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Poem #176

[De Catone nostro]
written [before1528-12-16?]
Poem lost, mentioned in IDL 5756: <i>Itane tuis me subinde deliciis onerabis, mi Dantisce, epigrammatis epigrammata et carmina carminibus addens, quae non secus ab istoc pectore, quam a montibus fluunt flumina? Emoriar, ni id ipsum, quod scribis de Catone nostro, mihi persuaseram, tam est mihi notum hominis ingenium, nimium, (ni fallor), agreste. Sed nonne tu nimium prodigus es, qui tuas delicias sic effundas, vel, (si dicere fas est), stultus, qui margaritas proicias porcis.</i>
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