Juvenal and Persius

Juvenal and Persius  (1918) 
by Juvenal and Persius, translated by George Gilbert Ramsay

THE LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY


EDITED BY

T. E. PAGE, LITT.D.
E. CAPPS, PH.D., LL.D. W. H. D. ROUSE, LITT.D.

JUVENAL AND PERSIUS

 JUVENAL

AND
 PERSIUS


WITH AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION BY
G. G. RAMSAY, LL.D., Litt.D.
LATE PROFESSOR OF LATIN IN THE UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW



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LONDON : WILLIAM HEINEMANN
NEW YORK : G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS


MCMXXVIII

CONTENTS


PAGE
PREFACE v
INTRODUCTION——
LIFE OF JUVENAL xi
LIFE OF PERSIUS xxi
THE SUPPOSED OBSCURITY OF PERSIUS xxx
PERSIUS AND JUVENAL COMPARED xxxiii
THE SATURA OF ROME xxxvii
LUCILIAN SATIRE xliii
JUVENAL'S SATIRES SUMMARISED xlviii
MSS. OF JUVENAL lxxiii
MSS. OF PERSIUS lxxvii
MSS. OF JUVENAL AS GIVEN IN PROFESSOR HOUSMAN'S EDITION, 1905 lxxxi
MSS. OF PERSIUS AS GIVEN IN BUECHELER'S FOURTH EDITION REVISED BY F. LEO, 1910 lxxxii
THE SATIRES OF JUVENAL——
SATIRE I 2
SATIRE II 16
SATIRE III 30
SATIRE IV 56
SATIRE V 68
SATIRE VI 82
SATIRE VII 136
SATIRE VIII 158
SATIRE IX 180
SATIRE X 192
SATIRE XI 220
SATIRE XII 236
SATIRE XIII 246
SATIRE XIV 264
SATIRE XV 288
SATIRE XVI 302
THE SATIRES OF PERSIUS——
PROLOGUE 310
SATIRE I 312
SATIRE II 333
SATIRE III 342
SATIRE IV 357
SATIRE V 365
SATIRE VI 390
INDEX TO JUVENAL 405
INDEX TO PERSIUS 414

First printed 1918
Reprinted, 1920, 1924, 1928

PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN

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