Eg. Catullus, poëta Römänus, fëminam laudat.
"poeta" is the noun in apposition - it agrees with Catullus - both are NSM
The typical word order of Latin sentences follows the following pattern:
- the subject and its modifiers,
- the indirect object,
- the direct object,
- adverbial words or phrases; and
- the verb.
This is the style in which the example above is written.
However, there is no "correct" word order for a Latin sentence as there is in English. The example above could have been written in any one of the following ways and still retain the essential meaning:Fëminam Catullus poëta Römänus laudat.
Fëminam poëta Römänus Catullus laudat.
Poëta Römänus Catullus laudat fëminam.