Horace Odes 1.37

Nunc est bibendum, nunc pede libero
Now we must drink, now we must strike the earth

pulsanda tellus, nunc Saliaribus
with loose foot, now it was time

ornare pulvinar deorum
to adorn the sacred couch

tempus erat dapibus, sodales.
for the Salarian feasts, companions.

antehac nefas depromere Caecubum
previously, it was a crime to bring out

cellis avitis, dum Capitolio
choice wine from Caecubus, from the ancestral cellars

regina dementis ruinas
while the queen was preparing the mad ruins for the Capitoline

funus et imperio parabat
and destruction for the government
- et - post position

contaminato cum grege turpium
with foul company of men shameful by disease.

morbo virorum, quidlibet inpotens
wild to hope for anything

sperare fortunaque dulci
and drunk with sweet fortune.

ebria; sed minuit furorem
but scarcely one ship safe and sound from the flames

vix una sospes navis ab ignibus
reduced her fury

mentemque lymphatam Mareotico
and Caesar, pursuing closely with oars, reduced the mind

redegit in veros timores
frenzied by means Mareotican wine into true fears

Caesar ab Italia volantem
flying from Italy.

remis adurgens, accipiter velut
just as a hawk (pursues), the gentle doves

mollis columbas aut leporem citus
or the quick hunter (pursues) the rabbit

venator in campis nivalis
on the plains of snowy Thessaly

Haemoniae, daret ut catenis
in order to give the fatal monster to chains

fatale monstrum, quae generosius
who seeking to perish more nobly

perire quaerens nec muliebriter
neither dreaded the sword like a woman

expavit ensem, nec latentis
nor reached the hiding shores

classe cita reparavit oras,
with a fast fleet,

ausa et iacentem visere regiam
and having dared to look at the palace in ruins

voltu sereno, fortis et asperas
with a calm face, and brave to handle the harsh

tractare serpentes, ut atrum
serpents, in order that she would drink the black

corpore combiberet venenum,
poison with her body.

deliberata morte ferocior:
more savage by means of a carefully planned death

saevis Liburnis scilicet invidens
refusing surely to be led away by savage galleys

privata deduci superbo
as a private (citizen)
- deduci - present passive

non humilis mulier triumpho.
not a humble woman for a proud triumph.