Amores

(from the article `Celtis, Conradus`) ...early forerunners of Baroque opera. His greatest work, however, is his lyric poetry—Odes (published posthumously, 1513), Epigrams (in manuscript ...
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Amores

[Lucian] The Erōtes or Amores (Ἔρωτες; `Loves`, or `The two kinds of love`) is a Greek dialogue, an example of contest literature, comparing the love of women and the love of boys, and concluding that the latter was preferable. The dialogue was transmitted among the works of Lucian. Most modern scholars believe that the style of the...
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Amores

[Ovid] Amores is Ovid`s first completed book of poetry, written in elegiac couplets. It was first published in 16 BC in 5 books, but Ovid by his own account later edited it down into the 3-book edition that has come down to us. The book follows the popular model of the erotic elegy, as made famous by figures such as Tibullus or Propertius, ...
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