15 love stories by Ovidi
Ovidius Naso, commonly known as Ovid, was a Roman poet who lived from 43 BCE to 17 or 18 CE. He is known for his works, including the Metamorphoses, the Fasti, and the Ars Amatoria. Ovid’s writing style was characterized by his wit, humor, and ability to tell stories. He was one of the most influential poets of his time and his works have had a significant impact on literature throughout the ages. Ovid was exiled by the Emperor Augustus for unknown reasons and spent the rest of his life in Tomis, modern-day Romania, where he continued to write until his death.