agris extulit, Ep. 2,
18. Auctummus gravis, Libitinae quaestus
acerbae, Sat. 2, 6, 19.

Aufidius. Sat. 2, 4, 24.

Aufidius Luscus. Sat 1,5, 34.

Aufidus violens Aufidus, C. 3, 30, 10;
longé sonantem natus ad Aufidum. C. 4, 9,
2; tauriformis Aufidus, C. 4. 14, 25. Aufi-
dus acer. Sat. 1, 1, 58.

Augustus. Vide Caesar Octavianus.
Aulis. Sat. 2, 3, 199.
Aulon. C. 2, 6, 18.

Aulus praenomen, Sat. 2, 3, 171. Cascel-
lius Aulus, Art. poët, 371.

Ausonius. C. 4, 4, 56.

Auster; nocentum corporibus Austrum, C.
2, 14, 16. Auster dux inquieti turbidus Ha-
driae, C. 3, 3, 4; motus orientis Austri, C.
3, 27, 22; undas exercet Auster, C. 4, 14, 21,
Ep. 10, 4; navem iactantibus Austris, Sat. 1,
1,6; praesentes Austri, Sat 2, 2, 41; plum-
beus Auster, Sat. 2, 6, 18; leni Austro, Sat.
2, 8, 6; validus Auster, E. 1, 11, 15.

Aventinus. Aventinum tenet Algidum-
que Diana, Carm. sec. 69; cubat hic extremo
in Aventino, E 2, 2, 69.

Avernalis. Ep 5, 26.
Avidienus. Sat. 2, 2, 25.

B.

Babylonius. C. 1, 11, 2.
Bacchae. C 3, 25, 15.

Bacchius. Sat. 1, 7, 20.

Bacchus. Baccho Thebas insignes, C. 1,
7, 3. Semeleius Thyoneus, C 1, 17, 22.
Bacche pater, C, 1, 18. 6-7, 9, 11. Theba-
nae Semeles puer, C. 1, 19, 2; verecundum
Bacchum, C. 1, 27, 3: fertili Baccho, C. 2,
6, 19. Bacchum vidi docentem, C. 2, 19, 1;
pleno Bacchi pectora, ib v. 6. Pacis eras
mediusque belli, ib. v. 28; te, Bacche pater,
tuae vexere tigres, C 3, 3, 13. Laestrygonia
Bacchus in amphora, C. 3, 16, 34. Quo me.

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