Atteggiamenti verso la divinità in Ovidio elegiaco (Am. 3.3 e Ars am. 1.631 sgg.)
Ovid, exploiting – sometimes passionately, sometimes parodically – the theme of unfaithfulness and perjury apparently not punished by gods, shows how different the mentality of Roman learned circles was from the traditional values of Augustan cultural policy.
Ovidius; Augustan culture; Latin elegy; parody