Ars Amatoria ("The Art of Love") (in three Books) - Ovid
The Ars amatoria (Latin: 'Art of Love') is a poem in three books by the Roman poet Ovid. It claims to provide teaching in three areas of general preoccupation: how and where to find girls (and husbands) in Rome, how to seduce them, and how to prevent others from stealing them.
Remedia Amoris (Love's Remedy or The Cure for Love) is a 814 line poem in Latin by the Roman poet Ovid. In this poem, Ovid offers advices and strategies to avoid being hurt by love feelings , or to fall out of love, with a stoician overtone.
Medicamina Faciei Feminae ("Women's Facial Cosmetics"), also known as The Art of Beauty, 100 lines surviving. Published ca. 5 BC.
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Table of Contents
Ovid's Art of Love
Ovid's Remedy of Love
Ovid's Art of Beauty
The Court of Love, a Tale from Chaucer
History of Love, by Charles Hopkins
Perseus and Andromeda
Hippomenes and Atalanta
Cephalus and Procris
Orpheus and Eurydice
The Parting of Achilles and Deidamia
Leander's Epistle to Hero
Narcissus and Echo
Salmacis and Hermaphroditus