AP Catullus Page
NOTE: FOR SOME TIME WE HAVE NOT DONE THE CATULLUS SYLLABUS, WHICH WILL NOT BE OFFERED AFTER THE 2008-09 SCHOOL YEAR. NONETHELESS, I HOPE TO CONTINUE TO ADD TO THIS PAGE. PLEASE CHECK FOR UPDATES. GOOD LUCK ON THE AP EXAM!
FEATURING: Test your knowledge of Ancient Meters. Scansion Tests for Poems 1, 2, 2B, 4, 70, 87, 101. Practice Figures of Speech for 64, 65, 68, 69, 76, 77, 85, 109, 116.
1. I left my book at school.
2. Res metrica (You may need the free Acrobat Reader.)
C. Check your knowledge of various meters: matching
3. Figures of Speech
B. Review figures of speech from Catullus's poetry with these Flashcards.
3. I don't get it!
Don't assume these translations are correct.
4. I still don't get it.
(There are two translations available here. Click on Versions; select
Smithers; click on Change now.
5. I can't even figure out what this word means. Consult a dictionary.
(Nota Bene: postquam tu haec exempla in alias linguas conversa lexisti, tibi ipsi nunc necesse est versus Catulli in linguam anglicam transferre.)
(other authors found here, too; some translations by poet Eduard Mörike)
Working with Individual Poems (In development: sorry, this is all I've got.)
1. Catullus 1
2. Catullus 2/2b
4. Catullus 4
13. Catullus 13
64. Catullus 64
65. Catullus 65
68. Catullus 68
70. Catullus 70
85. Catullus 85
87. Catullus 87
101. Catullus 101