|Posted on Sat May 09, 2009 15:45:08|| |
|I'm writing a book about prehistory and at present I√ā¬īm researching a little about salmon. I'm intrigued by a reference in the Dictionary of Celtic Mythology to Catullus likening a salmon's leap to the human phallus. Although I've tried googling to get a reference for this, I can't seem to find it. |
Do you know the place in Catullus' poems where he uses this idea?
Thanks in advance for any help you may offer.