|Author:||Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D.|
|Title:||Publ [sic] Ovid. De tristibus: or Mour nefull [sic] elegies in five bookes: composed in his banishment, part at sea, and part at Tomos, a city of Pontus. Translated into English verse by Zachary Catlin, Mr. of Arts. Suffolke.|
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Publ [sic] Ovid. De tristibus: or Mour nefull [sic] elegies in five bookes: composed in his banishment, part at sea, and part at Tomos, a city of Pontus. Translated into English verse by Zachary Catlin, Mr. of Arts. Suffolke.
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D., Catlin, Zachary,
London: Printed by T. Cotes, for Iohn Bellamie, and are to be sold at his shop, at the signe of the three golden Lyons in Corne-hill, 1639.
|Alternate titles:||Tristia. English Tristia. Publ Ovid. De tristibus: or Mour nefull elegies. Publ Ovid. De tristibus: or Mournefull elegies. Mournefull elegies.|
A translation of: Tristia.
Variant: with an additional two-leaf dedication to Mr. William Springe.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
To the Courteous Reader.
The Authour, of his Translation.
To his much honoured Friend, The Authour of this Translation.
To his Reverend Friend the Authour of these Translations.
I dem in eundem.
To his worthily esteemed friend Mr. Zachary Catlin the Authour of this Translation.
In Pub. Ovid. NASONIS Elegi∣as, eorumque interpretem Ovi∣dianissimum ZA. CATELIN amicum fibi conjunctissimum.
To the Ingenious Translatour, and the Censorious Reader.
The Argument of the fourth Elegie, in Lib. 4, Fol. 66.
An Index of the severall fifty ELEGIES in these five Bookes.
PVBLII OVID. Nasonis de Tristibus. LIB. 1.