Suppose I want to curse someone — I want to ask some gods or spirits to do evil upon a particular person. (No, I'm not angry at any user of this site.) How do I do this in Latin?
I am not familiar with the typical structure or vocabulary of such curses. I don't know if there is a reliable cursing guide somewhere out there, but I'm sure I can survive without one if I have good examples. A link to a curse text corpus together with some examples showcasing the most typical curses would be great! Perhaps there's a list of curse tablet texts somewhere? Mentions in other literature are also welcome if they tell how to curse. I want to know how to curse authentically, so my interest is limited to curses of the (pagan) classical antiquity. I assume there's an idiomatic way to phrase "please take this offering and kill that other guy" in classical Latin.
There is also a question regarding the syntax of swearing, but it's not really relevant here.