Serium Senectutis

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HELIE RUBEI TRIPOLAWENSIS SERIUM SENECTUTIS1

Dum variat studiosus homo sacra coniugiorum ffedera felici federe crebro caret, Et superum sacra sponte loquax hominumque reuelat; Copula fin fide federibus + verata + 5 Cum Ioue Iunonem, claudum cum Cipride fabrum Federat, Abderitem copulat atque Team; Argionam2 Iano iungit, dum Philologiam Mercurio sociam conciliare studet Iudicio Iouis, et Peleo Thetis3 a Ioue iusto 10 Iungitur, idque libens sepe retartat homo: Admeto sociare suam se segnificare Vix volet Alcestem per deitatis opem, Nec sobolem ceteris cupido coniungere Diti Cessat homo dignam tam locuplete viro; 15 Promptus et ad vicium, socialia vincula viuens Nisibus intensis querere curat ouans. Sic secum sua nupta sibi super omnia querit, Solaque sepe sibi uota maligna mouet, Solaque que fugiunt perituraque coniuga curans, 20 Moribus infesta federa feda probat, |1v | Nec vitam virtute volet sibi federe iuncta Sic solidare suam, quo sit in orbe valens. Pectus et os socianda sibi confedere firmo Distrahit et variat censor vtrimque rudis; 25 Quin potius sensatus homo coniungere fido ffedere pergat ea consociata sibi; ffederet ergo simul duo sic sociale ligamen, Quo bene conveniant pectus et oris opus.

[1.] Uix ego quidem talia fine predestinato precluderam, cum 30 consors meus sua pro consuetudine secum cepit submurmurare Philippus, tandemque tales prorupit in sermones, velut per verba

1 Helie Rubei Tripolawensis Serium Senectutis Incipit S. Above the incipit S writes: Assit principio Sancta Maria meo .

2 Argiona S

3 Rhetis S

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