EARLY MEDICAL INTERVETION CURE AMELIORATE OVID AMOR AMATOIRA ARS METAMORPHOSIS MYTHOLOGY TOMIS CONSTANSA ROMANIA
Act, before disease becomes persistent through long delays.
(Ovid, 43 B.C., 17 A.D)
Ovid or Publius Ovidus Naso (43 BC - 13 AD) was hated by early Chrisian zealots who did their best to destroy his works. The animosity was to a great degree motivated by Ovids "Ars Amatoria" and "Remedia Amoris" that earned Ovid the title of "Magister Amoris (Master of Love) and for his "Metamorphoses", a poetic account of mythological transformations and Mythology in general.
"Ovid Among the Scythians" by Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863)
In 8 AD, Ovid was exiled to Tomis (modern Constansa in Romania) by Caesar Augustus and died there 9 years later.