History Creator / Ovid

14th Feb '16 1:41:28 AM Tron80
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His early works included the ''Amores'' (''The Loves''), the ''Epistolae Heroidum'' (''Epistles of the Heroines''), the ''Medicamina faciei'' (''Cosmetics''), the ''Ars amatoria'' (''The Art of Love''), and the ''Remedia amoris'' (''Remedies for Love''). He also completed his epic ''Literature/{{Metamorphoses}}'' in the year 8 AD.

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His early works included the ''Amores'' (''The Loves''), the ''Epistolae Heroidum'' (''Epistles of the Heroines''), the ''Medicamina faciei'' (''Cosmetics''), the ''Ars amatoria'' (''The Art of Love''), and the ''Remedia amoris'' (''Remedies for Love''). He also completed his epic ''Literature/{{Metamorphoses}}'' ''Literature/TheMetamorphoses'' in the year 8 AD.
14th Feb '16 1:39:39 AM Tron80
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Today, Ovid's works remain among the well known classical works -- his ''Literature/{{Metamorphoses}}'', for instance, serves as our best source for countless myths.

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Today, Ovid's works remain among the well known classical works -- his ''Literature/{{Metamorphoses}}'', ''Literature/TheMetamorphoses'', for instance, serves as our best source for countless myths.
30th Oct '14 5:29:08 PM Patachou
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After this, however, Ovid was banished. The poet blamed ''carmen et error''[[note]]A poem and an error[[/note]] for his exile, though exactly what caused EmperorAugustus to banish him remains unknown. During this time Ovid wrote ''Tristia'' and ''Epistulae ex Ponto'', which were clearly affected by his despair over his exile. Neither Augustus nor his successor relented, and Ovid finally died in Tomi, around 18 AD.

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After this, however, Ovid was banished. The poet blamed ''carmen et error''[[note]]A poem and an error[[/note]] for his exile, though exactly what caused EmperorAugustus Emperor UsefulNotes/{{Augustus}} to banish him remains unknown. During this time Ovid wrote ''Tristia'' and ''Epistulae ex Ponto'', which were clearly affected by his despair over his exile. Neither Augustus nor his successor relented, and Ovid finally died in Tomi, around 18 AD.
22nd Jul '13 1:52:17 PM Willbyr
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After this, however, Ovid was banished. The poet blamed ''carmen et error''[[hottip:*:(A poem and an error)]] for his exile, though exactly what caused EmperorAugustus to banish him remains unknown. During this time Ovid wrote ''Tristia'' and ''Epistulae ex Ponto'', which were clearly affected by his despair over his exile. Neither Augustus nor his successor relented, and Ovid finally died in Tomi, around 18 AD.

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After this, however, Ovid was banished. The poet blamed ''carmen et error''[[hottip:*:(A error''[[note]]A poem and an error)]] error[[/note]] for his exile, though exactly what caused EmperorAugustus to banish him remains unknown. During this time Ovid wrote ''Tristia'' and ''Epistulae ex Ponto'', which were clearly affected by his despair over his exile. Neither Augustus nor his successor relented, and Ovid finally died in Tomi, around 18 AD.


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23rd Jun '13 1:44:24 AM Aquila89
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His early works included the ''Amores'' (''The Loves''), the ''Epistolae Heroidum'' (''Epistles of the Heroines''), the ''Medicamina faciei'' (''Cosmetics''), the ''Ars amatoria'' (''The Art of Love''), and the ''Remedia amoris'' (''Remedies for Love''). He also completed his epic ''Literature/{{Metamorphoses}}'' in the year 8AD.

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His early works included the ''Amores'' (''The Loves''), the ''Epistolae Heroidum'' (''Epistles of the Heroines''), the ''Medicamina faciei'' (''Cosmetics''), the ''Ars amatoria'' (''The Art of Love''), and the ''Remedia amoris'' (''Remedies for Love''). He also completed his epic ''Literature/{{Metamorphoses}}'' in the year 8AD.
8 AD.
23rd Jun '13 1:44:14 AM Aquila89
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After this, however, Ovid was banished. The poet blamed ''carmen et error''[[hottip:*:(A poem and an error)]] for his exile, though exactly what caused EmperorAugustus to banish him remains unknown. During this time Ovid wrote ''Tristia'' and ''Epistulae ex Ponto'', which were clearly affected by his despair over his exile. Neither Augustus nor his successor relented, and Ovid finally died in Tomi, around 18AD.

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After this, however, Ovid was banished. The poet blamed ''carmen et error''[[hottip:*:(A poem and an error)]] for his exile, though exactly what caused EmperorAugustus to banish him remains unknown. During this time Ovid wrote ''Tristia'' and ''Epistulae ex Ponto'', which were clearly affected by his despair over his exile. Neither Augustus nor his successor relented, and Ovid finally died in Tomi, around 18AD.
18 AD.
7th May '12 3:38:42 AM LordGro
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'''Publius Ovidius Naso''' was a Roman poet, more frequently known today as Ovid, and a contemporary of [[Creator/{{Virgil}} Publius Vergilius Maro]]. He lived from 43 BC to ''circa'' 18 AD.

His early works included the ''Amores'' (''The Loves''), the ''Epistolae Heroidum'' (''Epistles of the Heroines''), the ''Medicamina faciei'' (''Cosmetics''), the ''Ars amatoria'' (''The Art of Love''), and the ''Remedia amoris'' (''Remedies for Love''). He also completed his epic ''Literature/{{Metamorphoses}}'' in the year 8AD.

After this, however, Ovid was banished. The poet blamed ''carmen et error''[[hottip:*:(A poem and an error)]] for his exile, though exactly what caused EmperorAugustus to banish him remains unknown. During this time Ovid wrote ''Tristia'' and ''Epistulae ex Ponto'', which were clearly affected by his despair over his exile. Neither Augustus nor his successor relented, and Ovid finally died in Tomi, around 18AD.

Today, Ovid's works remain among the well known classical works -- his ''Literature/{{Metamorphoses}}'', for instance, serves as our best source for countless myths.
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