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E. T. Merrill, Commentary on Catullus (ed. E. T. Merrill), Poem 36 (search)
ess, with which cf. the prayer of Chryses to Phoebus, Hom. Il. 1.37ff., etc. Idalium: a town and wooded mountain of Cyprus, whereon stood a renowned temple of Aphrodite; cf. Catul. 61.17; Catul. 64.96; Verg. A. 1.680 hunc super alta Cythera aut superam fissipedis per calami vias grassetur Cnidiae sulcus harundinis. Amathunta: a seaport town of southern Cyprus, where the Adonis cult was especially carried on; cf. Catul. 68.51 duplex Amathusia (of Venus). Golgos: this town of Cyprus held, according to Paus. 8.5.2, the oldest shrine of Aphrodite; cf. Theocr. 15.100 de/spoin' a(\ *golgw/s te kai\ *)ida/lion e)fi/lasas . Durrachium: formerly called Epidamnus, a seaport in southern Illyria, and t
E. T. Merrill, Commentary on Catullus (ed. E. T. Merrill), Poem 95 (search)
the careless literary fecundity of Hortensius with Cinna's careful elaboration of merely a short poem. But others, troubled by the speedy introduction of Volusius, see in v. 4 a reference to him as the facile author of the myriads of verses, and to Hortensius only as his patron (cf. Crit. App.). cavas: deep; cf. Catul. 17.4 cava in palude . Satrachi: a river of Cyprus, a favorite haunt of Aphrodite and Adonis, the son of Myrrha, or Zmyrna. The idea is that the poem of Cinna will be read in the depths of the distant island where its scene was laid. penitus: i. e. far into the interior. cana saecula: the hoary ages; so Martial of the distant past in Mart. 8.80.2. pervoluent: with diaeresis; cf. Intr. 86b.