A report on Catullus and Richard Crashaw

Modern bust of Catullus on the Piazza Carducci in Sirmione.
Thomas Sutton bequeathed money to maintain a chapel, hospital, and school at the London Charterhouse, a former Carthusian monastery, where Crashaw studied from 1629 to 1631.
Catullus at Lesbia's by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
The Old Court at Pembroke College, Cambridge
Bithynia within the Roman Empire
The Old Court at Peterhouse, Cambridge, the oldest constituent college of the university, which Crashaw described as "a little contentfull kingdom"
Catullus et in eum commentarius (1554)
Little St Mary's, Cambridge
Lesbia, 1878 painting by John Reinhard Weguelin inspired by the poems of Catullus
Title page of Crashaw's Steps to the Temple (1646) which was published during Crashaw's exile

The translation by Richard Crashaw was set to music in a four-part glee by Samuel Webbe Jr. It was also set to music in a three-part glee by John Stafford Smith.

- Catullus

1225–1274). "Come and let us live", a translation by Crashaw of a poem by Roman poet Catullus (84–54 BC), was set to music as a four-part choral glee by Samuel Webbe, Jr. (1770–1843).

- Richard Crashaw
Modern bust of Catullus on the Piazza Carducci in Sirmione.

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