Ovid (43 B.C.- 17? A.D.) Bartholomaeus Merula, editor. De Arte Amandi et De Rememdio Amoris cum Comento. Venice: Johannes Tacuinus, de Tridino, 1494.
First edition with Merula's commentary, small folio, a-g6, A6, B-C4; 56 leaves; register with printer's device present, modern calf, tooled in period style in blind and gilt, cloth ties, occasional worming and staining to contents, contemporary underlining, pointing fingers, and emphasis, woodcut initials, 11 3/4 x 8 in.
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