Antonio Geraldini is well known for his eclogues, which have been reprinted in modern times. But there is another group of his poems which illustrates an early phase of his life. Since these poems have been previously unknown, it seems worth while to print them now. There are thirteen of them (531 lines) and they are contained in a manuscript in the Bodleian Library, Lat. misc. e 81, ff. 85r-96v. They are written in nine different metres; four are in Sapphics (1, 3, 6, 11), two are in elegiacs (12,13), and there is one poem in each of the following metres: lesser Asclepiad (2), first Asclepiad (8), second Asclepiad (4), third Asclepiad (10), Alcmanian (5), fourth Archilochian (9), and Phalaecean (7).