The Elegies of Propertius: The Satyricon of Petronius Arbiter, & the Kisses of Johannes Secundus [pseud.] Literally Tr. & Accompanied by Poetical Versions from Various Sources, to which are Added, the Love Epistles of Aristaenetus
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