|Author:||Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D.|
|Title:||Ouid his inuectiue against Ibis. Translated into English méeter, whereunto is added by the translator, a short draught of all the stories and tales contayned therein, very pleasant to be read.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Ouid his inuectiue against Ibis. Translated into English méeter, whereunto is added by the translator, a short draught of all the stories and tales contayned therein, very pleasant to be read.
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D., Underdown, Thomas,
Imprinted at London: By Thomas East, & Henry Middleton, Anno Domini. 1569.
|Alternate titles:||Ibis. English Ibis. Ovid his invectiue against Ibis.|
A translation of: Ibis.
Translated by Thomas Underdown, whose name appears on A2r.
Partly in verse.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
¶ TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE and my very good lord, syr Thomas Sackuyle knight, lord Buckhurst: Thomas Vnderdovvn vvisheth continuall health, vvith encrease of Ho∣nor.
¶ The Preface to the gentle Reader.
Ouid his inuectiue against IBYS.
pages (signatures) B.i.-G.iiii.
pages (signatures) G.iiii.-M.v.