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E. T. Merrill, Commentary on Catullus (ed. E. T. Merrill), Poem 55 (search)
The general character of the gesture is clear, despite the difficulty of emendation. See Crit. App. te ferre: i.e. to endure with patience your conduct. Herculi labos est: with the figure cf. Prop. 3.23.7 ubi pertuleris, quos dicit fama, labores Herculis. The genitive in -i from Greek proper names in -es is not infrequent in the earlier period and in Cicero. ubi sis futurus: where you are to be (found), that I may come thither at an appointed time and meet you. crede luci: in contrast with v. 2 tenebrae. The sportive manner of the girl (vv. 11-12) has awakened the poet's suspicions, and he is anxious to learn the truth from his friend's own lips. lacteolae: apparently not occurring again till Aus. Epi