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Agar, T.L. (1925),

‘Emendationes Catulli’, Mnemosyne n.s. 53, 171-6 and 273-282.

Agnesini, Alex (2009),

‘Catull. 16,10: hispidosis, una probabile lezione negletta’, Vichiana ser. iv, 11, 244-257.

Ahlwardt, Christian Wilhelm (1808),

Der Attis des Catullus, im Sylbenmasse des Originals (Oldenburg).

Akbar Khan, H. (1967),

‘An Interpretational Crux: Catullus LV and LVIIIa’, L’Antiquité Classique 36, 116-131.

Akbar Khan, H. (1969),

‘Three Epigrams of Catullus (Carm. 114, 115, 112)’, in: Bibauw (1969) I, 3-11.

Albini, G. (1961),

a conjecture in 66.59 made in the course of a lecture, quoted by Pighi (1961).

Ald. (1502),

Hieronymus Avantius and Aldus Manutius edd., Catullus. Tibullus. Propertius. (Venetiis).

Ald. (1515),

Hieronymus Avantius et Aldus Manutius edd., Catullus. Tibullus. Propertius. (Venetiis).

Allen, Archibald (1972),

‘Catullus’ English Channel’, CW 66, 146f. – On 11.11.

Allen, Archibald (1972a),

‘An Adjective for Caesar and Pompey’, CJ 68, 177f. – On 29.23.

Allen, Archibald (1974),

‘A Goddess in Catullus (25. 5)’, CPh 69, 212.

Allen, Archibald (1983),

‘Mamurra’s Next Gorge’, CPh 78, 231-2. – On 29.20.

Allen, Archibald (1989),

‘Catullus LXIV 287-88’, Mnemosyne ser. iv, 42, 94-6.

Allen, Grant (1892),

The Attis of Caius Valerius Catullus (London).

Allendorf, Tobias S. (2016),

‘Writing for an As. Catullus 50.3-4’, Mnemosyne ser. iv, 69, 128-32.

Anon. (1962),

revisions by an anonymous scholar to ‘The Poems of Gaius Valerius Catullus’, in: F.W. Cornish, J.P. Postgate and J.W. Mackail, Catullus, Tibullus, Pervigilium Veneris (Cambridge, Ma.), vii-183. – A revised version of Cornish (1913).

Anon. (1733):

see Jortin (1733).

Anon. (1821),

an anonymous review of Nobbe (1820) in Jenaische Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung vol. 18, no. 76, col. 127-8. – The review is signed ‘J.’

Arkins, B. (1977),

‘Catullus 58.5’, LCM 2, 237-8.

Arkins, B. (1983),

‘Further thoughts on Catullus 1’, LCM 8, 18-20.

Arkins, B. (1994),

‘Textual Questions in Catullus’, Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History 7, 211-26.

Arlt, A. (1883),

Catulls 36. Gedicht. Horaz. Sat. 2, 1, 34-39 = X. Programm des Städtischen Gymnasiums zu Wohlau (Wohlau). – At p. 5 on 36.9.

Astius, Fridericus (1812),

Anthologia latina poetica perpetua cum adnotatione in usum lectionum (Monachii).

Avancius, Hieronymus (1495),

Hieronymi auancii Veronensis artium doctoris in Val. Catullum & in Priapeias Emendationes … (Venetiis). – The volume was printed in 1495, but Avantius had completed his manuscript already in 1493: see fol. 6v.

Avancius, Hieronymus (1500),

Emendationum Hieronymi Auancii Veronensis in Lucretium: in Catullum: in Pryapeias: in Statii Syluas. Editio Secunda. (Venetiis).

Avancius, Hieronymus (1502):

see Ald. (1502).

Avancius, Hieronymus (1515):

see Ald. (1515).

Avancius, Hieronymus [1535],

Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, Gallus restituti per Hieronymum Avancium, Cardinali Farnesio dicantur … [Venetiis]. – On this volume see Kiss (2011), 269-71.

Axelson, Bertil (1960),

‘Das Haaröl der Berenike bei Catull und bei Kallimachos’, in: Studi in onore di Luigi Castiglioni (Firenze), 13-21.

B. Guarinus = Guarinus, Baptista = Guarini, Battista (1434?-1503) (1521),

apud A. Guarinum (1521) in commentariis.

Bach, E. C. Chr. (1823),

Geist der Römischen Elegie, oder auserlesene Gedichte aus Catull, Tibull, Properz und Ovid (Gotha). – All references are to the commentary.

Badian, E. (1980),

‘The Case of the Door’s Marriage (Catullus 67.6)’, HSCPh 84, 81-9.

Badian, E. (1972),

‘Mamurra’s fourth fortune’, CPh 77, 320-2.

Baehrens, Aemilius (1872),

‘emendationes in Cirin’, NJbb 105, 833-49.

Baehrens, Aemilius (1870),

ap. L. Mueller (1870). – At p. xxx on 64.216-7.

Baehrens, Aemilius (1874),

Analecta Catulliana (Ienae).

Baehrens, Aemilius (1876),

Catulli Veronensis Liber, Volumen I (Lipsiae).

Baehrens, Aemilius (1878),

‘Vier Verbesserungen zu Catullus’, NJbb 117, 769-70.

Baehrens, Aemilius (1881),

‘Zu lateinischen Dichtern’, NJbb 123, 401-16. – At p. 407-8 on 68.143.

Baehrens, Aemilius (1883),

‘Die Consonantengemination im Lateinischen’, NJbb 127, 774-798. – At p. 786 on 39.3.

Baehrens, Aemilius (1885),

Catulli Veronensis Liber, Volumen II: Commentarium (Lipsiae).

Bancks, W. & A. Annesley (1702),

Catulli, Tibulli, et Propertii opera Ad optimorum Exemplarium fidem recensita (Cantabrigiae). – The volume appeared anonymously; on its editors see McKie (2009) [297].

Barbarus, Hermolaus (1495),

Hermolai Barbari Patricii Veneti P(atriarchae) Aquiliensis Castigationes Plinianas … (Cremonae).

Bardon, H. (1970),

Catulli Carmina (Bruxelles).

Barrett, Anthony A. (1982),

‘Catullus 66.1: dispexit or despexit?’, RhM 125, 135-7.

Barthius, Casparus = Caspar von Barth (1587-1658) (1612),

‘Casp. BarthI ad Cl. Claudiani quae exstant Animadversiones’, in: id., ClaudI Claudiani Poetae praegloriosissimi quae exstant (Hanoviae), as part II.

Barthius, Casparus = Caspar von Barth (1587-1658) (1624),

Casp. BarthI Aduersariorum Commentariorum Libri LX … (Francofurti).

Barthius, Casparus = Caspar von Barth (1587-1658) (1664),

P. Papinii Statii quae exstant ex recensiones et cum animaduersionibus locupletis (Cygneae). 4 vols.

Barthius, Casparus = Caspar von Barth (1587-1658) (1827) =

Barthius, Casparus = Caspar von Barth (1587-1658) (1827),

in: Barthius, Casparus, Franciscus Fiedler ed. (1827), Casp. Barthii Observationes ad D. Junii Juvenalis scholia vetera et ad aliquot Catulli, Tibulli, Ovidii, Calpurnii, Plauti, Terentii, aliorumque locos ex ejusdem auctoris Adversariis Commentariis a. (sic!) B. Spohnio repertis nunc primum edidit Franciscus Fiedler (Vesaliae).

Barwick, K. (1928),

‘Zu Catull c. 55 und 58a’, Hermes 63, 66-80.

Bauer, Johannes (2000),

‘†liber avonculus: Catull. c. 84,5’, RhM 143, 222-3.

Bellido Díaz, José Antonio (2011),

‘Las notas a Catulo de A. Petreius y N. Heinsius’, Exemplaria Classica n.s. 15, 123-200.

Beltrami, Achille (1905),

‘Quale delle due lezioni Mella (Mela) o Melo (Mello) sia da preferire in Catullo, c. LXVII, v. 33’, Atti del Congresso Internazionale di Scienze Storiche (Roma, 1-9 aprile 1903). Volume II. Atti della Sezione I: Storia antica e filologia classica (Roma), 259-68.

Benoist, E. (1879),

in: Rostrand, Benoist and Thomas (1879-1890), vol. 1, in contextu. – Benoist edited the text of Catullus’ poems that was translated by Rostrand.

Benoist, E. (1879a),

‘Sur Catulle’, RPh n.s. 3, 26-7.

Benoist, E. (1882),

in: Rostrand, Benoist and Thomas (1879-1890), vol. 2.

Bentley, Richard (1662 – 1742) (1697),

‘Notae ad Elegiam Catulli de Coma Berenices’, in: Theodorus J.G.F. Graevius ed., Callimachi Hymni, Epigrammata, et Fragmenta … (Ultrajecti), 436-8.

Bentley, Richard (1662 – 1742) (1733):

see Jortin (1733), which is sometimes wrongly attributed to him.

Bentley, Richard (1662 – 1742) (1739),

M. Manilii Astronomicon (Londini). – At p. 227 on 63.16.

Bentley, Richard (1662 – 1742) (1760),

in M. Annaei Lucani Pharsalia Cum Notis Hugonis Grotii, et Richardi Bentleii (Strawberry-Hill). – At pp. 67-8 on the correction of Cybele to the form Cybebe (thus here at 63.9, 63.20, 63.35, 63.84 and 63.91).

Bergk, Theodor (1834),

‘Schedae criticae. Fasciculus I’, Zeitschrift für die Alterthumswissenschaft (Wetzlar) 1, No. 125, 1002-8. – At pp. 1004-5 on 64.309 and 64.320.

Bergk, Theodor (1834a),

Anacreontis carminum reliquias edidit Theodorus Bergk (Lipsiae). – At p. 33 on 61.215 and 61.217.

Bergk, Theodor (1835),

‘De Antimachi et Hadriani Catachenis’, Zeitschrift für die Alterthumswissenschaft 2, No. 37, cols. 300-302. – At col. 301 on 95.9.

Bergk, Theodor (1854),

apud Rossbach (1854) in apparatu (cfr. p. iii).

Bergk, Theodor (1856),

‘Philologische thesen’, Philologus 11, 382-5. – At p. 385 on 2.9 and 3.7.

Bergk, Theodor (1857),

‘Philologische thesen’, Philologus 12, 578-581. – At p. 581 on 1.9, 10.27, 62.7 and 63.5.

Bergk, Theodor (1860),

‘Kritische analekten’, Philologus 16, 577-647.

Bergk, Theodor (1860a),

‘Zwei Gedichte Catulls’, RhM 15, 507-513.

Bergk, Theodor (1861),

‘Kritische Studien zu Ennius’, NJbb 83, 316-334, 495-509 and 617-638.

Bergk, Theodor (1862),

Emendationum Plautinarum Pars III (Halis). – At p. 4 on 21.7 and 63.15-16.

Bergk, Theodor (1863),

Lectiones Catullianae (Halae).

Bergk, Theodor (1864),

‘Philologische Thesen’, RhM 19, 602-606. – At p. 605 on 25.5.

Bergk, Theodor (1870),

‘Philologische thesen’, Philologus 30, 677-682. – At p. 682 on 36.12. Published in 1871?

Bergk, Theodor (1874),

‘Zu den römischen Tragikern’, Philologus 33, 249-312. – At p. 305 on 61.199.

Bernardus Pisanus: see under Pisanus, Bernardus.

Bernhardy, Gottfried (1865),

Grundriss der Römischen Litteratur. Vierte Bearbeitung (Braunschweig). – At p. 552 on 68b.21-24 and 101.5-6.

Bettini, Maurizio (1978),

‘La stirpe degli eroi (a proposito di Catullo 64, 23b)’, MD 1, 195-8.

Bianco, Orazio (1964),

‘Catull, c. 55 e 58 a’, RCCM 6, 33-44. – At p. 35 on 55.9.

Bibauw, Jacqueline (1969),

Hommages à Marcel Renard (Bruxelles), 3 vols.

Bickel, Ernst (1940),

‘Catulls Werbegedicht an Clodia und Sapphos Phaonklage im Hochzeitslied an Agallis’, RhM 89, 194-215.

Bickel, Ernst (1941),

‘Der Kallimachospapyros “Die Locke der Berenike” und Catull als Übersetzer’, RhM 90, 81-146.

Bickel, Ernst (1950),

‘Catulli in Caesarem carmina’, RhM 93, 1-23.

Bickel, Ernst (1950a),

‘Hymen und Hymenaios bei Kallimachos und Catull’, RhM 93, 96. – On 66.77.

Bickel, Ernst (1950b),

‘era verecunda Catull 68, 136’, RhM 93, 384.

Birks, E.B. (1886),

[a paper on Catullus 6 read at a meeting of the Cambridge Philological Society on 12 November 1885], PCPhS 12, 27.

Birks, E.B. (1889),

apud Ellis (1889) 495, on 112.1-2.

Birt, Theodor (1878),

De Halieuticis Ovidio poetae falso adscriptis (Berolini: Diss. Marpurgi). – Pages 3-32 of Birt (1878) were reprinted as pages 1-30 of Birt (1878a).

Birt, Theodor (1878a),

De Halieuticis Ovidio poetae falso adscriptis (Berolini).

Birt, Theodor (1879),

‘Ueber die Vocalverbindung eu im Lateinischen’, RhM 34, 1-37. – At p. 9 on 64.109.

Birt, Theodor (1882),

Das Antike Buchwesen in seinem Verhältniss zur Literatur (Berlin).

Birt, Theodor (1890),

De Catulli ad Mallium epistula commentariolum (Marpurgi).

Birt, Theodor (1890a),

‘Die vaticanische Ariadne und die dritte Elegie des Properz’, RhM 50, 31-65. – At p. 51 on 64.254-5.

Birt, Theodor (1890b),

in: Ludovicus Scheffler, De perfecti in „vi” exeuntis formis apud poetas Latinos dactylicos occurrentibus (Diss. Marpurgi Cattorum), at p. 5. – On 66.12.

Birt, Theodor (1891),

Commentarioli Catulliani supplementum (Marpurgi). – At p. VI on Cat. 64.109.

Birt, Theodor (1892),

De Amorum in arte antiqua simulacris et de pueris minutis apud antiquos in deliciis habitis commentariolus Catullianus alter (Marpurgi).

Birt, Theodor (1895),

Commentariolus Catullianus tertius (Marburgi Cattorum).

Birt, Theodor (1897),

Beiträge zur lateinischen Grammatik. III. Sprach man avrum oder aurum? = RhM 52 Ergänzungsheft (Frankfurt am Main). – At p. 149 on 61.1.

Birt, Theodor (1901),

Der Hiat bei Plautus und die lateinische Aspiration bis zum X. Jhd. nach Chr. (Marburg). – At p. 242 on 22.13.

Birt, Theodor (1904),

‘Zu Catull’s Carmina minora’, Philologus 63, 425-471.

Birt, Theodor (1904a),

‘Zu Catulls Carmina maiora’, RhM 59, 407-450.

Birt, Theodor (1926),

Pontifex und sexagenarii de ponte (Zu Catull c. 17)’, RhM 75, 115-126.

Blümner, Hugo (1885),

‘zu Catullus’, NJbb 131, 879-881. – At p. 881 on poem 30 (see on 30.1).

Boehme, Paul (1862),

Quaestiones Catullianae (Bonn).

Bonaria, Mario (1959-60),

‘Tre noterelle catulliane’, Humanitas 11-12, 165-70. – At p. 166-9 on 61.25.

Bondam, Petrus (1759),

Petri Bondam Jurisconsulti Variarum Lectionum Libri Duo (Zutphaniae).

Bonin, A. (1885),

Untersuchungen über das 62. Gedicht von Catull = Städtisches Realgymnasium zu Bromberg. Programm … (Bromberg), 1-18.

Bonnet, Max (1883),

a review of Rostand, Benoist and Thomas (1879-1890), vols. 1-2, in Revue critique d’histoire et de littérature n.s. 15, no. 18, 343-351.

Braga, Domenico (1950),

Catullo e i poeti greci (Messina & Firenze). – At p. 135 on 55.21.

Brodaeus, Ioannes = Brodeau, Jean [1555?],

Miscellaneorum Libri Sex (Basileae). – At p. 8-9 on 27.3.

Brodaeus, Ioannes = Brodeau, Jean [1555],

Miscellaneorum Libri Sex (Basileae). – At p. 8-9 on 27.3.The year of printing is not entirely certain.

Broukhusius, Janus (Jan van Broekhuizen, 1649 –1707) (1702),

Sex. Aurelii Propertii Elegiarum Libri Quatuor (Amstelaedami).

Broukhusius, Janus (Jan van Broekhuizen, 1649 –1707) (1826),

in Huschke (1826).

Brunér, Eduardus a (1863),

‘De ordine et temporibus carminum Catulli’, Acta Societatis Scientiarum Fennicae 7, 599-657. – Note on p. 599: ‘Societati exhibitum d. 4 Nov. 1861.’

Buecheler, Franz (1860),

‘Coniectanea Critica’, in RhM 15, 289-315 and 428-457, at 437.

Buecheler, Franz (1862),

Petronii Saturae (Berolini). – At p. 74.

Buecheler, Franz (1863),

‘Vindiciae libri Priapeorum’, in RhM 18, 381-415. – At p. 401 on 5.13.

Buecheler, Franz (1863a),

a review of Priscae Latinitatis monumena epigraphica … edidit Friedericus Ritschelius, in: NJbb 87, 325-342 and 769-786. – At p. 333 on 63.15.

Buecheler, Franz (1866),

‘Clara obscura’, in: NJbb 93, 610. – On 64.119.

Buecheler, Franz (1868),

Coniectanea Latina = Index Scholarum in Vniversitate Litteraria Gyrphiswaldensi per semester hibernum anni MDCCCLXVIII - IX, 3-20 (Gryphiswaldiae).

Buecheler, Franz (1872),

r r im anlaut benachbarter silben im latein’, NJbb 105, 109-118. – At p. 114 on 64.274.

Buecheler, Franz (1882),

‘Altes Latein’, in: RhM 37, 516-530. – At p. 528.

Buecheler, Franz (1903),

‘Eine Verbesserung Petrons’, RhM 58, 624-626. – At p. 625.

Buren, A.W. van (1942-43):

see Van Buren (1942-43).

Burmannus, Petrus Jr. (1734),

‘Animadversiones Criticae in Catulli Carmen X’, in: Miscellaneae Observationes in Auctores Veteres et Recentiores vol. 5, tom. 1 (Amstelaedami), 1-16. – The article is signed “P.F.F.P.N.B.”, which surely means “Petrus, Franci Filius, Petri Nepos Burmannus”. Pieter Burman the Younger (1713-1778) was the son of Frans Burman (1671-1719), and the nephew of the Classicist Pieter Burman the Elder (1713-1778).

Burmannus, Petrus Jr. (1759),

Anthologia Veterum Latinorum Epigrammatum et Poëmatum siue Catalecta Poëtarum Latinorum ... cura Petri Burmanni Secundi (Amstelodami).

Bursian, Conrad (1876),

a review of Suess (1876) in Literarisches Centralblatt für Deutschland,no. 34, cols. 1132-3. – At col. 1133 on 36.9-10. Signed as ‘Bu.’

Bursian, Conrad (1878),

a review of Suess (1876) in Literarisches Centralblatt für Deutschland, cols. 1132-3. – At col. 1133 on 36.9-10. Signed as ‘Bu.’

Bury, John B. (1885),

‘Emendations’, Hermathena (vol. 5) no. 11, 267-276. – At pp. 271-3.

Bury, John B. (1892),

‘Catullus, LXVI. 59.’, CR 6, 366.

Bury, John B. (1909),

an abstract of the paper ‘Notes on Catullus’, delivered in Cambridge on 11 March 1909, in: PCPhS 82, 8-9.

Busche, Karl (1894),

‘zu Catullus’, NJbb 149, 393-9.

Butrica, James L. (2002),

‘Catullus 107.7-8’, CQ n.s. 52, 608-9.

Butterfield, David J. (2008),

‘On the Avoidance of eius in Latin Poetry’, RhM 151, 151-167. – At pp. 162-3 on 84.5.

Butterfield, David J. (2010),

‘Three Catullan Emendations’, Emerita 78, 67-76.

Butterfield, David J. (2011),

‘Duae coniecturae Catullianae’, Paideia 66, 541-4.

Butterfield, David J. (2011a),

two conjectures on 64.24 reported by Trimble (2011), 763, n. 5.

Büchner, Karl (1950),

‘Catull 68, 136’, MH 7, 14-18.

Cahen, R. (1902),

‘Catulle LXVII’, RPh 26, 164-180. – At p. 178 on 67.23.

Calphurnius, Ioannes (1481),

[Catulli, Tibulli, Propertii carmina et Statii Siluae], (Vincentiae).

Camps, W.A. (1973),

‘Critical and Exegetical Notes’, AJPh 94, 131-146.

Camps, W.A. (1987),

‘Notes on Catullus and Ovid’, CQ n.s. 37, 519-521. – At p. 519 on 67.12.

Camps, W.A. (1990),

‘Some conjectures’, AJPh 101, 442-6. – At p. 442 on 109.1.

Camps, W.A. (1990a),

apud Lee (1990) 186. – On 6.13.

Canter, Gulielmus (1564),

Gulielmi Canteri Ultraiectini Novarum Lectionum Libri Quatuor (Basileae).

Canter, Gulielmus (1566),

Gulielmi Canteri Ultraiectini Novarum Lectionum Libri Septem ... Editio secunda, tribus libris aucta (Basileae). – At p. 286 (= Book V, cap. 30) on 66.55-65.

Carrio, Ludovicus (1576),

Ludovici Carrionis Antiquarum Lectionum Commentarii III (Antverpiae).

Cassata, Letterio (1984),

‘Dall’afasia di Saffo a quella di Catullo’, in: Vincenzo Tandoi ed., Disiecti membra poetae vol. I (Foggia), 60-70. – On 51.8.

Cassata, Letterio (1986),

‘Due nuove edizioni di Catullo’, A&R n.s. 31, 13-22.

Castelvetro, Lodovico (1727),

Opere varie critiche di Lodovico Castelvetro gentiluomo modenese Non più stampate, Colla vita dell’autore scritta dal Sig. Proposto Lodovico Antonio Muratori (Berna 1727). – At p. 97 on 68b.41.

Castiglioni, Luigi (1924),

a review of Merrill (1923) in RFIC n.s. 2, 550-51. – At p. 551 on 36.12.

Castiglioni, Luigi (1941),

‘Decisa forficibus III.’, Reale Istituto Lombardo di Scienze e Lettere – Milano. Rendiconti. Classe di Lettere, vol. 74 (= ser. iii, no. 5), 389-418. – At p. 416 on 71.4.

Clumper, C.T. (1850),

‘Annotationes in Catulli epigrammata’, in: Miscellanea Philologa et Paedagogica 2 (Amstelodami), 146-150.

Colin, Jean (1954),

‘L’heure des cadeaux pour Thallus le cinède (Catulle, 25)’, REL 32, 106-110.

Colocius, Angelus = Angelo Colocci (1474-1549) (1549),

autograph notes in a copy of the editio princeps of 1472, now Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Incun. III. 19.

Colocius, Angelus = Angelo Colocci (1474-1549) (1549, earlier than),

autograph notes in a copy of the editio princeps of 1472, now Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Incun. III. 19.

Columna, Hieronymus (1590),

Q. Ennii Poetae Vetustissimi Quae Supersunt Fragmenta (Neapoli). – At p. 143 on 4.3.

Comfort, H. (1929),

‘An Interpretation of Catullus XXXVI’, CPh 24, 176-182. – At p. 181 on 36.9.

Condorelli, Sebastiano (1965),

‘I due carmi a Camerio’, Helikon 5, 463-480.

Condorelli, Silvia (2009),

‘Nota a Catullo 68, 157’, BStudLat 39, 606-615.

Conington, John (1861),

in Ellis (1867). – Conington passed on his conjectures to Ellis by 1862: see p. v.

Conte, Gian Biagio (1970-71),

‘Catullo 107.7-8’, Studi Classici e Orientali 19-20, 338-342.

Copley Frank O. (1976),

‘Catullus 25.5’, Latomus 35, 416-8.

Cornelissen, J.J. (1878),

‘Satura’, Mnemosyne n.s. 6, 305-314. – At pp. 305-7.

Cornish, Francis Warre (1904),

The Poems of Gaius Valerius Catullus (Cambridge).

Cornish, Francis Warre (1913),

‘The Poems of Gaius Valerius Catullus’, in: F.W. Cornish, J.P. Postgate and J.W. Mackail, Catullus, Tibullus, Pervigilium Veneris (Cambridge, Ma.), vii-183. – Later revised by Anon. (1962), and by Goold (1988).

Corradinus de Allio, Joannes Franciscus (1738),

Cajus Valerius Catullus in integrum restitutus (Venetiis).

Courtney, Edward (1982),

‘A miscellany on Latin poetry’, BICS 29, 49-54. – At p. 50 on 68b.91.

Courtney, Edward (1985),

‘Three poems of Catullus’, BICS 32, 85-100. – At p. 96 on 68b.141.

Courtney, Edward (2008),

‘Notes on Catullus and the Appendix Vergiliana’, MD 59, 185-9. – At p. 185 on 63.75.

Cremona, Virginio (1967),

‘Il carme 68 di Catullo « carmen dupliciter duplex »’, Aevum 41, 246-279. – At p. 264 on 68b.157-158.

Cressey, J. (1980),

‘Two textual notes: Catullus 64.393 and Thucydides 2.48.3’, LCM 3, 69-70. – On Cat. 64.393.

Cumpfe, K. (1882),

‘Exegetické příspěvky k. 64 básni Catullově’, Listy filologické a paedagogické 9, 269-286. – At p. 278 on 64.23b.

Cumpfe, K. (1883),

‘Kritické a exegetické příspěvky ke Catullovi’, Listy filologické a paedagogické 10, 183-202.

Currie, Bruno (1996),

‘A note on Catullus 63.5’, CQ n.s. 46, 579-581.

Czwalina, Iulius (1867),

De Euripidis studio aequabilitatis (Diss. Bonnae). – At p. [52] (‘Sententiae controversae’, No. 3) on 64.148.

Da Silva, Agostinho (1930),

‘Sur Catulle, LXVIIIb, 117 (157)’, RPh ser. iii, 4, 266-7.

Dacier, née Le Fèvre, Anne (1675),

Callimachi Cyrenaei Hymni, Epigrammata et Fragmenta ... cum notis Annae Tanaequilli Fabri Filiae (Parisiis).

Daly, L.W. (1971),

apud Minyard (1971), 178. – On 29.23.

Dam, H.J. van (1990),

see Van Dam (1990).

Dawes, Richardus (1745),

Miscellanea Critica in sectiones quinque dispertita (Cantabrigiae).

De Clercq van Jever, Ezra (1767),

Specimen selectarum observationum in M. Annaei Lucani Pharsaliam, Novae Editionis Prodromus (Lugduni Batavorum). – At p. 8 on 66.18.

De Clercq van Jever, Ezra (1772),

Selectarum observationum in M. Annaei Lucani Pharsaliam specimen alterum (Lugduni Batavorum).

Della Corte, Francesco (1977),

Catullo: Le poesie [Milano].

Della Corte, Francesco [1951],

Due studi Catulliani (Genova).

Delz, Josef (1977),

‘Catulls Konsolationsepigramm für Calvus’, MH 34, 74-6. – At p. 76 on 96.4.

Delz, Josef (1998),

‘Zu lateinischen Dichtern’, MH 55, 60-64. – At p. 60 on 64.344.

Dempster, Thomas (1558),

in: Ioannes Rosinus and Thomas Dempster (1558), Antiquitatum Romanarum Corpus Absolutissimum, in quo praeter ea quae Ioannes Rosinus delineauerat, Infinita supplentur, mutantur, adduntur; … Thoma Dempstero. Editio postrema, prioribus emendatior, & accuratior (Genevae). – At p. 135 (Paralipomena ad lib. ii, cap. iv) on 63.63.

Deroux, Carl (1969),

‘Catulle, 29, 20’, Latomus 28, 488-9.

Deroux, Carl (1977),

‘Un nouveau personnage catullien’, RBPh 55, 56-78.

Dettmer, Helena (1984),

‘A fresh look at Catullus 1.9’, LCM 9, 74-5.

Dettmer, Helena (1987),

‘Catullus 107. 7-8’, CW 80, 371-3.

Diggle, James (2006),

‘On the text of Catullus’, MD 57, 85-104.

Dilthey, Karl (1860-1907),

manuscript notes in an exemplar of the 1857 imprint of Rossbach 1854, which Dilthey acquired in 1860, now Göttingen, Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, 8° Auct. Lat. I, 5280.

Doederlein, Ludwig (Ludovicus), (1836),

Lectionum variarum hebdomas (Erlangae). – At pp. 7-8 on 55.9.

Doederlein, Ludwig (Ludovicus), (1839),

Lectionum variarum trias (Erlangae).

Doederlein, Ludwig (Ludovicus), (1847),

‘Miscellen’, in: id., Reden und Aufsätze. Ein Beitrag zur Gymnasialpädagogik und Philologie. Zweite Sammlung (1847), 298-316. – At p. 300 on 51.4-5.

Doederlein, Ludwig (Ludovicus), (1860),

‘Miscellen’, in: id., Oeffentliche Reden mit einem Anhange pädagogischer und philologischer Beiträge (Frankfurt am Main und Erlangen), 437-446. – At p. 442 on 12.5.

Doederlein, Ludwig = Ludovicus Doederlinus (1839),

Lectionum variarum trias (Erlangae).

Doederlein, Ludwig = Ludovicus Doederlinus (1836),

Lectionum variarum hebdomas (Erlangae). – At pp. 7-8 on 55.9.

Doederlein, Ludwig = Ludovicus Doederlinus (1847),

‘Miscellen’, in: id., Reden und Aufsätze. Ein Beitrag zur Gymnasialpädagogik und Philologie. Zweite Sammlung (1847), 298-316. – At p. 300 on 51.4-5.

Doederlein, Ludwig = Ludovicus Doederlinus (1860),

‘Miscellen’, in: id., Oeffentliche Reden mit einem Anhange pädagogischer und philologischer Beiträge (Frankfurt am Main und Erlangen), 437-446. – At p. 442 on 12.5.

Doering, Fridericus Gulielmus (1778),

C. Valerii Catulli Epithalamium de nuptiis Pelei et Thetidos uarietate lectionis et perpetua adnotatione illustratum (Numburgi).

Doering, Fridericus Gulielmus (1788),

C. Valerii Catulli Carmina varietate lectionis et perpetua adnotatione illustrata … Tomus prior (Lipsiae). – Poems 1-64.

Doering, Fridericus Gulielmus (1792),

C. Valerii Catulli Carmina varietate lectionis et perpetua adnotatione illustrata … Tomus posterior (Lipsiae). – Poems 65-116.

Doering, Fridericus Gulielmus (1834),

C. Valerii Catulli Veronensis Carmina (Altonae).

Dolç, Miguel (1963),

G. Valerio Catulo: Poesías (Barcelona).

Dornseiff, Franz (1936),

‘Die Trümmer im Catullbuch’, Philologus 91, 346-9.

Dousa filius, Ianus = Jan van der Does (1592),

Iani Dousae Filii in Catullum Tibullum Propertium Coniectanea et Notae ... (Lugduni Batavorum). – Printed after Dousa filius (1592ed).

Dousa filius, Ianus = Jan van der Does (1592ed),

Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius ... (Lugduni Batavorum).

Dousa pater, Ianus = Jan van der Does (1581),

Iani Dousae Nordovicis Praecidanea Pro Q. Valerio Catullo (Antverpiae).

D’Angour, Armand J. (2000),

‘Catullus 107: A Callimachean Reading’, CQ 94 (n.s. 50), 615-8. – On 107.7-8.

D’Anna, Giovanni (1994),

‘La concezione etica dell’ultimo Catullo’, in: N. Criniti ed., Catullo e Sirmione. Società e cultura della Cisalpina alle soglie dell’impero (Brescia), 47-52. – At 47 on 41.1.

D’Arbela, Edmondo [1947],

Catullo: I carmi (Milano).

D’Orville, Jacobus Philippus (1750),

Animadversiones in Charitonis Aphrodisiensis de Chaerea & Callirrhoe narrationum amatoriarum libros VIII (Amstelodami).

Earle, Mortimer Lamson (1903),

‘Observatiunculae de locos quosdam poetarum romanorum’, RPh n.s. 27, 269-272.

Ed. 1472 (1472),

[Catulli, Tibulli, Propertii carmina et Statii Siluae (Venetiis)]. – Catullus’ editio princeps. The editor has been identified as Hieronymus Squarzaficus or Girolamo Squarzafico or Squarzaficio; printed by Vindelinus de Spira.

Ed. 1742 (1742),

Catullus Tibullus Propertius ad fidem optimorum librorum accurate recensiti quibus adiectum est Peruigilium Veneris (Gottingae).

Ed. Bipontina (1783),

Catullus Tibullus Propertius cum Galli fragmentis et Pervigilio Veneris (Biponti).

Ed. Cantabrigiensis (1702):

see Bancks & Annesley (1702).

Ed. Iuntina (1503),

Catullus Propertius Tibullus (Florentiae). – Edited by one Benedictus ‘philologus Florentinus’; printed by Philippus Iunta.

Ed. Mediol. (1475),

Catulli, Tibulli, Propertii, et liber Siluarum Statii Papinii [Mediolani]. – According to the colophon to Propertius, ‘Catulli. Tibulli. Propertii. & liber Siluarum Statii papinii in isto volumine continetur. Et impressi sunt opere & impensa Iohannis de colonia:& Iohannis manthen de ghersem qui una Venetiis fideliter Viuunt.’ However, the volume was printed in Milan by Philippus de Lavagnia.

Ed. Parmensis (1473):

see Puteolanus (1473).

Ed. Reg. (1481),

[Tibulli, Catulli, Propertii carmina]. – Printed in Regii Lepidi (Reggio Emilia).

Ed. Rom. (1479 ca.),

Catulli Veronensis Epigrammaton Libellus (Romae).

Ed. Ven. (1475):

see ed. Mediol. (1475).

Ed. Ven. (1500):

the text of the poems of Catullus that was printed together with Avancius 1500.

Eden, P.T. (1994),

‘Catullus 25 5: A Reconstruction’, Mnemosyne ser. iv, 47, 515-6.

Eglinus, Raphael [1606],

C. Valerii Catulli Casta Carmina, Ad usum studiosae Adolescentiae selecta ab Raphaele Eglino Iconio Tigurino … [Francofurti]. – At p. 7 on 1.9. The imprint wrongly indicates the date as 1506.

Eldick, Erik Hubert van (1782),

an autograph letter to Laurentius Santenius dated 15 June 1782, now Berlin, Deutsche Staatsbibliothek – Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Diez. B. Sant. 42, fols. 50-51.

Eldick, Erik Hubert van (1785),

an autograph letter to Laurentius Santenius dated 21 September 1785, now Berlin, Deutsche Staatsbibliothek – Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Diez. B. Sant. 42, fols. 52-53.

Eldick, Erik Hubert van (1788),

in Santenius (1788).

Eldikius, Ericus Hubertus (1788):

see Erik Hubert van Eldick (1788).

Ellis, Robinson (1867),

Catulli Veronensis Liber (Oxonii).

Ellis, Robinson (1876),

A Commentary on Catullus (Oxford).

Ellis, Robinson (1878),

Catulli Veronensis Liber, ed. 2 (Oxonii).

Ellis, Robinson (1885),

‘Adversaria’, JPh 14, 78-92. – At 84-6.

Ellis, Robinson (1888),

‘Adversaria’, JPh 17, 128-141.

Ellis, Robinson (1889),

A Commentary on Catullus, ed. 2 (Oxford).

Ellis, Robinson (1890),

‘Catull. LXIV 109’, Philologus 49, 270.

Ellis, Robinson (1890a),

apud Owen (1890). – At p. 311 on 64.109.

Ellis, Robinson (1904),

Catulli Carmina (Oxonii).

Eschenburg, Bernhardus (1865),

Observationes Criticae in Propertium (Diss. Bonn).

Everett, William (1887),

‘Emendation to Catullus, XXIX 8’, AJPh 8, 473.

Everett, William (1888),

in: ‘Correction’, AJPh 9, 126.

Everett, William (1889),

‘Catullus. – Carm. XXIX’, CR 3, 291-3.

Faber, Tanaquil = Tanneguy Le Fèvre or Lefebvre (1615-1672) (1675),

in Dacier (1675) p. 218. – On 66.77 and 66.82.

Faernus, Gabriel (1510-1561) (1566),

in Statius (1566).

Faernus, Gabriel (1510-1561) (1826),

‘De versibus comicis liber imperfectus’, in: Fridericus Volfgangus Reizius ed., M. Acci Plauti Rudens (Lipsiae), 99-104. – At p. 102 on 29.20.

Fay, Edwin W. (1910),

a review of Friedrich (1908) in AJPh 31, 81-90.

Fea, Carolus (1811),

Quincti Horatii Flacci opera … Tomus Primus (Romae).

Ferrari, Ottaviano (1518-1586) (1530-86 a),

marginalia in a copy of Ald. (1515), now Bodleian Library, Oxford, Auct. 2R 6.28. – Signed Octaviani Ferrarij on fol. 1r. Ferrari is not likely to have started annotating Catullus much before 1530.

Ferrari, Ottaviano (1518-1586) (1530-86 b),

marginalia in a copy of Ald. (1515), now Bodleian Library, Oxford, Auct. 2R 6.29. – Signed O. F. The hand is the same as in Ferrari (ca. 1530-1586 a).

Ferrero, Leonardo (1955),

Interpretazione di Catullo (Torino).

Fink, Robert O. (1963),

‘Catullus, 64, 109’, AJPh 84, 72-4.

Fink, Robert O. (1983),

‘Catullus, “Carmen” 32’, CW 76, 292-4. – At p. 294 on 32.1.

Fisch, Richard (1875),

De Catulli in vocabulis collocandis arte quaestiones selectae. Berolini – At p. 51.

Fisch, Richard (1884),

‘Zur Geschichte der handschriftlichen Überlieferung des Catull’, Wochenschrift für Klassische Philologie 1, no. 5, cols. 152-6 and no. 6, cols. 180-88. – The summary of a lecture delivered in the previous December at the Berliner Gymnasial- und Realgymnasial-Lehrer-Gesellschaft.

Fleischer, Josef (1898),

Vorschläge zur Berichtigung des Catull-Textes = Stefan von Repta ed., Jahres-Bericht des Gr.-Or. Ober-Gymnasiums in Suczawa (Suczawa), Part 1 = pp. 1-40.

Fletcher, G.B.A. (1967),

‘Catulliana’, Latomus 26, 104-6. – At p. 105 on 63.15.

Floratos, Charalampos S. (1957),

Über das 64. Gedicht Catulls (Athen). – At p. 23 on 64.254.

Fordyce, C.J. (1961),

Catullus. A Commentary (Oxford).

Fordyce, C.J. (1973),

Catullus. A Commentary, ed. 2 (Oxford).

Forsyth, Phyllis Young (1987),

‘Catullus 54: A Note’, CW 80, 421-3. – See also the same author below as Phyllis R. Young.

Forsyth, Phyllis Young (1989),

‘A Note on Catullus 67.32’, CW 83, 30-31.

Foscolo, Ugo (1803),

La Chioma di Berenice, poema di Callimaco, tradotto da Valerio Catullo, volgarizzato ed illustrato da Ugo Foscolo (Milano).

Foster, Jonathan (1971),

‘Catullus, 55. 9-12’, CQ n.s. 21, 186-7.

Fowler, Don (1953-1999) (2002),

in Lyne (2002), 604. – On 34.22.

Fraenkel, Eduard (1961),

‘Two Poems of Catullus’, JRS 51, 46-53.

Friedrich, Gustav (1908),

Catulli Veronensis liber (Leipzig & Berlin). – References are to the text and the commentary ad loc., unless otherwise indicated.

Fritze, Edmundus (1862),

C. Valerii Catulli carmen LXIV. recensuit Edmundus Fritze, Phil. Dr. (Halberstadt).

Fröhlich, Johann von Gott (1840),

a review of Haupt (1837) in: Gelehrte Anzeigen (München) vol. 11, no. 135, col. 41-45; no. 136, col. 49 - vol. 137, col. 64; vol. 138, col. 68-72.

Fröhlich, Johann von Gott (1846),

‘Ueber Catullus’ Carmen XXIX: „Quis hoc potest uidere, quis etc.? ’, in: Gelehrte Anzeigen (München) vol. 23, no. 131, col. 23 – no. 133, col. 36.

Fröhlich, Johann von Gott (1849),

‘Q. Valerii Catulli Veron. liber. (Ex rec. C. Lachmanni. Berol. Typis et impensis Ge. Reimeri A. 1829.) Vorschläge zur Berechtigung des Textes’, in: Abhandlungen der I. Classe der königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften (München) 5.3, 233-276.

Fröhlich, Johann von Gott (1851),

‘Ueber einige Gedichte des Valerius Catullus’, Abhandlungen der I. Classe der königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften (München) 6.2, 257-279.

Fröhner, Wilhelm (1858),

‘Zu Catull’, RhM 13, 147-150.

Fröhner, Wilhelm (1859),

‘Controversen zur textesgeschichte des Catullus’, Philologus 14, 568-585.

Fröhner, Wilhelm (1892),

‘Kritische Studien’, RhM 47, 291-311. – At pp. 304-7.

Fruterius, Lucas = Fruytiers, Lucas (1541-1566) (1584),

Lucae Fruterii Brugensis Librorum Qui recuperari potuerunt Reliquiae. Inter quos Verisimilium Lib. II et Versus miscelli. … Omnia nunc primum edita, curâ u.n. Iani Dousae a Nortwyck (Lugduni Batavorum).

Fruterius, Lucas = Fruytiers, Lucas (1541-1566) (1605),

‘Lucae Fruterii Coniectaneorum verisimilium Liber III’, in: Gruterus (1605), 339-384.

Fruterius, Lucas = Fruytiers, Lucas (1541-1566) (1605a),

‘Epistolae aliquot philologicae’, in: Gruterus (1605), 384-403.

Fuchs, Harald (1968),

‘Zu Catulls Gedicht an Flavius (c. 6)’, MH 25, 54-6. – On 6.12.

Fuss, J.D. (1823),

Ad J. D. Lycocriticum Epistula (Leodii).

Gabbema, Simon (1659),

Catullus, Tibullus et Propertius, Et qua sub Galli nomine Circumferuntur, Cum selectis variorum Commentariis, Accurante Simone Abbes Gabbema (Trajecti ad Rhenum).

Gaertner, Thomas (2007),

‘Kritisch-exegetische Überlegungen zu Catullgedichten’, AAntHung 47, 1-41.

Gaisser, Julia Haig (1993),

Catullus and his Renaissance Readers (Oxford).

García Armendáriz, José-Ignacio (2012),

‘Catulo 44, 15 (otio, ocimo, alio)’, Paideia 67, 593-605.

Garrod, H.W. (1908),

‘Notes on Catullus and Lucretius’, JPh 31, 57-83.

Garrod, H.W. (1912),

The Oxford Book of Latin Verse (Oxford).

Gebhardus, Ianus (1618a),

Iani Gebhardi in Catullum, Tibullum, Propertium Animadversiones cum Jani Meleagri in C. Valerium Catullum Spicilegio (Hanoviae).

Gebhardus, Ianus (1618),

Caii Valerii Catulli, Albii Tibulli, Sexti Aurelii Propertii, Quae exstant … (Hanoviae).

Georg, Bernhard (1996),

‘Catullus 61.90-6’, CQ n.s. 46, 302-4.

Gesner, Joannes Matthias (1735),

Scriptores Rei Rusticae Veteres Latini: Cato, Varro, Columella, Palladius … (Lipsiae). – At vol. 1, p. 510 on 64.67.

Ghiselli, Alfredo (1988),

‘Il carme 107 di Catullo’, in: Filologia e forme letterarie. Studi offerti a Francesco Della Corte (Urbino) vol. 2, 339-348.

Giangrande, Giuseppe (1970),

‘Catullus 67’, QUCC 9, 84-131. – At pp. 112-117 on 67.34.

Giangrande, Giuseppe (1975),

‘The Stepmother-motif in Catullus’, Eranos 73, 109-111.

Giangrande, Giuseppe (1976),

‘Catullus 64.35’, LCM 1, 111-112.

Giardina, Gian Carlo (1973-74),

‘Catull. 55, 2’, MCr 8-9, 202. – Reprinted in Giardina (2003), 15.

Giardina, Gian Carlo (1983),

‘Note a Catullo’, MCr 18, 229-231. – Reprinted in Giardina (2003), 3-6.

Giardina, Gian Carlo (1984-85),

‘Note a Catullo’, MCr 19-20, 193-7. – Reprinted in Giardina (2003), 7-12.

Giardina, Gian Carlo (1997-2000),

‘Note a Catullo’, MCr 32-35, 143-4. – Reprinted in Giardina (2003), 13-14.

Giardina, Gian Carlo (2003),

Contributi di critica testuale. Da Catullo alla Historia Augusta (Roma).

Giardina, Gian Carlo (2007),

Munera Cereris in Catullo 68, 10?’, Philologus 151, 182-3. – Reprinted in Giardina (2012), 15-16.

Giardina, Gian Carlo (2008),

‘Emendamenti al testo di vari poeti e prosatori latini (Catullo, Cons. ad Liviam, Columella, Petronio, Stazio, Valerio Flacco)’, Prometheus 34, 48-52. – Reprinted in Giardina (2012), 48-52.

Giardina, Gian Carlo (2009),

‘Emendamenti al testo di tre poeti latini (Catullo, Lucrezio, Orazio)’, Prometheus 35, 231-6.

Giardina, Gian Carlo (2011),

‘Per il testo e la interpretazione di Catullo 1.9-10’, Prometheus 37, 56-60. – Reprinted in Giardina (2012), 23-8.

Giardina, Gian Carlo (2012),

Contributi di critica testuale II. Da Catullo a Shakespeare (Pisa & Roma).

Gifanius, Obertus (1565),

T. Lucretii Cari De Rerum Natura Libri Sex (Antverpiae).

Gigli, Angelo (1880),

I carmi di C. Valerio Catullo Veronese novellamente espurgati, tradotti ed illustrati per uso delle scuole Italiane (Roma).

Giri, Iacobus (1894),

De locis qui sunt aut habentur corrupti in Catulli carminibus. Volumen I (Augustae Taurinorum). – Volume II never appeared.

Giri, Iacobus (1909),

‘De Catulli carmine LXVII’, RFIC 37, 527-547.

Goldbacher, Alois (1907),

‘Das 51. Gedicht des Catullus’, WS 29, 110-5. – At p. 110 on 51.8.

Goligher, W.A. (1899),

‘The Sixty-Seventh Ode of Catullus’, Hermathena (vol. 10) no. 25, 312-8. – At p. 313 on 67.1.

Goold, G.P. (1958),

‘A New Text of Catullus’, Phoenix 12, 93-116. – A review of Mynors (1958).

Goold, G.P. (1969),

‘Catullus 3.16’, Phoenix 23, 186-203.

Goold, G.P. (1973),

C. Valerii Catulli Carmina (Grotonii).

Goold, G.P. (1981),

‘Two notes on Catullus 1’, LCM 6, 233-8.

Goold, G.P. (1983),

Catullus (London).

Goold, G.P. (1988),

in: F.W. Cornish, J.P. Postgate, J.W. Mackail ed. & transl., G.P. Goold rev., Catullus, Tibullus, Pervigilium Veneris (Cambridge, Ma. & London).

Graevius, Joannes Georgius (1680),

Catullus Tibullus & Propertius Cum integris Commentariis Iosephi Scaligeri Ach. Statii M. Ant. Mureti Iani Dousae patris filiique et aliorum ex Museo Joannis Georgii Graevii (Traiecti ad Rhenum). – The text is apparently based on Dousa filius (1592ed), and has barely been revised.

Granarolo, Jean (1981),

‘Encore à propos de la Crux Catulle XXV, 5: Essai de solution’, Latomus 40, 571-9.

Granarolo, Jean (1983-84),

‘Quelques composantes mélodiques de l’alexandrinisme Catullien’, Euphrosyne n.s. 12, 111-30. – At p. 113 on 36.12.

Gratwick, A.S. (1979),

Quam lepide lexeis compostae…: Catullus 64. 174’, CQ n.s. 29, 112-116.

Gratwick, A.S. (1991),

‘Catullus XXXII’, CQ n.s. 41, 547-551. – At p. 550 on 32.4.

Gratwick, A.S. (1992),

‘Those Sneezes: Catullus 45.8-9, 17-18’, CPh 87, 234-240.

Gratwick, A.S. (2002),

Vale, Patrona Virgo: the text of Catullus 1.9’, CQ 52, 305-320. – On 1.9.

Gray, J.H. (1886),

[notes on Catullus], PCPhS 13, 2-3. – Printed in 1887.

Grebe, Fredericus Wilhelmus (1912),

Studia Catulliana (Diss. Amstelodami).

Green, Peter (2005),

The Poems of Catullus. A Bilingual Edition (Berkeley, Los Angeles and London).

Gronovius, Johannes Fridericus (1637),

In P. Papinii Statii Silvarum Libros V Diatribe (Hagae-Comitis). – At p. 388 on 62.22.

Gronovius, Johannes Fridericus (1655),

Titi Livii Historiarum quod extat Cum perpetuis Gronovii et Variorum Notis (Amstelodami). – At p. 547 on 55.1.

Gronovius, Johannes Fridericus (1656),

De Sestertiis seu Subsecivorum Pecuniae ueteris Graecae & Romanae libri IV (Amstelodami). – At pp. 547-570 (book III, chapter 17).

Gruppe, Otto F. (1859),

Minos. Über die Interpolationen in den Römischen Dichtern, mit besonderer Rücksicht auf Horaz, Virgil und Ovid (Leipzig).

Gruterus, Ianus (1591),

Iani Gruteri Suspicionum Libri IX (Witebergae). – At Book II, chapter 3 on 37.10.

Gruterus, Ianus (1602),

Lampas, siue Fax Artium Liberalium, hoc est, Thesaurus Criticus ... Tomus Primus (Francofurti). – This and the successive volumes of Lampas contain a number of philological works by others that were edited by Gruterus.

Gruterus, Ianus (1605),

Lampas, siue Fax Artium Liberalium, hoc est, Thesaurus Criticus … Tomus Quintus (Francofurti).

Guarinus, Alexander = Guarini, Alessandro (1521),

Alexandri Guarini Ferrariensis in C. V. Catullum Veronensem per Baptistam Patrem Emendatum Expositiones … (Venetiis). --- An edition of Catullus with commentary. Alexander Guarinus took many of his ideas about the text of Catullus from his father Baptista, but surely not all: note 30.7 inique me, not mentioned in the commentary, where Alexander has surely taken over Avantius’ conjecture, whose work he knew, witness 80.8; and note also 55.4, where Alexander tells what his father thought and adds an idea of his own. In this repertory all the new readings that are proposed in the commentary or appear in the edition are assigned to Alexander, except for those that he explicitly attributes in the commentary to his father.

Guarinus, Baptista = Guarini, Battista (1434?-1503) (1521),

apud A. Guarinum (1521) in commentariis.

Gulielmius, Ianus (1583),

Iani GulielmI Plautinarum Quaestionum Commentarius (Lutetiae). – At pp. 284-5 on 23.21.

Gurlitt, J. (1787),

‘Anmerkungen über einige Stellen aus Katull’, in: id., Katulls epischer Gesang von der Vermälung des Peleus und der Thetis (Leipzig), 92-132.

Guyet, François (1575-1655) (1656, before),

marginalia in a printed edition of Catullus, now lost.

Guyet, François (1575-1655) (1656, before, a),

a copy of Guyet (ante 1656) made around 1670-1700 by Broukhusius, now Berlin, Deutsche Staatsbibliothek – Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Bibl. Diez. oct. 2436. – There are some minor differences between this and Guyet (ante 1656 b). I suspect that both may have been copied from Guyet’s autograph, or perhaps from an earlier copy of it. Alternatively, (a) could be a copy of (b); the other way around seems very unlikely.

Guyet, François (1575-1655) (1656, before, b),

a copy of part of Guyet (ante 1656) made around 1670-1700 by Broukhusius, now Berlin, Deutsche Staatsbibliothek – Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Diez. B. Sant. 45, fols. 81r-85v.

H.R. (1830),

a review of Sillig (1822) and Naudet (1826), in Jenaische Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung vol. 26, part 4, no. 197, col. 129 – no. 198, col. 142. – The reviewer has not been identified.

Haase, Fridericus (1861),

Miscellaneorum Philologicorum Liber III (Vratislaviae). At pp. 12-16 on 65.9-14; see also on 101.6.

Halbertsma, Tjalling J. (1829-1894) (1877),

‘Otium Harlemense’, Mnemosyne n.s. 5, 329-336. – See ‘Ad Catullum’ at pp. 333-5.

Halbertsma, Tjalling J. (1829-1894) (1896),

in: Halbertsma, Tjalling J.; Henricus van Herwerden ed. (1896), Tjallingi Halbertsmae Adversaria Critica (Leidae). – At pp. 144-5 on 14.14, 29.20, 61.226-7 and 68a.2.

Hand, Ferdinand = Handius, Ferdinandus (1809),

Observationum Criticarum in Catulli Carmina Specimen (Lipsiae).

Hand, Ferdinand = Handius, Ferdinandus (1845),

Tursellinus seu de particulis Latinis commentarii, uolumen quartum (Lipsiae). – At p. 264 on 63.62.

Hand, Ferdinand = Handius, Ferdinandus (1848),

Q. Valerii Catulli Carmen LV in antiquam formam restitutum (Ienae). = Noui Prorecturatus Auspicia … Q. Valerii Catulli Carmen LV in antiquam formam restituere conatus est Ferdinandus Handius, pp. [5]-15.

Hand, Ferdinand = Handius, Ferdinandus (1849),

Quaestiones Catullianae (Ienae).

Harnecker, Otto (1879),

Beitrag zur Erklärung des Catull (Friedberg Am.). – At p. 4 on 2.7.

Harrington, Karl P. (1943-1944),

‘C. 25.1-5’, CW 36, 249-250. – On 25.5.

Harrison, Stephen J. (1985),

‘Catullus 61.109-13 (again)’, PCPhS 211 (n. s. 31), 11-12. – On 61.110.

Harrison, Stephen J. (1996),

in: Currie (1996), p. 580, with n. 8. – On 63.5.

Harrison, Stephen J. (1996a),

‘Mythological incest: Catullus 88’, CQ 90 (n.s. 46), 581-2. – At p. 581, n. 1 on 88.6.

Harrison, Stephen J. (1998),

in: Harrison and Heyworth (1998).

Harrison, Stephen J. (2001),

‘Halls Full of Girls? Catullus 89.3’, CQ 51, 304-5.

Harrison, Stephen J. (2003),

‘Sparrows and Apples: The Unity of Catullus 2’, SCI 22, 85-92.

Harrison, Stephen J. and Heyworth, Stephen J. (1998),

‘Notes on the text and interpretation of Catullus’, PCPhS 224 (n.s. 44), 85-109.

Hartman, J.J. (1890),

‘Ad Catullum’, Mnemosyne n.s. 18, 404-5. – On 64.344.

Haupt, Moriz (1837),

Quaestiones Catullianae (Lipsiae).

Haupt, Moriz (1841),

Observationes Criticae (Lipsiae).

Haupt, Moriz (1846),

‘Ueber den dichter Q. Mucius Scaevola’, Berichte der königlichen sächsichen gesellschaft der wissenschaften, 29. august 1846, I.49-54. – At p. 53 on 2.8 and 96.4.

Haupt, Moriz (1853),

Catullus Tibullus Propertius (Lipsiae). – The name of the editor was only indicated in the second edition, Haupt (1861).

Haupt, Moriz (1857),

Index lectionum aestiuarum 1857 in uniuersitate litteraria Friderica Guilelma.

Haupt, Moriz (1861),

Catulli Tibulli Propertii carmina a Mauritio Hauptio iterum recognita (Lipsiae). – The second edition of Haupt (1853).

Haverfield, F. (1893),

in Owen (1893), in the notes ad loc. – Haverfield was a colleague of Owen’s who read the proofs of his book: see p. xiv.

Heinsius, Nicolaus (1620 – 1681) (1646-1681),

marginalia in a copy of Ald. (1515), now Berlin, Deutsche Staatsbibliothek – Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Diez. oct. 2474. For a collation see Bellido Díaz (2011).

Heinsius, Nicolaus (1620 – 1681) (1678),

an unpublished letter to Graevius dated 17 March 1678, quoted by Schrader (1776) at p. 5. – On 61.199.

Heinsius, Nicolaus (1620 – 1681) (1709),

in: Burmannus, Petrus Jr. ed., Titi Petroni Arbitri Satyricôn quae supersunt (Trajecti ad Rhenum), at p. 73. – On 37.10.

Heinsius, Nicolaus (1620 – 1681) (1742),

Aduersariorum libri IV numquam antea editi … subjiciuntur ejusdem Notae ad Catullum et Propertium, ed. Petrus Burmannus Jr. (Harlingae).

Helm, Rudolf (1924),

a review of Kroll (1923) in Philologische Wochenschrift 44, cols. 425-431. – At col. 427 on 6.6-14.

Helm, Rudolf (1963),

Catull. Gedichte (Berlin/Darmstadt). – The volume was published simultaneously by the Akademie-Verlag in Berlin and by the Wissenschaftlicher Buchgesellschaft in Darmstadt, with identical contents.

Hendrickson, G.L. (1904),

‘Discas für deiscas, dehiscas bei Catull 98, 6’, RhM 59, 478.

Herescu, N.I. (1957),

‘Catulle traducteur du Grec et les Parfums de Bérénice (Catulle 66,77-78)’, Eranos 55, 156-170. – At 160-161 on 66.77.

Herescu, N.I. (1960),

‘Autour de la Salax taberna (Catulle, 37)’, in: Hommages à Léon Herrmann (Bruxelles), 431-5. – Esp. at p. 433 on 37.5.

Hering, W. (1972),

‘Beobachtungen zu Catull c. 68,41-160’, ACD 8, 31-61. – At 42-4 on 68b.157-8.

Hermann, Carolus Fridericus (1846),

‘Parergorum fasciculus secundus’, RhM 4, 309-320. – At pp. 313-314 on 64.109.

Hermann, Gottfried (1838),

a review of Haupt (1837), NJbb 22, 303-314.

Hermann, Gottfried (1841),

a review of Haupt (1841), NJbb 33, 243-264.

Hermes, Franz (1888),

Beiträge zur Kritik und Erklärung des Catull (Frankfurt a.O.).

Hermes, Franz (1889),

Neue Beiträge zur Kritik und Erklärung des Catull (Frankfurt a.O.).

Herrmann, Léon (1954),

‘Catulle et les cultes exotiques’, La Nouvelle Clio 6 = Mélanges Roger Goossens (Bruxelles) 236-246. – At p. 241 on 102.3 and 29.8.

Herrmann, Léon (1956),

‘A propos du petit navire de Catulle (Poème IV)’, in: Hommages à Max Niedermann (Bruxelles), 164-7. – At p. 164.

Herrmann, Léon (1957),

Les deux livres de Catulle (Bruxelles).

Herrmann, Léon (1957a),

‘Observations sur le texte de Catulle’, Latomus 16, 672-683.

Herrmann, Léon (1978),

‘Catulle, 48 [ = 29], v. 23’, Latomus 37, 199. – On 29.23.

Hertz, Martin (1878),

‘miscellen’, NJbb 117 (1878), 253-6. – At p. 254 on Cat. 37.10.

Hertzberg, Wilhelm Adolf Boguslaw (1845),

Sex. Aurelii Propertii Elegiarum Libri Quattuor … Tomus III (Halis). – At p. 83 on 66.44.

Hertzberg, Wilhelm Adolf Boguslaw (1855),

in: W.A.B. Hertzberg and W.S. Teuffel, Die Gedichte der römischen Elegiker (Stuttgart). – At p. 19 on 68b.139.

Hertzberg, Wilhelm Adolf Boguslaw (1862),

in: W.A.B. Hertzberg and W.S. Teuffel, Die Gedichte des Catullus in den Versmaßen der Urschrift übersetzt (Stuttgart), at 107-150 (‘Anmerkungen’). – The ‘Anmerkungen’ are not signed by either editor of this volume. Schwabe (1866) attributes the conjectures in Catullus to Teuffel, but later critics such as Baehrens attribute them to Hertzberg, who had translated all the poems affected (see pp. 151-2). There are probable or possible reflections of some of the conjectures in Hertzberg’s and Teuffel’s translations published in 1855 (without a Latin text or critical notes). It is sometimes believed that the bilingual edition already appeared in 1843; but that supposed first edition is a mirage based on a misreading of a note by Ellis on 68b.139.

Herzog, August (1889),

apud Heyse (1889). – At p. 163 on 111.2.

Herzog, Rudolf (1936),

‘Catulliana’, Hermes 71, 338-350.

Heyse, Theodor (1803-1884) (1855),

Catull’s Buch der Lieder in deutscher Nachbildung (Berlin).

Heyse, Theodor (1803-1884) (1889),

in: Theodor Heyse, ed. August Herzog (1889), Catull’s Buch der Lieder in deutscher Nachbildung, ed. 2 (Berlin). – See Herzog’s critical appendix on pp. 157-163.

Heyworth, Stephen J. (1984),

‘Catullus 107.3 – a response’, LCM 9, 137.

Heyworth, Stephen J. (1990),

in: Morgan, J.D. (1991), 253. – On 95.5.

Heyworth, Stephen J. (1995),

‘Dividing Poems’, in: Oronzo Pecere and Michael D. Reeve eds., Formative Stages of Classical Traditions: Latin Texts from Antiquity to the Renaissance (Spoleto), 117-148. – At pp. 133-6 on 76.17-28 (see 76.17).

Heyworth, Stephen J. (1998),

in: Harrison and Heyworth (1998).

Heyworth, Stephen J. (2004),

in: Stephen J. Harrison ed. (2004), ‘Catullus 63’, Mnemosyne ser. iv 57, 514-9, at p. 516 on 63.60.

Heyworth, Stephen J. (2011),

a conjecture on 64.24 reported by Trimble (2011), 763, n. 5.

Hickie, Daniel Bamfield (1821),

‘An attempt to emend a passage in Catullus’, The Classical Journal (London) vol. 24, no. 48, 210-212. – On 6.12-14. Signed as ‘D.B.H.’

Hoerschelmann, Wilhelm (1889),

De Catulli carmine duodeseptuagesimo commentatio (Dorpati Livonorum). – At p. 24 on 68b.78.

Hoeufft, Jacobus Henricus (1807-1808),

Pericula Critica, ab auctore recognita (Bredae).

Hoeufft, Jacobus Henricus (1814),

in The Classical Journal (London) vol. 10, no. 19, p. 169. – On 64.215. Signed as ‘H.’

Hotomanus, Franciscus (1585),

De Re Numaria Populi Romani Liber (s.l.). – At p. 8 on 23.21. The book appeared ‘Apud Guillielmum Leimarium’, apparently in Geneva.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1886-1936),

manuscript notes in a copy of Schwabe (1886) now in St John’s College Library, Oxford.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1889),

apud Postgate (1889), in apparatu, unless otherwise specified.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1889a),

comments on Postgate (1889) in a letter conserved in the Harry Ransom Center in Austin, Texas.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1890),

‘Notes on Latin poets’, CR 4, 340-2 = Housman, eds. Diggle & Goodyear (1972) 1.132-5.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1891),

‘Adversaria orthographica’, CR 5, 293-6 = Housman, eds. Diggle & Goodyear (1972) 1.175-180. – At p. 294 = vol. 1, p. 176 on 64.237.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1894),

‘The manuscripts of Propertius’, JPh 22, 84-128 = Housman, eds. Diggle & Goodyear (1972) 1, 314-347. – At p. 88 = vol. 1, p. 317 on 36.9.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1902),

‘Ovid Art. Am. I 337’, CR 16, 442-6 = Housman, eds. Diggle & Goodyear (1972) 2, 577-582. – At p. 443 = vol. 2, p. 578 on 63.75.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1915),

‘Catullus LXIV 324’, CQ 9, 229-30 = Housman, eds. Diggle & Goodyear (1972) 3, 913-4.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1917 ca.),

manuscript notes on the text of Catullus 61, 62, and 64-66, now Cambridge University Library Add. 6883.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1928),

‘Prosody and method II: the metrical properties of ‘gn’ ’, CQ 22, 1-10 = Housman, eds. Diggle & Goodyear (1972) 3, 1136-46.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1929),

‘Catullus LXVI 51-4’, CR 43, 168 = Housman, edd. Diggle & Goodyear (1972) 3, 1157.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1930),

M. Manilii Astronomicon Liber Quintus (Londinii). – At p. 59 on 10.30.

Housman, A.E. (1859-1936) (1931),

‘Praefanda’, Hermes 66, 402-12 = Housman, eds. Diggle & Goodyear (1972) 3, 1175-1184. – At p. 402 = vol. 3, p. 1175 on 56.7.

Housman, A.E., eds. J. Diggle & F.R.D. Goodyear (1972),

The Classical Papers of A.E. Housman (Cambridge, 3 vols.).

Hubbard, Thomas K. (1984),

‘The Unwed Stepmother: Catullus 64. 400–402’, CPh 79, 137-9.

Hudson-Williams, A. (1952),

‘Catullus 11. 9-12’, CQ n.s. 2, 186.

Huschke, Immanuel Gottlieb (1792),

Epistola critica in Propertium ad virum eruditissimum Laurentium van Santen. Accedunt nonnulla in Catullum et Tibullum (Amstelodami).

Huschke, Immanuel Gottlieb (1819),

Albii Tibulli Carmina (Lipsiae). – At vol. 1, p. 264 on 66.48.

Huschke, Immanuel Gottlieb (1826),

Analecta Litteraria (Lipsiae). – Note C. Valerii Catulli Carmina Sex Priora cum Commentariis Ian. Broukhusii Isaac. Verburgii et Editoris on pp. 3-46.

Håkanson, Lennart (1982),

‘Miscellanea critica’, Phoenix 36, 237-242. – At 237-8 on 44.21.

Illuminatoris, Iacobus (1492),

Valerii Catulli Veronensis Carmen uespertinum Hexametrum nuptiale edilion [Lipsiae]. – Catullus 62 only, published together with Ovid’s Ars Amatoria.

Jacobs, Friedrich (1826),

Blumenlese der Römischen Dichter. Zweyte Abtheilung (Jena).

Jacobson, Howard (2002),

‘Notes on Catullus’, Mnemosyne ser. iv, 55, 92-4. – At p. 94 on 62.9.

Jahn, Otto (1867),

‘Satura’, Hermes 2, 224-251. – At pp. 240-242 on 29.11.

Jever, van (1767 & 1772):

see De Clercq van Jever (1767 & 1772).

Jocelyn, Henry David (1999),

‘Catullus, Mamurra and Romulus cinaedus’, Sileno 25, 97-113.

Johnson, S. (1944),

‘A Fresh Solution to a Famous Crux in Catullus’, CJ 40.1, 10-18. – Passim, and esp. at p. 13 on 68b.157.

Jortin, John (1731),

‘Catullus. Attis.’, in: id. (1731-1732), vol. 1, 326-336.

Jortin, John (1731-1732),

Miscellaneous observations upon authors, ancient and modern (London, 2 vols.).

Jortin, John (1731a),

‘Catulli Carmen Nuptiale, in: id. (1731-1732), vol. 1, 366-367. – On 62.7.

Jortin, John (1733),

‘Catulli Attis’ and ‘Catulli Carmen Nuptiale’, in: Miscellaneae Observationes in Auctores Veteres et Recentiores (Amstelodami) vol. 2, tom. 3, 322-339. – These two anonymous publications have sometimes been attributed to Richard Bentley. The ‘Catulli Attis’ (pp. 322-336) is an expanded Latin translation of Jortin (1731). The ‘Catulli Carmen Nuptiale’ (pp. 337-339) is a Latin translation of Jortin (1731a).

Kakridis, Theophanes (1903),

‘Catullianum’, CR 17, 252. – On 66.59.

Kakridis, Theophanes (1924),

‘Zu Catull LXIIII 63-65’, PhW 44, 501.

Kaster, Robert A. (1977),

‘A Note on Catullus, c. 71.4’, Philologus 121, 308-312.

Kayachev, Boris (2012),

‘Catullus 64, 94: A Textual Note’, Philologus 156, 392-6.

Kershaw, Allan (1993),

A! at Catullus 68.85’, Papers of the Leeds International Latin Seminar 7, 27-9. – On 66.85.

Kiessling, Adolfus (1877),

Analecta Catulliana (Gryphiswaldiae).

Kinsey, T.E. (1967),

‘Some Problems in Catullus 68’, Latomus 26, 35-53. – At p. 45 on 68b.157-158.

Kiss, Dániel (2009),

Catullus 68 Edited with a Textual and Interpretative Commentary (Diss. Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa).

Kiss, Dániel (2011),

a review of McKie (2009), in ExClass 15, 257-271.

Kiss, Dániel (2012),

‘Towards a catalogue of the surviving manuscripts of Catullus’, Paideia 67, 607-622.

Kitchell, Kenneth F. (1986),

‘Catullus 116.7: amitha/micta’, CW 80, 1-11.

Klotz, Alfred (1931),

‘Zu Catull’, RhM 80, 342-356.

Klotz, Reinholdus (1849),

a review of Hand (1848) and Hand (1849), in NJbb 57, 84-91. – At p. 86 on 55.4.

Klotz, Reinholdus (1859),

Emendationes Catullianae (Lipsiae).

Knoche, Ulrich (1936),

‘Zur Frage der Properzinterpolation’, RhM 85, 8-63. – At p. 26, n. 1 on 21.2-3, and apparently also on 68b.91-100.

Koch, Hermannus Adolphus (1857),

‘Zur Kritik des Cäsar’, RhM 11, 636-640. – At p. 640 on 9.2.

Koch, Hermannus Adolphus (1864),

‘Coniectanea in poetas Latinos’, in: Symbola philologorum Bonnensium in honorem Friderici Ritschelii collecta. Fasciculus prior (Lipsiae), 312-358. – At pp. 315-320 (‘In Catullum’).

Koeler, G.D. (1788),

Sammlung ausgewählter Poesien aus den alten lateinischen Dichtern für Gymnasien und Akademien. Erster Theil welcher enthält Catulls Epithalamium des Peleus und der Thetis (Lemgo).

Kokoszkiewicz, Konrad M. (2004),

Et futura panda siue de Catulli carmine sexto corrigendo’, Hermes 132, 125-8. – On 6.13.

Kokoszkiewicz, Konrad M. (2007),

‘Catullus 14B, 16, 41, 43, 55, 58B: Adnotationes criticae’, Mnemosyne ser. iv 60, 608-627.

Kokoszkiewicz, Konrad M. (2007a),

‘Catullus 10. 27; 14. 14; 40. 1: Critica Minora’, AAntHung 47, 433-5.

Kokoszkiewicz, Konrad M. (2009),

‘Catullus 63.74: roseis ut hinc labellis sonitus adiit’, Mnemosyne ser. iv 62, 108-110.

Kokoszkiewicz, Konrad M. (2009a),

‘Catullus 29. 20: Hunc Galliae timet et Britanniae’, AAntHung 49, 185-8.

Kokoszkiewicz, Konrad M. (2011),

‘Catullus 63.5: devolsit?’, CQ n.s. 61, 756-8.

Korsch, Th. (1912),

apud Zenger (1912a) 200.

Koutroubas, Demetrios E. (1974),

Ta kata tou Kaisaros poiemata tou Katoullou, en Athenais.

Kraggerud, Egil (1993),

‘The Spinning Parcae[:] on Catullus 64,313’, SO 68, 32-7.

Krebs, Johann Philipp (1813),

Des Kaius Valerius Katullus Brautlied auf die Vermaehlung des Manlius Torquatus und der Iulia Aurunculeia (Giessen).

Kroll, Wilhelm (1923),

C. Valerius Catullus (Leipzig & Berlin).

Kroll, Wilhelm (1929),

C. Valerius Catullus, 2. ed. (Leipzig & Berlin).

Lachmann, Karl = Lachmannus, Carolus (1793-1851) (1816),

Sex. Aurelii Propertii Carmina. Emendauit ad codicum meliorum fidem et annotauit Carolus Lachmannus (Lipsiae).

Lachmann, Karl = Lachmannus, Carolus (1793-1851) (1829),

Q. Catulli Veronensis Liber ex recensione Caroli Lachmanni (Berolini).

Lachmann, Karl = Lachmannus, Carolus (1793-1851) (1845),

a letter to Moriz Haupt dated 3 June 1845, in: Lachmann, ed. Vahlen (1892), 152-6. – At p. 153 on Cat. 63.75.

Lachmann, Karl = Lachmannus, Carolus (1793-1851) (1845a),

‘Horatiana’, Zeitschrift für die Alterthumswissenschaft (Cassel) vol. 3, no. 61, cols. 481-6 and 489-493. – At col. 484 on 61.117-8.

Lachmann, Karl = Lachmannus, Carolus (1793-1851) (1850),

In T. Lucretii Cari De Rerum Natura Libros Commentarius (Berolini).

Lachmann, Karl = Lachmannus, Carolus (1793-1851) (1861),

Q. Valerii Catulli Veronensis Liber ex recensione Caroli Lachmanni. Editio Altera (Berolini).

Lachmann, Karl, ed. Vahlen, J. (1892):

Lachmann, Karl, ed. J. Vahlen, Karl Lachmanns Briefe an Moriz Haupt (Berlin 1892), 152-6. – At p. 153 on Cat. 63.75.

Lafaye, Georges (1922),

‘Notes critiques et explicatives sur Catulle’, RPh n.s. 46, 56-75.

Lafaye, Georges (1922a),

Catulle. Poésies (Paris).

Lain, Norbert F. (1986),

‘Catullus 68.145’, HSCPh 90, 155-8.

Lambinus, Dionysius (1564),

Titi Lucretii Cari De Rerum Natura Libri Sex (Parisiis).

Lambinus, Dionysius (1570),

T. Lucretii Cari De Rerum Natura Libri VI (Lutetiae). – At p. 33 on 68b.126.

Landor, Walter Savage (1842),

a review of Doering (1834), in: The Foreign Quarterly Review, vol. 29, no. 58, 329-369. – The review is not signed, but later scholars attribute it unanymously to Landor.

Landus, Constantius = Costanzo Landi (1550),

Constantii Landi, Complani comitis, in Epithalamium Catulli Annotationes (Papiae).

Lang, Ludwig = Langius, Ludovicus (1864),

apud Schwabe (1864) 12 (‘Ludovicus Langius in epistula ad me data’). – On 61.122.

Lang, Ludwig = Langius, Ludovicus (1866),

apud Schwabe (1866). – On 61.94.

Lange, Adolph Gottlob (1812),

‘Silvulae portenses’, Acta Seminarii Regii et Societatis Philologicae Lipsiensis 2, 174-‘286’ (186). – At pp. 184-‘286’ on 64.83.

Latini, Latino (ca. 1513-1593) (1677),

Latini Latinii Viterbiensis Bibliotheca Sacra et Profana ... a Dominico Macro Melitensi ... Editae (Romae), 2 vols. – Latini’s marginalia on Catullus, added in a copy of Muretus (1554), are printed in vol. 2, on pp. 56-7. Some variants are followed by a letter ‘O’, which indicates that they come from an earlier edition; others by an ‘L’, which indicates that they are conjectures of Latini’s; a few are unmarked. These attributions appear so unreliable that here they are ignored altogether, and all variants are simply attributed to Latini. He has evidently taken over some of Pucci’s notes.

Lee, A. Guy (1970),

in: Kenneth Quinn (1970), Catullus. The Poems (London), at p. 438 on 99.8.

Lee, A. Guy (1990),

The Poems of Catullus (Oxford). – See pp. 186-9 for the conjectures.

Lenchantin de Gubernatis, M. (1928),

Il libro di Catullo Veronese (Torino).

Lennep, Joannes Daniel van (1747),

‘Animadversionum libri tres’, printed as the second part, with separate page numbers, of: id., Coluthi Raptus Helenae. Recensuit ad fidem codicum MSS. ac variantes lectiones notasque adiecit Joannes Daniel a Lennep. Accedunt eiusdem Animadversionum libri tres Tum in Coluthum, tum in nonnullos alios auctores (Leovardiae).

Lenz, Carl Gotthold (1787),

in: Carl Gotthold Lenz ed., Christian Friedrich Eisenschmidt transl. (1787), C. Valerii Catulli Carmen de Nuptiis Pelei et Thetidis cum Versione Germanica ... (Altenburgi), in comm.

Leo, Friedrich (1903),

‘Coniectanea’, Hermes 38, 305-312. – At p. 305 on 95.9.

Leoni, Giulio Davide (1958),

‘Um adônio de Catulo’, Boletim de Estudos Clássicos (São Paulo) 2, 89-91. – On 51.8. In the index of the volume only the name of the author is written as “Léoni”, surely due to a misprint.

Leutsch, Ernst von (1855),

a review of Heyse (1855) and Rossbach (1854), in: Göttingische gelehrte Anzeigen 117, 1961-2002. – Signed as ‘E.v.L.’

Leutsch, Ernst von (1867),

‘Zu Catullus’, Philologus 26, 17. – On 12.9.

Leutsch, Ernst von (1872),

‘Catull. LV, 13’, Philologus 31, 128.

Leyser, H. (1835),

a review of Doering (1834), NJbb 15, 35-42.

Li & Irmici = Li Song-Yang & Virgilio Irmici (2007),

‘Nota a Catullo 61, 189’, Maia 59, 283-288.

Li, Song-Yang (Li Song-Yang) (2007),

‘Catull. 55, 9: una nuova congettura’, GIF 59, 103-6.

Li, Song-Yang (Li Song-Yang) (2009),

‘Nota a Catullo 68, 157’, Maia 62, 53-6.

Li, Song-Yang (Li Song-Yang) (2012),

‘Catullo 71, 4: a te oppure autem?’, in: Alfredo Mario Morelli (ed.), Lepos e mores. Una giornata su Catullo. Atti del Convegno Internazionale. Cassino 27 maggio 2010 (Cassino), 137-150.

Libri, Antonino (1992),

‘Catullo 63,54’, Studi Latini e Italiani 6, 53-8.

Linde, Sven (1890),

‘Emendatiunculae’, Hermes 25, 638-640. – At pp. 639-640 on 62.56.

Lindemann, Fridericus (1825),

De hiatu in versibus Horatii lyricis (Zittaviae). – At p. 5 on 3.16.

Lindsay, W.M. (1919),

‘Catullus 39, 11 parcus Umber.’, CR 33, 105-6.

Lipsius, Iustus (1569),

Iusti Lipsii Variarum Lectionum Libri III (Antverpiae).

Lipsius, Iustus (1581),

Iusti LipsI ad Annales Corn. Taciti liber commentarius, sive notae (Antverpiae). – At p. 311 on 61.164.

Lipsius, Iustus (1586),

a letter to Janus Dousa pater dated 18 October 1586, Emden. Now Amsterdam, Universiteitsbibliotheek, MS. K 124a. Published in: Iustus Lipsius, M.A. Nauwelaerts ed. (1983), Iusti Lipsi Epistolae. Pars II: 1584-1587 (Brussel), 310-311.

Livineius, Ioannes = Jan Lievens (1546-1599) (1621),

in: Livineius, Ioannes; Ianus Gebhardus ed., In Catullum, Tibullum, Propertium, Doctissimae Joannis LivineI notae nunquam antehac editae (Francofurti).

Lobel, E. (1949),

in: Rudolfus Pfeiffer ed., Callimachus (Oxonii), vol. I. – At p. 121 on 66.78.

Lobel, E. (1952),

‘[Pap. Oxy.] 2258. Callimachus’, in: E. Lobel, E.P. Wegener and C.H. Roberts edd., The Oxyrhynchus Papyri 20 (London), 69-107.

Loewe, Gustav (1872),

‘Ad Catullum’, Acta Societatis Philologae Lipsiensis 2, 477-8. Reprinted as ‘Zu Catullus’ in Loewe, Gustav, Glossae nominum. Accedunt eiusdem opuscula glossographica (Lipsiae 1884), 241-2. – On 39.11.

Löfstedt, Einar (1933),

Syntactica. Studien und Beiträge zur historischen Syntax des Lateins (Lund) vol. II. – At p. 213 on 48.4 and 76.3.

Luck, Georg (1966),

‘Notes on Catullus’, Latomus 25, 278-286.

Lund, Allan A. (1986),

‘Zur korrekten Restitution des zweiten Gedichtes Catulls’, Maia 38, 153-8.

Lyne, R.O.A.M. (1985),

‘The Text of Catullus CVII’, Hermes 113, 498-500. – On 107.7-8.

Lyne, R.O.A.M. (2002),

‘Notes on Catullus’, CQ n.s. 52, 600-608.

MacKay, L.A. (1966),

‘Catullus 25. 5’, JPh 61, 110-111.

Macleod, Colin W. (1974),

‘A Use of Myth in Ancient Poetry’, CQ n.s. 24, 82-93. – At p. 86, n. 8 on 68b.157.

Macnaghten & Ramsay (1899):

Hugh V. Macnaghten and Ramsay, A.B., eds. (1899), Poems of Catullus (London). – In this repertory the conjectures that first appear in this edition are attributed to both editors, although contemporaries such as Cornish attributed some of them to Macnaghten alone.

Macnaghten & Ramsay (1908):

Hugh V. Macnaghten and A.B. Ramsay edd. (1908), Poems of Catullus, ed. 2 (London). – Identical to the first edition of 1899, apart from the omission of poem 48, surely on account of its homoerotic subject-matter, and the inclusion of a bowdlerized version of poem 29. The second edition was reprinted in 1912. – At p. 103 on 29.23.

Macnaghten, Hugh V. (1897),

‘Catulliana’, JPh 25, 146-150.

Madvig, Johannes Nicolai (1839),

M. Tulli Ciceronis De Finibus Bonorum et Malorum Libri Quinque (Hauniae). – At p. 733 on Cat. 64.23-23b.

Madvig, Johannes Nicolai (1843),

Poetarum Aliquot Latinorum Carmina Selecta Carminumque Partes (Hauniae).

Madvig, Johannes Nicolai (1871),

Adversaria Critica ad Scriptores Graecos et Latinos I (Hauniae). – At p. 79 on 64.23-23b.

Madvig, Johannes Nicolai (1873),

Adversaria Critica ad Scriptores Graecos et Latinos II (Hauniae). – At pp. 28-9.

Maehly, Jacob (1871),

‘zu Catullus’, NJbb 103, 341-357.

Maffei, Scipione (1719),

Dell’antica condizion di Verona (Venezia). – At pp. 7-8 on 67.33-34.

Maggiali, Giovanni (2008),

Il carme 68 di Catullo. Edizione critica e commento (Cesena).

Magnus, Hugo (1877),

‘zu Catullus und Propertius’, NJbb 115, 415-419. – At pp. 417-419 on 64.287.

Magnus, Hugo (1878),

a review of Ellis (1876), Zeitschrift für das Gymnasial-Wesen 32 (n.s. 12), 492-506. – At p. 505 on 76.21.

Magnus, Hugo (1887),

‘Bericht über die Litteratur zu Catull und Tibull für die Jahre 1877-1886’, Jahresbericht über die Fortschritte der classischen Alterthumswissenschaft 15, 145-372.

Magnus, Hugo (1907),

‘Catullus Gedicht 67’, Philologus 66, 296-312.

Maguire, Thomas (1887),

‘Miscellanea’, Hermathena (vol. 6) no. 13, 159-175. – At p. 165 on 66.21.

Marcilius, Theodorus (1604),

In C. Valerium Catullum Asterismi (Lutetiae).

Markland, Jeremiah (1693-1776) (1723),

Epistola Critica ad Eruditissimum Virum Franciscum Hare … (Cantabrigiae).

Markland, Jeremiah (1693-1776) (1788),

apud Santenium (1788) 15 on 68b.52 ‘coniiciebat Marklandus in notis penes me ineditis.’

Markland, Jeremiah (1693-1776) (1881),

in: Stachelscheid, Albert (1881), ‘Unedited conjectures of Markland’, Hermathena (vol. 4) no. 7, 153-6. – Note that Hermathena vol. 4 is dated 1883, but no. 7 is dated 1881.

Martyn, J.R.C. (1974),

‘Catullus 66.53’, Eranos 72, 193-5.

Martyni-Laguna, Johann Aloysius (1790),

a review of Doering (1788) in Allgemeine Litteratur-Zeitung [6], No. 172, pp. 649-656; No. 175, pp. 673-680; and No. 180, pp. 713-720. – The reviws is not signed, but the author is identified by Pfeiffer (1834) at p. 47 and by C. Müller (1836) at p. 2, n. 6.

Massimi, Alighiero (1957),

‘Note catulliane’, GIF 12, 263-9.

Maunde Thompson, E. (1900),

‘Catulliana’, AJPh 21, 78-9.

Mazzoni, Guido (1938),

‘At non effugies meos iambos (Catullo, LIV)’, Atene e Roma, ser. iii, 6, 207-213.

McCulloch, Harold Y., Jr. (1984),

‘A Textual Note on Catullus 29. 23-24’, CW 78, 110-111.

McKie, David S. (1984),

‘The horrible and ultimate Britons: Catullus 11.11’, PCPhS n.s. 30, 74-8.

McKie, David S. (1989),

‘Salutati, Poggio, and Codex M of Catullus’, in: J. Diggle, J.B. Hall and H.D. Jocelyn eds., Studies in Latin Literature and its Tradition in honour of C.O. Brink = PCPhS Suppl. 15 (Cambridge), 66-86.

McKie, David S. (2009),

Essays in the Interpretation of Roman Poetry (Cambridge).

Mehler, E. (1853),

‘Bladvullingen [Catullus XVII 2 vlgg.]’, Mnemosyne 2, 130. – On 32.4. Signed as ‘E.M.’

Meineke, Augustus (1852),

Vindiciarum Strabonianarum Liber (Berolini). – At pp. 152-3 on 64.35.

Meineke, Augustus (1861),

Callimachi Cyrenensis Hymni et Epigrammata (Berolini). – At p. 313 on 66.6.

Meleager, Ianus (1618),

‘Spicilegium Iani Meleagri Germani in C. Valerii Catulli Librum Carminum’, in: Gebhardus (1618a), 12-35.

Menozzi, Eleuterio (1907),

‘Osservazioni su Catullo (c. 1, 9; c. 30; c. 64, 11 e 23b; c. 68, 53-66; c. 102. Schwabe.)’, Bollettino di filologia classica 13, 80-83.

Merrill, Elmer Truesdell (1916),

‘Notes on Catullus’, CQ 10, 125-9.

Merrill, Elmer Truesdell (1923),

Catulli Veronensis liber (Lipsiae et Berolini).

Mette, Hans Joachim (1955),

‘Zu Catull 66’, Hermes 83, 500-502. – At p. 500 on 66.59.

Meurig Davies, E.L.B. (1950),

‘Catullus and Statius: Four Notes’, CQ 44, 31.

Meyer, Wilhelm, aus Speyer (1889),

‘Zu Catull’s Gedichten’, in: id., Caesur im Hendekasyllabus. Über weibliche Caesur des classischen latein. Hexameters und lat. Caesuren überhaupt. Zu Catulls 2. Und 62. Gedicht = Sitzungsberichte der philosophisch-philologischen Classe der königlichen bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 1889, vol. 2, fasc. 2, pp. 207-257, at 245-257.

Michaeler, Carolus (1785),

‘Catullus, sive de stylo, et sapore Catulliano diatribe’, in: id. (ed.), Collectio poetarum elegiacorum stylo, et sapore Catulliano scribentium cum gemina de eo diatribe (Vindobonae), 143-230. – At p. 221 on 64.363.

Minyard, John-Douglas (1971),

‘Critical Notes on Catullus 29’, CPh 66, 174-181.

Mitscherlichius, Christophorus Guilelmus (1782),

Epistola Critica in Apollodorum ad uirum illustrem Chr. Gottl. Heyne. Accedunt nonnulla in Statium et Catullum (Goettingae).

Mitscherlichius, Christophorus Guilelmus (1786),

Lectiones in Catullum et Propertium (Gottingae).

Mommsen, Theodor (1857),

Römische Geschichte. Dritter Band: Von Sullas Tode bis zur Schlacht von Thapsus. Zweite Auflage (Berlin). – At p. 315 on 29.10 and 29.21-24.

Mommsen, Theodor (1866),

‘Plinius und Catullus’, Hermes 1, 128-9.

Monse, Hugo (1884),

Zu Catull (Waldenburg in Schlesien).

Monse, Hugo (1895),

Zu Catull II (Schweidnitz).

Morel, W. (1953),

apud Rudolfus Pfeiffer ed., Callimachus, vol. II: Hymni et Epigrammata (Oxonii), p. 116. – On 66.78.

Morgan, J.D. (1990),

in: id. (1991), ‘The waters of the Satrachus (Catullus 95.5)’, CQ 85 (n.s. 41), 252-3, at p. 253.

Morgenstern, Otto (1894),

Curae Catullianae (Berolini). In: IX. Programm des Gymnasiums zu Gross-Lichterfelde.

Most, Glenn W. (1984),

‘Catulliana (Zu C. 6, 14, 55, 107)’, in: Sodalitas. Scritti in onore di Antonio Guarino (Napoli) vol. 1, 161-175.

Mowat, J. (1885),

‘On three corrupt passages in Catullus’, JPh 14, 252-6.

Muncker, Thomas (1642-1680) (1774),

in: Antonini Liberalis Transformationum Congeries interprete Guilielmo Xylandro. Cum Thomae Munckeri Notis, Quibus suas adjecit Henricus Verheyk (Lugduni Batavorum). – At p. 268 on 1.9.

Munro, H.A.J. (1859),

The Journal of Classical and Sacred Philology 4, 287-294.

Munro, H.A.J. (1861),

in Ellis (1867). – Munro passed on his conjectures to Ellis by 1862: see p. v.

Munro, H.A.J. (1869),

‘Catullus’ 29th Poem’, JPh 2, 1-34.

Munro, H.A.J. (1872),

‘Catullus’ 4th Poem [&c]’, JPh 4, 231-242. – Reprinted in Munro (1878).

Munro, H.A.J. (1872a),

‘Lucretiana’, JPh 4, 243-250. – At p. 247 on 1.1, 2.3, 24.5 (this appears to be meant by 23.5) and 107.1.

Munro, H.A.J. (1874),

‘Catullus’ 54th Poem [&c]’, JPh 5, 301-6. – Reprinted in Munro (1878).

Munro, H.A.J. (1878),

Criticisms and Elucidations of Catullus (Cambridge).

Munro, H.A.J. (1879),

‘Catullus’ 68th Poem’, JPh 8, 333-5. – At p. 335 on 68b.157.

Munro, H.A.J. (1880),

‘Catullus 107 7’, JPh 9, 186.

Munro, H.A.J. (1882),

‘Catullus 64 276’, JPh 11, 124.

Munro, H.A.J. (1882a),

‘Catullus 63 18’, JPh 11, 141.

Muretus, Marcus Antonius (1554),

Catullus. Et in eum commentarius M. Antonii Mureti (Venetiis).

Muretus, Marcus Antonius (1559),

Variarum Lectionum Libri VIII (Venetiis). – At fol. 62r on 68b.48.

Müller, Cornelius (1836),

Spicilegium Animadversionum in Q. Valerii Catulli Carmen epicum in nuptias Pelei et Thetidos (Hamburgi).

Müller, Lucianus (1861),

De re metrica poetarum latinorum praeter Plautum et Terentium libri septem (Lipsiae).

Müller, Lucianus (1870),

Catulli Tibulli Propertii carmina, accedunt Laeuii Calui Cinnae aliorum reliquiae et Priapea (Lipsiae).

Müller, Lucianus (1870a),

‘Zu Catulls Attis’, RhM 25, 166-9.

Müller, Lucianus (1876),

‘Zu Catullus’, RhM 31, 476-7.

Mynors, R.A.B. (1958),

Catulli Veronensis Carmina (Oxonii).

Naeke, August Ferdinand (1827),

‘De repertis Catulli carminibus’, Allgemeine Schulzeitung … Abtheilung II, vol. 4, no. 98, cols. 777-783.

Naudet, Josephus (1826),

in: C. Valerius Catullus ex editione Frid. Guil. Doeringii, cui suas et aliorum adnotationes adiecit Josephus Naudet ... (Parisii).

Neudling, Chester Louis (1955),

A Prosopography to Catullus (Oxford).

Newman, John Kevin (1990),

Roman Catullus and the Modification of the Alexandrian Sensibility (Hildesheim).

Nicettus, Petrus (1544):

Petrus Nicettus of Lucca in the margin of an early printed edition of Catullus according to Robortellus (1544), at fols. 42v-43r on 66.28.

Nietzki, Max (1880),

‘Zu Catullus’, NJbb 121, 135. – On 55.11.

Nigra, Costantino (1891),

La Chioma di Berenice. Traduzione e commento di Costantino Nigra, col testo latino di Catullo riscontrato sui codici (Milano).

Nipperdey, Carolus (1850),

In Cornelio Nepote spicilegium criticum (Lipsiae). – At p. 104 on 68b.65.

Nisbet & Harrison (1995):

Nisbet, R.G.M., ed. S.J. Harrison (1995), Collected Papers on Latin Literature (Oxford).

Nisbet, R.G.M. (1978),

‘Notes on the text of Catullus’, PCPhS 204 (n.s. 24), 92-115. – Reprinted in Nisbet & Harrison (1995), 76-100.

Nisbet, R.G.M. (1987),

‘The Oak and the Axe: Symbolism in Seneca, Hercules Oetaeus 1618 ff.’, in: Michael Whitby, Philip Hardie, Mary Whitby eds., Homo Viator: Classical Essays for John Bramble (Bristol), 243-251. – At p. 243 on 64.110.

Nisbet, R.G.M. (1995),

‘Four Conjectures on Catullus 64’, in: Nisbet, ed. Harrison (1995), 386-9.

Nobbe, Carolus Fridericus Augustus (1820-21),

De metris Catulli (Lipsiae, 2 vols.).

Nodell, Jo. Ad. (1814),

‘Epistola Critica ad Illustrissimum Virum C.G. Heyne, M. Britanniae Regi a Consiliis Aulicis. cet. cet. Accedunt paula alia critica.’, The Classical Journal (London) vol. 10, no. 19, 156-9. – At p. 153 on 64.14.

Novák, Robertus (1886),

‘Ad Catullum’, Listy filologické a paedagogické 13, 337-340.

Offermann, Helmut (1975),

‘Zu Catull c. 2,7f.’, Eranos 73, 55-61.

Oksala, Päivö (1965),

Adnotationes Criticae ad Catulli Carmina = Suomalaisen Tiedeakatemian Toimituksia / Annales Academiae Scientiarum Fennicae, sarja / ser. B, nide / tom. 135.2 (Helsinki).

Oliver, Revilo P. (1959),

a review of Mynors (1958) in CPh 54, 51-3. – At p. 51 on 4.8.

Olszaniec, Włodzimierz (2005),

‘Catullo 116,7: euitabimus missa?’, Arctos 39, 93-6.

Olszaniec, Włodzimierz (2006),

‘Catullus 115. 4: tot moda possideat’ AAntHung 46 (2006), 311-312.

Olszaniec, Włodzimierz (2009),

‘Catullus 2.8-10’, Mnemosyne ser. iv, 62, 104-107.

Orellius, Iohannes Casparus (1822),

Eclogae Poëtarum Latinorum in usum gymnasiorum (Turici). – This anthology contains Cat. 64 (on pp. 89-110), 65 (pp. 111-2) and 66 (112-121), with notes.

Orioli, Francesco (1822),

Epistolae in C. Valerium Catullum (Bononiae). – At p. 19 on 64.23b.

Osannus, Fridericus (1857),

Commentariorum Seminarii Philologici Specimen Tertium (Gissae).

Owen, S.G. (1890),

a review of Postgate (1889), CR 4, 310-312.

Owen, S.G. (1893),

Catullus: with the Pervigilium Veneris (London). – Notes on pp. 149-204.

Palladius, Fuscus (1496),

Palladii Fusci in Catullum Commentarii (Venetiis).

Palladius, Fuscus (1500),

Palladii Fusci in Catullum Commentarii (Venetiis). – A reimpression of Palladius (1496) together with Parthenius (1485) and Avantius, Emendationes (1500). – At 9.2.

Palmer, Arthur (1879),

‘Ellis’s Catullus’, Hermathena (vol. 3) no. 5, 293-363.

Palmer, Arthur (1881),

‘Emendations in Plautus, Catullus, and Horace’, Hermathena (vol. 4) no. 7, 134-152. – Hermathena vol. 4 is dated 1883, but no. 7 is dated 1881.

Palmer, Arthur (1882),

‘Emendations’, Hermathena (vol. 4) no. 8, 239-275. – At pp. 262-3 on 54.1-2.

Palmer, Arthur (1885),

‘Miscellanea Critica’, Hermathena (vol. 5) no. 11, 305-321. – At pp. 305-6 on 116.1-2.

Palmer, Arthur (1890),

‘Catullus, 64. 105 seqq.’, Hermathena (vol. 7) no. 16, 230. – On 64.107.

Palmer, Arthur (1890a),

‘Catullus XXV, 5’, The Academy 37 (no. 928), 120.

Palmer, Arthur (1890b),

‘Catullianum. Attis 62, 3’, CR 4, 130. – On 63.63.

Palmer, Arthur (1891),

‘Catulliana’, CR 5, 7-8.

Palmer, Arthur (1894),

‘Catullus 53’, Hermathena (vol. 9) no. 20, 94. – On 53.4.

Palmer, Arthur (1896),

Catulli Veronensis Liber (London). – The apparatus is on pp. xxvi-lv.

Palmer, E. (1867),

apud Ellis (1867). – On 68b.91.

Palmerius, Ianus Mellerus = Jan Meller Palmier (1580),

Spicilegiorum Ian. Melleri Palmerii Commentarius Primus (Francofurti ad Moenum).

Papanghelis, Theodore D. (1980),

Crux Catulliana (A Note on 25.5)’, Latomus 39, 409-411.

Papanghelis, Theodore D. (1982),

‘A Note on Catullus 68, 156-157’, QUCC n.s. 11, 139-149.

Paratore, Ettore (1963),

‘Un nuovo testo di Catullo’, RCCM 5, 394-455.

Parthenius, Antonius (1485),

Antonii Parthenii Lacisii Veronensis in Catullum commentationes (Brixiae). – The first commentary on Catullus to appear in print, accompanying a text of the poems.

Pascal, Carolus (1916),

Q. Valerii Catulli Carmina (Augustae Taurinorum).

Pascoli, Giovanni (1929),

Lyra (Livorno, 2 vols.). – Catullus in vol. 2, at pp. 28-100.

Passeratius, Ioannes = Jean Passerat (1534-1602) (1608),

Ioannis Passeratii Professoris et Interpretis Regii, Commentarii in C. Val. Catullum, Albium Tibullum, et Sex. Aur. Propertium … (Parisiis). – References are to the commentary rather than the text, unless otherwise stated.

Paukstadt, Rudolf (1893),

‘zu Catullus’, NJbb 147, 705-6. – On 61.129 (136).

Pearcy, Lee T. (1980),

‘Catullus 2b – or not 2b?’, Mnemosyne ser. iv, 33, 152-162.

Peerlkamp, P. Hofman (1843),

P. Virgilii Maronis Aeneidos libri VII – XII (Leidae). – At p. 110 on 64.23b.

Peiper, Rudolf (1875),

Q. Valerius Catullus. Beiträge zur Kritik seiner Gedichte (Breslau).

Peiper, Rudolf (1877),

‘Vermischte Bemerkungen und Mittheilungen zu römischen Dichtern zum Theil aus Handschriften’, RhM 32, 516-537. – At pp. 522-3.

Pennisi, Giuseppe (1959),

‘Il Carme 68 di Catullo’, Emerita 27, 89-109 and 213-238.

Pennisi, Giuseppe (1961),

‘Catullo e il carme dei « non bona dicta »’, Helikon 1, 127-138. – At pp. 133-7 on 11.11.

Perrotta, Gennaro (1927),

‘L’elegia di Catullo ad Allio’, A&R 8, 134-151. – At pp. 145-8 on 68b.157-8.

Perrotta, Gennaro (1931),

‘Catullo, 64, 287’, SIFC 9, 61-8.

Peterson, William (1891),

M. Fabi Quintiliani Institutionis Oratoriae Liber Decimus (Oxford). – At p. 153 on 95.2.

Petit & Vergés (1928):

Petit, Joan & Vergés, Josef (1928), G. Valeri Catul. Poesies (Barcelona).

Petreius, Antonius = Petreio, Antonio (1528 ca.),

marginalia in a copy of Ald. (1515), now Berlin, Deutsche Staatsbibliothek – Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Diez. oct. 2474. For a collation see Bellido Díaz (2011). Bellido Díaz explains that while the date 1528 is found at two places in these marginalia, they were clearly composed over a number of years. On fol. 148r Petreius notes that he was using various sources for his marginala, including books of Pontanus, of a Bishop of Cremona who is surely to be identified with Benedetto Accolti (1497-1549, bishop from 1523), of Francesco Pucci (to wit, he copied many of the marginalia of Pucci), and other volumes in Rome and Florence. Where Petreius’ notes coincide with those of Puccius, he is quoted as Puccius (1502p).

Pfeiffer, Guilielmus Victor Christianus (Freimund) (1834),

Symbolae Catullianae (Gottingae).

Phillimore, J.S. (1910),

Passer, Catull. Carm. ii’, CPh 5, 217-219.

Phillimore, J.S. (1919),

‘De duobus locis Catullianis’, Mnemosyne n.s. 47, 316-321.

Piernavieja, Pablo (1974),

‘En torno al carmen 1 de Catulo’, Estudios Clásicos 18, 411-417. – At p. 416 on 1.8-9.

Pighi, Giovanni Battista (1948-49),

‘La struttura del carme LXI di Catullo’, Humanitas 2, 41-53.

Pighi, Giovanni Battista (1950),

‘Ritorna il destriero alato d’Arsinoe’, Convivium [19], 881-4. – At p. 884 on 66.78.

Pighi, Giovanni Battista (1951),

‘Emendationes Catullianae’, RhM 94, 42-5.

Pighi, Giovanni Battista (1951a),

‘Specimen apparatus Catulliani’, in: Fontes Ambrosiani 25 = Miscellanea Giovanni Galbiati Volume I. Archeologia, storia, filologia e antichità classica, papirologia, glottologia, arte (Milano), 97-104. – At pp. 103-4 on 68b.157-8.

Pighi, Giovanni Battista (1952),

‘Emendazioni catulliane’, RFIC 80 (n.s. 30), 38-48.

Pighi, Giovanni Battista (1956),

‘Cruces Catullianae’, in: Studi in onore di Aristide Calderini e Roberto Paribeni (Milano), vol. 1, 117-126.

Pighi, Giovanni Battista (1961),

Catullo Veronese (Verona, 3 vols.). – With critical notes in vol. 1, pp. 71-88, and a Latin text of Catullus’ poems in vol. 2.

Pisanus, Bernardus (1522),

marginal notes in a copy of Calphurnius (1481), now Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Inc. Magl. A. 3. 39. – Pisanus has taken over some of the notes of Puccius. Where the two coincide, Pisanus (1522) is quoted as Puccius (1502b).

Pithoeus, Petrus (1565),

Petri Pithoei I.C. Aduersariorum Subseciuorum Libri II (Parisiis). – At p. 28 on 42.8.

Pleitner, Karl (1849),

Des Q. Valerius Catullus Epigramme an und über C. Jul. Caesar und Mamurra (Speyer).

Pleitner, Karl (1858),

Des Qu. Valerius Catullus Hochzeitgesänge kritisch behandelt (Dillingen an der Donau).

Pleitner, Karl (1876),

Studien zu Catullus (Dillingen an der Donau).

Pluygers, W.G. (1873),

‘Varia’, Mnemosyne n.s. 1, 59-71. – At pp. 59-61.

Poeschl, Viktor (1960),

Catull. Gedichte (Heidelberg).

Pohl, Iosephus (1860),

Lectionum Catullianarum Specimen (Euskirchenae, diss. Monasterii).

Politianus, Angelus (1472-94),

annotations in his copy of the editio princeps of 1472, now Rome, Biblioteca Corsiniana 50. F. 37. – On their date see Gaisser (1993) 45-6, on their contents ibid., 403-7.

Pontanus, Ioannes Iovianus (1429-1503) (1566),

in: Statius (1566).

Pontanus, Iohannes Isacius (1597),

Aur. Theodosii MacrobI V. Cl. & inlustris Opera (Lugduni Batavorum).

Portuese, Orazio (2011),

What Catullus Wrote. An international conference on the poems of C. Valerius Catullus: München, Center for Advanced Studies LMU, 20-21 maggio 2011.’, BSL 44, 2011, 762-7.

Postgate, J.P. (1886),

‘Catulliana’, Mnemosyne n.s. 14, 433-9.

Postgate, J.P. (1886a) [1887],

a report of notes on Catullus that he read at a meeting of the Cambridge Philological Society on 28 January 1886, in: PCPhS 13, 2.

Postgate, J.P. (1888),

‘Catulliana’, JPh 17, 226-267.

Postgate, J.P. (1888a) [1889],

a report of notes on Catullus that he read at a meeting of the Cambridge Philological Society on 25 October 1888, in: PCPhS 21, 13.

Postgate, J.P. (1889),

Gai Valeri Catulli Carmina (Londini).

Postgate, J.P. (1889a),

‘Addendum to Catulliana’, JPh 18, 145-9.

Postgate, J.P. (1892) [1893],

report of an emendation of Catullus 64.402 communicated at a meeting of the Cambridge Philological Society on 1 December 1892, in: PCPhS 33, 14.

Postgate, J.P. (1893),

‘Emendations of Catullus LXIII 54 and LXV 402’, JPh 21, 240-242.

Postgate, J.P. (1893a),

‘Catullus’, in: id. ed., Corpus Poetarum Latinorum tomus 1, fasciculus 1 (Londini), 83-105.

Postgate, J.P. (1908),

‘On Some Passages of Catullus and Martial’, CPh 3, 257-263.

Postgate, J.P. (1908a),

‘Catullus LXIV, 382 ff.’, CPh 3, 446. – On 64.383-4.

Postgate, J.P. (1912),

‘On Catullus’, CPh 7, 1-16.

Powell, Jonathan (1998),

in: Harrison and Heyworth (1998), p. 86. – On 2.7-8.

Puccius, Franciscus (1502),

marginalia on Catullus by Franciscus Puccius, dated 1502. The original is lost, but there survive a number of copies, and Puccius’ notes have exercised a profound influence on marginalia on Catullus by Italian humanists in the 15th century.

Puccius, Franciscus (1502b),

marginalia that were taken over from Puccius (1502) by Pisanus (1522).

Puccius, Franciscus (1502m),

a copy of Puccius (1502) in a 1481 Reggio Emilia edition of Catullus, now Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Riccardiana, Edizioni Rare 372.

Puccius, Franciscus (1502oa),

marginalia that were taken over from Puccius (1502) by Ferrari (1530-1586 a)

Puccius, Franciscus (1502ob),

marginalia that were taken over from Puccius (1502) by Ferrari (1530-1586 b)

Puccius, Franciscus (1502p),

marginalia that were taken over from Puccius (1502) by Petreius (1528 ca.).

Puccius, Franciscus (1502v),

a copy of Puccius (1502) in a 1502 Aldine, now Venice, Biblioteca Marciana, Codex Marc. Lat. 12.127 (4020).

Puccius, Franciscus (1502vi),

marginalia that were taken over from Puccius (1502) by Victorius (1521).

Puelma, Mario (1977),

‘Sprachliche Beobachtungen zu Catulls Peleus-Epos (C. 64)’, MH 34, 156-190.

Puteolanus, Franciscus (1473),

Val. Catulli Veronensis poetae doctissimi liber ad Cornelium … (Parmae).

Putnam, Michael C.J. (1964),

‘Catullus 25. 5’, CPh 59, 268-270.

Putnam, Michael C.J. (1968),

‘Catullus 22, 13’, Hermes 96, 552-8.

Putnam, Michael C.J. (1969),

‘Catullus 36. 19’, CPh 64, 235-6.

Quicherat, L. (1886),

‘Un passage obscur de Catulle éclairci par une conjecture’, RPh n.s. 10, 157-160. – On 61.199 (206).

Radke, Anna Elissa (1972),

‘Zu Catull C. 62, 6. 7’, Hermes 100, 117-120.

Radke, Anna Elissa (1995),

‘Textkritische Anmerkungen zu Catull’, Hermes 123, 253-6.

Ramirez de Prado, Laurentius (1607),

M. Valerii Martialis Epigrammatum Libri XV Laurentii Ramirez de Prado Hispani, Nouis commentarijs illustrati (Parisiis). – At p. 80 on 64.38-42.

Ramírez de Verger, Antonio (2004),

‘Five critical notes on Catullus’, ExClass 8, 39-48.

Ramírez de Verger, Antonio (2005),

in: Antonio Ramírez de Verger & Ana Pérez Vega, C. Valerii Catulli Carmina – Catulo, Poemas (Huelva). – Ramírez de Verger was responsible for the Latin text and the critical apparatus, and Pérez Vega for the translation of Catullus’ poems into Spanish.

Ramler, Karl Wilhelm (1793),

Kajus Valerius Katullus in einem Auszuge Lateinisch und Deutsch (Leipzig). – Ramler’s bowdlerizations are not listed in the repertory. For example he rewrites 24.1-2 to give it a heterosexual turn, which he also does to a radically shortened poem 99 (but there he adds a footnote which gives the text a novel interpretation that is no less obscene), he omits poem 67, and writes peccat for futuit at 71.4.

Realinus, Bernardinus, Saint (1551),

Bernardini Realini Carpensis in Nuptias Pelei et Thetidis Catullianas Commentarius … (Bononiae).

Rebelo Gonçalves, Francisco (1959),

‘Nova Leitura de Um Verso de Catulo (64, 287)’, Euphrosyne 2, 77-93.

Rehm, Bernhard (1934),

‘Catull 66, 1 und der neue Kallimachosfund’, Philologus 89, 385-6.

Rehm, Bernhard (1941),

‘Zu Catull 66, 77’, RhM 90, 346-351.

Reisig, Christian Karl (1792-1829) (1839),

in: Reisig, Christian Karl; Friedrich Haase ed. (1839), Professor K. Reisig’s Vorlesungen über lateinische Sprachwissenschaft (Leipzig). – At p. 524 on 6.3.

Reitzenstein, Richard (1900),

‘Die Hochzeit des Peleus und der Thetis’, Hermes 35, 73-105. – At p. 89 on 64.16.

Ribbeck, Otto (1862),

a review of Fridericus Ritschel, prooemiorum Bonnensium decas (Berolini 1861) in NJbb 85, 369-386.

Ribbeck, Otto (1863),

C. Valerius Catullus, eine literar-historische Skizze (Kiel). – At p. 56 on 5.13.

Richards, Herbert (1895),

‘Catulliana’, CR 9, 304-6 = ‘Catullus’, in: id., Notes on Xenophon and Others (London 1907), 321-324.

Richardson, Brian (1976),

‘Pucci, Parrasio and Catullus’, IMU 19, 277-289.

Richmond, Oliffe L. (1913),

manuscript notes quoted in Cornish (1913).

Richmond, Oliffe L. (1919),

Mulier aries, and other cruces in Catullus’, CQ 13, 134-140.

Richter, Gustav (1864),

‘Die Composition der Chorlieder in den Tragödien des Seneca’, RhM 19, 360-379. – At p. 363.

Richter, Richard (1881),

Catulliana (Leipzig).

Riese, Alexander (1865),

a review of Schwabe (1864) in NJbb 91, 295-304.

Riese, Alexander (1884),

Die Gedichte des Catullus (Leipzig).

Ritschl, Friedrich (1845),

‘Zu Catull LXVI, 57 ff.’, RhM 3, 617-618. – Signed as ‘F.R.’

Ritschl, Friedrich (1857),

[dissertatio de aliquot locis Catulli Epithalamii Pelei atque Thetidos], Index Scholarum quae … in Vniuersitate Fridericia Guilelmia Rhenana per menses hibernos a. DCCCLVII. et LVIII. … habentur (Bonnae), iii-ix. – Not signed, reprinted in Ritschl (1861).

Ritschl, Friedrich (1861),

prooemiorum Bonnensium decas (Berolini).

Ritter, Franciscus (1828),

De Aristophanis Pluto (Diss. Bonnae). – At p. [83] (‘Theses controversae’, no. VI) on 51.8.

Robortellus, Franciscus (1544),

Francisci Robortelli Vtinensis Variorum locorum annotationes tam in Graecis, quam Latinis authoribus (Parisiis).

Rode, August (1785),

Philosophische und andere Gedichte aus dem Lateinischen des Lucrez Katull Ovid Horaz Virgil Lukan ... (Hamburg). – At pp. 81-5 on 68b.1-40 (see on 68b.41).

Roeper, Gottlieb (1862),

‘Zu Catull’, Philologus 18, 541-2.

Rohdich, Hermann (2000),

‘Liebe, Gesellschaft, Dichtung. Catull c. 6’, A&A 46, 116-123. – At p. 119 on 6.12.

Ronconi, Alessandro (1946),

‘Quaeque notando’, Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. Classe di lettere, storia e filosofia, ser. ii, 14, 65-71. – At pp. 65-66 on 33.5.

Ronconi, Alessandro (1957),

‘Quaeque notando (nuova serie)’, SIFC n.s. 29, 124-130. – At p. 128 on 11.11.

Ronconi, Alessandro (1957a),

‘Postilla catulliana’, SIFC n.s. 29, 264. – On 11.11.

Roscher, Wilhelm Heinrich (1880),

‘zu Catullus’, NJbb 121, 785-7. – On 64.287.

Rossbach, Augustus (1854),

Q. Valerii Catulli Veronensis Liber (Lipsiae). – Critical apparatus on pp. viii-xxii. All references are to the apparatus unless otherwise indicated, or where entire lines are quoted. This edition was reprinted in 1854 and 1857. It contains some new conjectures by Theodor Bergk (= Bergk 1854).

Rossbach, Augustus (1860),

Q. Valerii Catulli Veronensis Liber, editio secunda (Lipsiae). – Critical apparatus on pp. ix-xxiii. This edition was reprinted in 1863 and 1867. Unlike Rossbach 1854, it contains no new conjectures by Bergk.

Rossberg, Konrad (1876),

‘zu Catullus’, NJbb 113, 549-550.

Rossberg, Konrad (1877),

‘zu Catullus’, NJbb 115, 127-8.

Rossberg, Konrad (1877a),

‘conjecturen zu Catullus’, NJbb 115, 841-5.

Rostand, Benoist and Thomas (1879-90),

C. Valeri Catulli Liber – Les poésies de Catulle. Traduction en vers français par Eugène Rostand, Texte revu d’après les travaux les plus récents de la Philologie Avec un Commentaire critique & explicatif par E. Benoist … (Paris). – Vol. 1 (1879) contains the text of the poems edited by Benoist with a translation by Rostand, vol. 2 (1882) a commentary on poems 1-63 by Benoist, and vol. 3 (1890) a commentary on poems 64-116 by Thomas.

Sabellicus, Marcus Antonius [1490-93],

‘Ex Catullo’, in: id., Annotationes in Plinium et alios auctores [Venetiis?], fol. 10r-v. – For the date [ca. 1490-93] see the Incunable Short Title Catalogue, and compare Gaisser (1993) 49.

Saenger, M. [correctly G.E.] (1912):

see G.E. Zenger (1912a).

Salmasius, Claudius (1620),

Historiae Augustae Scriptores VI (Parisiis). – The page numbering starts anew for the commentary (part 2). – At part 2, p. 412 on 25.7.

Salmasius, Claudius (1629),

Cl. Salmasii Plinianae Exercitationes in Caii Iulii Solini Polyhistora ... (Parisiis).

Santenius, Laurentius (? – 1798) (1788),

C. Valerii Catulli Elegia ad Manlium (Lugduni Batavorum).

Santenius, Laurentius (? – 1798) (1825),

Terentianus Maurus de litteris syllabis pedibus et metris, e recensione et cum notis Laurentii Santenii: Opus Santenii morte interruptum absoluit David Iacobus van Lennep (Traiecti ad Rhenum). – Note Van Lennep’s words on the last unnumbered page of his preface: ‘Mea paucissima adieci’.

Scaliger, Iosephus (1565),

Coniectanea in M. Terentium Varronem de lingua Latina (Parisiis).

Scaliger, Iosephus (1573),

Publii Virgilii Maronis Appendix (Lugduni).

Scaliger, Iosephus (1576),

Iosephi Scaligeri Iul. Caesaris f. in Sex. Pompei Festi Libros de uerborum significatione Castigationes, Recognitae & auctae (Lutetiae).

Scaliger, Iosephus (1577),

Castigationes in Catullum, Tibullum, Propertium (Lutetiae). – Scaliger uses intensively the codex MS. 52 a. 1467, which he sometimes misreads. MS. 52 writes quoi for cui (though sometimes he sticks to cui, according to the collation I am using); Scaliger uses similar forms much more often, such as quum for the conjunction cum, and quur for cur. He even writes polcher for pulc(h)er (79.1 and 79.3). His penchant for archaic orthography is connected to what he found in MS. 52 (cfr. p. 92: ‘In nostro duo antiqui characteris extabant vestigia, mei, & pervres’, on 77.3: the first of these forms go back to the archetype, the second is an innovation found in MS. 52), and accordingly, he is influenced by the archaizing spelling adopted on occasion by the scribe of MS. 52, Pacificus Irenaeus Maximus of Ascoli. He sometimes misreports the readings of the manuscript, most notably on p. 82, where he quotes its title as Q. valerI catvlli ad cor. nepotem libellus. In fact the title of MS. 52 reads Q. Valerij Catulli poetae Verone(n)sis Ad Cornelium Nepotem Liber i(n)cipit :~ feliciter.

Scaliger, Iosephus (1577a),

Catulli, Tibulli, PropertiI nova editio (Lutetiae).

Scaliger, Iosephus (1600),

Castigationes in Catullum, Tibullum, Propertium [Heidelbergae].

Scaliger, Iosephus (1600a),

Catulli, Tibulli, PropertiI nova editio [Heidelbergae].

Schlesier, Gustav (1850),

in a letter of Lachmann’s to Moriz Haupt dated 1 January 1850, published in Lachmann, ed. Vahlen (1892), 219-221, at p. 221. – On Cat. 8.9.

Schmid, Walter (1974),

Catullus. Ansichten und Durchblicke (Göppingen).

Schmidt, Bernhardus (1887),

C. Valeri Catulli Veronensis Carmina ... Editio Maior (Lipsiae). – For his conjectures see the ‘Adnotatio critica’ on pp. CVIII – CXXXV.

Schmidt, Moriz (1880),

‘zu Catullus’, NJbb 121, 777-785.

Schöll, Fritz (1880),

‘zu Catull’, NJbb 121, 471-496.

Schrader, Johannes (1721/22-1783) (1761),

Obseruationum Liber (Franequerae). – At pp. 36-37 on 64.192.

Schrader, Johannes (1721/22-1783) (1776),

Liber Emendationum (Leovardiae).

Schrader, Johannes (1721/22-1783) (1788),

in Santenius (1788). – On 68b.118.

Schrader, Johannes (1721/22-1783) (ante 1784),

handwritten notes on Catullus, now Berlin, Staatsbibliothek – Preussischer Kulturbesitz, MS. Diez. B. Sant. 44. – Schrader wrote in a minute, heavily abbreviated hand, his notes reflect the creative chaos of brainstorming, and they have been conserved in utter confusion, with notes on Catullus conserved out of sequence among notes on Propertius, Tibullus, and other authors. I could not make sense of some parts of his notes; I may have misunderstood some other passages. Often it is hard to tell whether Schrader is making a conjecture of his own or advocating a reading he has found somewhere else.

Schröder, Ferdinand (1892),

Catulliana (Cleve).

Schulhof, J.M. (1901) [1903],

a report of a note on Sappho frg. 31 Lobel-Page, line 8, read at a meeting of the Cambridge Philological Society on 30 May 1901, PCPhS 59, 10-12. – At pp. 11-12 on 51.8.

Schulze, Karl Paul (1880),

‘Drei Catullfragen’, Zeitschrift für das Gymnasialwesen 34, 352-392.

Schulze, Karl Paul (1888),

a review of B. Schmidt (1887) in Wochenschrift für Klassische Philologie 5, 715-720.

Schulze, Karl Paul (1888a),

‘Der Codex M des Catull’, Hermes 23, 560-591. – At p. 585 on 64.205.

Schulze, Karl Paul (1893),

Beiträge zur Erklärung der römischen Elegiker (Berlin).

Schulze, Karl Paul (1893a),

in: Catulli Veronensis Liber. Recensuit Aemilius Baehrens. Noua editio a K.P. Schulze curata (Lipsiae).

Schulze, Karl Paul (1898),

Beiträge zur Erklärung der römischen Elegiker II (Berlin).

Schulze, Karl Paul (1909),

a review of Friedrich (1908) in Zeitschrift für das Gymnasialwesen 63 (n.s. 43), 266-277.

Schuster, Mauriz (1949),

‘Marginalien zu einer neuen Ausgabe Catulls’, WS 64, 82-106.

Schuster, Mauriz (1949a),

Catulli Veronensis Liber (Lipsiae).

Schuster, Mauriz (1950-51),

‘Kritisch-exegetische Nachlese zu Catull’, WS 65, 42-53.

Schuster, Mauriz (1954),

Catulli Veronensis Liber. Editio altera (Lipsiae).

Schwabe, Ludwig = Schwabius, Ludovicus (1862),

Quaestionum Catullianarum Liber I (Gissae).

Schwabe, Ludwig = Schwabius, Ludovicus (1864),

Coniecturae Catullianae (Dorpati Livonorum).

Schwabe, Ludwig = Schwabius, Ludovicus (1865),

De codicibus archetypo et Veronensi Catullianis (Dorpati Livonorum). – At p. 17 on 64.296.

Schwabe, Ludwig = Schwabius, Ludovicus (1866),

Catulli Veronensis Liber (Gissae).

Schwabe, Ludwig = Schwabius, Ludovicus (1886),

Catulli Veronensis Liber ad optimos codices denuo collatos (Berolini).

Schwenck, Konrad (1857),

‘Catull. 25, 5’, Philologus 12, 453. – On 25.5.

Seva, A. (1989),

in: A. Seva & J. Vergés (1989), Catul. Poesies (Barcelona).

Sigicellus, Ioannes Baptista (1492-1560) (1566),

in: Statius (1566). – On 64.385.

Sillig, Carl Julius (1822),

De C. Valerii Catulli Carminibus Epistola Critica (Lipsiae).

Sillig, Carl Julius (1823),

C. Valerii Catulli Carmina (Gottingae).

Sillig, Carl Julius (1830),

a review article on Doering, rev. Naudet (1826), Huschke (1826), Naeke (1827), Spengel (1828) and Lachmann (1829), Jahrbücher für Philologie und Pädagogik No. 5, vol. 2, 259-297.

Silvius, Philippus (1685),

C. Valerii Catulli opera interpretatione et notis illustravit Philippus Silvius T.E.C.P. jussu Christianissimi Regis, in usum serenissimi Delphini (Parisiis).

Simpson, Francis P. (1886),

Select Poems of Catullus (London).

Skutsch, Otto (1962),

‘Catull 64, 254’, Philologus 106, 281-2.

Skutsch, Otto (1969),

‘Metrical variations and some textual problems in Catullus’, BICS 16, 38-43.

Skutsch, Otto (1970),

‘Zur Überlieferung und zum Text Catulls’, a lecture delivered on 22 June 1970; see the summary in Acta Philologica Aenipontana 3 (1976) 68-9. – At p. 69 on 6.12 and 66.77.

Skutsch, Otto (1974),

apud Goold (1983). – On 25.5.

Skutsch, Otto (1976),

‘Notes on Catullus’, BICS 23, 18-22.

Slater, D.A. (1905),

‘On Catullus, XXV. 5’, CR 19, 59.

Slater, D.A. (1912),

‘To the Editor of the Classical Review’, CR 26, 206-7. – On 29.21-24.

Slater, D.A. (1913),

‘Catulliana’, CQ 7, 122-8.

Slater, D.A. (1923),

‘Two Notes on Catullus’, CR 37, 25-6. – On 63.14 and 64.135.

Slater, D.A. (1924),

‘Catullus CVII’, CR 38, 150-151.

Smyth, W.R. (1949),

‘Three Notes on Catullus’, Hermathena 74, 39-40.

Solodow, Joseph B. (1987),

‘On Catullus 95’, CPh 82, 141-5.

Song-Yang, Li (2012):

see Li, Song-Yang.

Sonnenschein, E.R. (1898),

‘Domi, Domo (Catullus 31, 14)’, CR 12, 360-361.

Spengel, Leonhardus (1826),

M. Terenti Varronis de Lingua Latina libri qui supersunt (Berolini). – At p. 249.

Spengel, Leonhardus (1827),

Specimen Lectionum in C. Val. Catulli Carmina (Diss. Monachi).

Spengel, Leonhardus (1828),

‘Specimen Lectionum in C. Valerii Catulli Carmina’, Neues Archiv für Philologie und Pädagogik (Hannover) vol. 3, no. 4, 93-127. – An augmented version of Spengel (1827).

Stampini, Ettore (1919),

‘Vigiliae Hibernae II. Catulliana. XXIX, 20 e 23. – LV, 4 e 11. – Il carme LXVII. – Nuovo saggio di versione poetica (V, VII, VIII, LXXXV)’, Atti della Reale Accademia delle Scienze di Torino 54, 613-635. – Reprinted in Stampini, Ettore (1921), Nel mondo latino. Studi di letteratura e filologia, seconda serie (Torino), 329-358.

Starkie, W.J.M. (1890),

‘Recent editions of Catullus’, Hermathena (vol. 7) no. 16, 315-329.

Statius, Achilles (1566),

Catullus cum commentario Achillis Statii Lusitani (Venetiis). – References are to the commentary; the text only contains a fraction of Statius’ proposals.

Staveren, Augustinus van (1734):

see Van Staveren (1734).

Stocchi, Giuseppe (1875),

Vita e carmi di C. Valerio Catullo (Firenze).

Stuttaford, Charles (1912),

The Poems of Gaius Valerius Catullus with Notes and a Translation (London). – At p. 222 on 29.8.

Suess, J. (1876),

Catulliana. Theil I (Diss. Erlangen).

Suess, J. (1878),

‘Catulliana’, Acta Seminarii Philologici Erlangensis 1, 1-48.

Suess, J. (1882),

apud Eduard Wölfflin, ‘Satura critica’, Hermes 17, 173-176, at p. 173. – On 64.149.

Suringar, Gerardus Tiaard (1803),

Prolusio exhibens criticas in Catulli Epithalamium Pelei et Thetidos, nec non in ejusdem carmen ad Manlium observationes (Lingae).

Syme, Ronald (1955),

apud Neudling (1955), 185. – On 61.16.

Tandoi, Vincenzo (1976),

‘L’arguzia del carme 54 di Catullo’, SIFC n.s. 48, 5-28.

Tar, Ibolya (2005),

‘Vergleich als vollständiges Gedicht? (Catull c. 2a)’, in: Ibolya Tar, Péter Mayer eds., Studia Catulliana in memoriam Stephani Caroli Horváth (1931-1966) (Szeged), 39-43.

Tartara, Alexander (1881),

Animadversiones in locos nonnullos Valeri Catulli et Titi Livi (Romae).

Tartara, Alexander (1882),

Animadversiones in locos nonnullos Valeri Catulli et Titi Livi. Iterum emendatiores editae (Romae). – At p. 34 on 66.59.

Thomas, Émile (1890),

in: Rostand, Benoist and Thomas (1872-1890), vol. 3.

Thomas, Paulus (1921),

‘Observationes ad scriptores latinos’, Mnemosyne n.s. 49, 1-75. – At pp. 10-11 on 46.11.

Thomson, D.F.S. (1970),

‘Catullus 64, 196’, RhM 113, 89-91.

Thomson, D.F.S. (1978),

Catullus: A Critical Edition (Chapel Hill).

Thomson, D.F.S. (1984),

‘Catullus 107.3-4 and 109.1-2’, LCM 9, 119-120.

Thomson, D.F.S. (1987),

‘Catullus 112’, Phoenix 47, 191-2.

Thomson, D.F.S. (1997),

Catullus Edited with a Textual and Interpretative Commentary (Toronto).

Thomson, D.F.S. (2009),

a review of Trappes-Lomax (2007) in Mnemosyne ser. iv 62, 679-685. – At p. 682 on 7.2.

Thomson, J.A.K. (1950),

‘Catullus IV. 6-9’, CR 64, 90. – On 4.8.

Titius, Robertus (1583),

Roberti Titii Burgensis Locorum controversorum libri decem (Florentiae). – At pp. 30-31 on 64.10.

Tollius, Iacobus (1671),

D. Magni Ausonii Burdigalensis Opera (Amstelodami).

Traenkle, Hermann (1981),

‘Catullprobleme’, MH 38, 245-258. – At pp. 255-6 on 62.58b and its context.

Traill, David A. (1992),

‘The Text of Catullus 64.24’, CPh 87, 326-8.

Trappes-Lomax, John M. (2001),

‘Catullus 107: Removing the hiatus and other textual suggestions’, Phoenix 55, 304-312.

Trappes-Lomax, John M. (2002),

‘Three suggestions in Latin poetry’, CQ n.s. 52, 609-612. – At pp. 609-610 on 10.26.

Trappes-Lomax, John M. (2002a),

‘Seven suggestions in Catullus’, Mnemosyne ser. iv, 55, 73-82.

Trappes-Lomax, John M. (2002b),

‘Eleven suggestions in Latin poetry’, Mnemosyne ser. iv, 55, 581-8.

Trappes-Lomax, John M. (2007),

Catullus: A Textual Reappraisal (Swansea).

Trappes-Lomax, John M. (2012),

‘Further Thoughts on Catullus’, Paideia 67, 633-645.

Traube, Ludwig (1883),

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