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"A WORK AS LICENTIOUS AS IT IS ORIGINAL AND ELABORATE"

(OVID) OVIDIUS NASO, Publius. De Arte Amandi et de Remedio Amoris. BOUND WITH: Epistolae Heroides. Venice, July 5, 1494; Jan. 24, 1497. Two volumes bound in one.

Two very scarce and desirable incunable printings of Ovid on the art of love—The Art and Remedy of Love, along with The Heroides—finely printed in Venice by Johannes Tacuinus in 1494 and 1497, the second work with an attractive woodcut-illustrated title page, bound together in one volume. $23,500.

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“THE MOST IMPORTANT SOURCE OF MYTHICAL LORE FOR ALL WRITERS SINCE OVID’S TIME”

(SANDYS, George) (CLEYN, Francis) OVID. Ovid's Metamorphosis Englished. Oxford, 1632.

Second folio and the first revised and illustrated edition of George Sandys’ famous verse translation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, with engraved title page, frontispiece portrait and 15 full-page copperplates by Francis Cleyn, very handsomely bound. $8000.

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