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         Ovid:     more books (100)
  1. The Metamorphoses by Ovid, 2009-11-03
  2. Ovid's Metamorphoses by Ovid, 2002-03-22
  3. Ovid: Heroides XVI-XXI (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics) (No. 16-21) by Ovid, 1996-04-26
  4. P. Ovidi Nasonis Metamorphoses (Oxford Classical Texts) (Latin Edition) by Ovid, 2004-05-06
  5. The Metamorphoses: Selected Stories in Verse (Dover Thrift Editions) by Ovid, 2003-05-07
  6. After Ovid: New Metamorphoses
  7. Tristia (Latin and German Edition) by Ovid, 2010-01-10
  8. Fasti by Ovid, 2010-04-02
  9. The Poems of Exile: Tristia and the Black Sea Letters, With a New Foreword by Ovid, 2005-01-18
  10. Ovid: Metamorphoses I (Ovid - Metamorphoses) (Bk.1) by Ovid, 2003-07-28
  11. The Director: An oral biography of J. Edgar Hoover by Ovid Demaris, 1975
  12. Ovid: Metamorphoses Book XIV (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics) by Ovid, 2010-01-29
  13. The Fasti of Ovid: Latin Text by Ovid, 2000-10-16
  14. Mail and Female: Epistolary Narrative and Desire in Ovid's Heroides (Wisconsin Studies in Classics) by Sara H. Lindheim, 2003-10-15

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  • 43. Ovid —
    Encyclopedia ovid. ovid (Publius ovidius Naso) (ov'id) , 43 B.C. – A.D. 18, Latin poet, b. Sulmo (presentday Sulmona), in the Apennines. Although trained for the law, he preferred the

    44. Arachnion, N. 2.1, May 1996 - Schmitzer: Gallus Im Elysium
    Gallus im Elysium. Ein Versuch ber ovids Trauerelegie auf den toten Papagei Corinnas (am. 2,6).
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    Arachnion n. 2.1, May 1996
    Gallus im Elysium.
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    di ULRICH SCHMITZER (Erlangen) "In der Nacht vom 29. bis zum 30. November d.J. entschlief, um zu einem bessern Dasein zu erwachen, mein teurer geliebter Zögling, der Kater Murr, im vierten Jahre seines hoffnungsvollen Lebens. Wer den verewigten Jüngling kannte, wer ihn wandeln sah auf der Bahn der Tugend und des Rechts, mißt meinen Schmerz und ehrt ihn mit Schweigen." Mit dieser Traueranzeige gab E.T.A. Hoffmann am 1. Dezember 1821 seinen Freunden kund, daß der Titelheld der "Lebensansichten des Katers Murr" verstorben war, während sein Besitzer am (dann Fragment gebliebenen) vierten Teil der fiktiven Autobiographie seines Katers arbeitete. Daß Hofmanns Trauer um sein wie (oder gar: mehr als) einen menschlichen Freund geschätztes Tier echt ist, wird kaum jemand bezweifeln. Für den Philologen von besonderem Interesse ist jedoch das Zusammentreffen von tiefem persönlichem Schmerz und einer poetischer Tradition, die bis weit in die Ahnengalerie der Weltliteratur zurückreicht. carm.

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    46. Un Texte Fondateur: Les Métamorphoses D'Ovide.
    Un parcours initiatique sur le mythe d Orph e dans les M tamorphoses. Travail r alis par les l ves de seconde du lyc e Pablo Neruda Saint-Martin d H res.
    Cette squence pdagogique a t ralise en Juin 2000 au Lyce Pablo Neruda de Saint Martin d'Hres, sous la direction de Madame Guyot, professeur de Lettres classiques, par les lves de la classe de seconde latiniste, dont les prnoms suivent: Bastien, Nicolas, Manuel, Emilie, Stphanie, Jennifer, Damien, Laurent, Lilian, Marc, Orianne, Sonia, Maryline et Sandrine. Avec le concours technique de Guillaume Garon, Professeur de Lettres-Histoire au lyce Pablo Nruda.
    Le texte fondateur
    Bien quOrphe soit un mythe du monde antique qui connut de nombreuses interprtations, cest le texte dOvide Les Mtamorphose , qui servit de rfrence pour le plupart des lectures modernes (dont lOrfeo de Monteverdi). Dans cette page, vous trouverez des extraits traduits et une analyse simplifie des lments qui composent le mythe fondateur. Tout dabord, voici quelques extraits traduits :
    Livre dixime
    La qute d' Eurydice
    Vers 1 39
    Liber Decimus
    Vers 1 39
    Le retour solitaire (Vers 40 85 Vers 40 85.

    For reasons unknown to us, he spent 20 years of his life in banishment in Constantsa. From his writings we know he found this a hard ordeal to him, there was no place like Rome

    48. Ovid (Roman Poet) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
    ovid (Roman poet), March 20, 43 bcSulmo, Roman Empire now Sulmona, Italyad 17Tomis, Moesia now Constanţa, Rom.Roman poet noted especially for his Ars amatoria and
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    Table of Contents: Ovid Article Article Life Life Works Works Assessment Assessment Influence Influence Additional Reading Additional Reading Related Articles Related Articles Supplemental Information Supplemental Information - Quotations Quotations External Web sites External Web sites Citations Primary Contributor: Edward John Kenney ARTICLE from the Ovid Latin in full Publius Ovidius Naso (b. March 20, 43 bc ad 17, Tomis, Moesia [now Constanţa, Rom.]), Roman poet noted especially for his Ars amatoria and Metamorphoses.

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    51. Evandre
    Textes d ovide et des Annales de Tacite (livre XIV) accompagn s de leur vocabulaire par degr de difficult , et de leur traduction. Des versions partir d ovide sont galement disponibles, avec leur corrig .

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    54. Ovid - Wikipedia
    Publius ovidius Naso, jiske English waala des me, jaada kar ke ovid ke naam se jaana jaawat rahaa, Ancient Roman ke ek poet rahaa. Uske janam 20 March 43 BC me Sulmona, Italy
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    Publius Ovidius Naso , jiske English waala des me, jaada kar ke Ovid ke naam se jaana jaawat rahaa, Ancient Roman ke ek poet rahaa. Uske janam 20 March 43 BC me Sulmona , Italy me bhaes rahaa. Aaj kal ke log soche hae ki uu 17 AD nai to 18 AD ke maraa.
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    55. Ovid, University Of Saskatchewan
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    Ovid by John Porter, University of Saskatchewan
    Suggested Background Reading
    For the life of Ovid and general background material, see the introduction to Innes' translation of the Metamorphoses, esp. pp. 9-12.
    Other useful sources are: The Oxford Companion to Classical Literature (2nd edition), s.vv. "Ovid" and "Julia"; Suetonius, Life of Augustus Links in the following discussion are to the Selections from Ovid's Amores in the collection of translations of Classical authors, and to other works available on the Perseus website
    P. Ovidius Naso (Ovid)
    43 B.C. - A.D. 17
    List of Works
    Amores Ars Amatoria
    Heroides Amores
    Ars Amatoria The Art of Love]
    Medicamina faciei femineae Ars Amatoria
    Remedia Amoris Cures for Love]
    Fasti Tristia Epistulae ex Ponto Letters from Pontus]
    Life and Works
    Ovid was born in Sulmo, in central Italy. His family was of equestrian rank and therefore fairly well off (cf. Catullus' family background). Ovid was given the standard education for a young man of his rank and was groomed for a career in law (the ancient equivalent of the civil service). He held a couple of minor posts, but then turned to poetry, for which (he tells us) he had displayed a natural talent since youth. He soon won the patronage of M. Valerius Messalla Corvinus (64 B.C. - A.D. 8), a patrician who had won fame as an orator, soldier, and linguist and was a well-known patron of the arts. [Messalla fought on the Republican side at Philippi but later became a supporter of Antony. He transferred his allegiance to Octavian in disgust at Antony's liaison with Cleopatra and fought against Antony at Actium. He was the man who proposed the title of

    56. Ovid - New World Encyclopedia
    Engraved frontispiece of George Sandys's 1632 London edition of ovids Metamorphosis Englished.
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    Engraved frontispiece of George Sandys's 1632 London edition of Ovids Metamorphosis Englished. Publius Ovidius Naso (b. Sulmona, March 20, 43 B.C.E. C.E. ) was a Roman poet known to the English-speaking world as Ovid . In his own time he was ranked alongside Virgil and Horace as one of the three canonical poets of Latin literature. Ovid is generally considered the greatest master of the elegiac couplet, and, of the great Latin poets, is considered to have the most psychological complexity and depth. His poetry, much imitated during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages , had a decisive influence on European art and literature for centuries, influencing such luminaries as Petrarch Chaucer , and Shakespeare . Ovid's poetry assimilated the Greek mythology and traditions of the past, infusing them with a uniquely Roman sense of romanticism (the word itself comes from "Rome", and it is from Ovid that we have the first literary romance); his poetry, like Virgil 's, would become a touchstone of the ancient world for subsequent generations of writers to admire and emulate.

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    59. Ovid - Definition Of Ovid At
    (L. name Publius ovidius Naso) 43 17?; Rom. poet

    60. Mythography | The Roman Poet Ovid
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    Tristia and Letters from Pontus ) have no other topic than the poet's sorrows, his exquisite taste and fruitful invention have redeemed them from the charge of being tedious, and they are read with pleasure and even with sympathy. The two great works of Ovid are his Metamorphoses and his Fasti . They are both mythological poems, and from the former we [note - "we" here means Bulfinch] have taken most of our stories of Greek and Roman mythology. A late writer thus characterizes these poems:

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