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The Brotherton library's copy of the works of Ovid is one of only a few complete sets surviving in British libraries.
The handwritten annotations and illustrations that accompany the printed text make the books unique.
It was printed in three volumes by Stephanus Corallus in Parma on the 1st of July 1477. Corallus established his press in Parma in 1473 and produced several editions of works by classical authors such as Catullus, Cicero and Pliny the Elder as well as Ovid.