The Epistles of Ovid; Translated into English prose, as near the original as the different idioms of the Latin and English languages will allow. With The Latin Text and Order of Construction in the opposite Page; and Critical, Historical, Geographical, and Classical Notes, in English, from the best Commentators both Antient and Modern, beside a very great Number of Notes entirely New. For the Use of Schools as well as of Private Gentlemen. OVID.
The Epistles of Ovid; Translated into English prose, as near the original as the different idioms of the Latin and English languages will allow. With The Latin Text and Order of Construction in the opposite Page; and Critical, Historical, Geographical, and Classical Notes, in English, from the best Commentators both Antient and Modern, beside a very great Number of Notes entirely New. For the Use of Schools as well as of Private Gentlemen.

The Epistles of Ovid; Translated into English prose, as near the original as the different idioms of the Latin and English languages will allow. With The Latin Text and Order of Construction in the opposite Page; and Critical, Historical, Geographical, and Classical Notes, in English, from the best Commentators both Antient and Modern, beside a very great Number of Notes entirely New. For the Use of Schools as well as of Private Gentlemen.

London: Printed for the assigns of Joseph Davidson, and sold by D. Browne without Temple-Bar, R. Manby on Ludgate-Hill, and J. Whiston and B. White in Fleet-Street, 1753. 2nd edition. Hardcover. 8vo. Contemporary calf. 6-panel hubbed spine with gilt decoration. viii, 295, [5] pp.
Boards and first few pages detached. Wear to leather. Interior is excellent.
This is a rare 18th century English translation of the works of Ovid. There were no other copies for sale online at time of listing. Item #2742

Price: $300.00

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