Hi Publius Ovidius Naso mas kilala nga Ovidio ha mga nagyayakan hin Kinatsila o Ovid ha mga nagyayakan han Iningles, usa hiya nga hadto nga magsiriday Romano. Natawo hiya Marso 20, 43 BC ha Sulmona, gintawag ha una nga Sulmo.

Publius Ovidius Naso (Ovid)
Imaginary depiction of Ovid with laurel wreath (from an engraving)
Natawo 20 March 43 BC
Sulmo, Roman Republic (modern Sulmona, Italy)
Namatay AD 17 or 18 (age 58–60)
Tomis, Scythia Minor, Roman Empire (modern Constanţa, Romania)
Trabaho Poet
Genres Elegy, drama, epic



Metamorphoses, 1643

Mga edisyonIgliwat

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Padugang nga barasahonIgliwat

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