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Ovids epistles: translated by eminent persons

Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 A.D. or 18 A.D.
Date
1795

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Also known as

Heroides

Publication/Creation

London : Martin and Bain, 1795.

Physical description

2 volumes in 1. ; 14 cm

Notes

Each volume has added t.p.: Ovid's Epistles: translated by Pope, Dryden, and other eminent persons. ..

"The three epistles of Aulus [i.e. Angelus] Sabinus: in answer to as many of Ovid. Translated by Mr. Salusbury": v. 2, p. [95]-114

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ESTC T99256

Binding detail

Hardback

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  • English


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Royal College of Physicians, London

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