Ovid's Tristia. Containing five books of mournful elegies: which he sweetly compos'd in the midst of his adversity, while he liv'd in Tomos, a city of Pontus, where he died, after seven years' banishment from Rome ... Newly translated into English ... by T. P.
|Main Creator:||Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D.|
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London : printed for Arthur Bettesworth, 1713.
With a verse: 'The explanation of the frontispiece' on the recto of the frontispiece.
The final three pages contain advertisements.
Physical description: ,125,p. : ill ; 12mo
Citations/References: Foxon, O254
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