Ovid's Amores 1,5 and the complex of Pompey
Journal article, Peer reviewed
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Original versionAevum antiquum. 2018, 159-181. 10.26350/020747_000007
The main argument of this paper is that Amores I 5, a key poem in the work with which Ovid claims to have to begun his literary career, activates specific features of the legacy of Pompey the Great mediated through both the monument that Pompey built for himself and through works of Augustan literature composed after Pompey’s death.