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Sextus Propertius, Elegies (ed. Vincent Katz), Book 1, Addressed to Tullus, nephew of Lucius Volcacius Tullus, consul 33 and proconsul of Asia 30-29 (search)
Addressed to Tullus, nephew of Lucius Volcacius Tullus, consul 33 and proconsul of Asia 30-29 See poems 1, 14, and 22. RHIPAEAN MOUNTAINSa mythical range to the far north. MEMNONking of Ethiopia. PACTOLUSa river in Lydia formerly rich in gold. Really, I'm not afraid of exploring the Adriatic with you, Tullus, or to set sail on the Aegean. We could climb the Rhipaean mountains together! and go even further, to the land of Memnon, but the words and embraces of my girl make me linger, her earnest prayers and rapidly changing color. She pierces every night like a flame, complaining she is abandoned, no gods exist. She is already denying she is mine, making threats like a spurned girlfriend to a graceless man. I can't endure a single hour of these complaints! To hell with him who can be flippant in the face of love! Is it worth so much to me to know Athens' sophistications, to see the ancient splendors of Asia, when Cynthia launches such invective toward my ship and disfigures her f