This is a draft version of Christopher Marlowe's translation of Ovid's second Elegy transcribed and encoded by Caroline Hawkes (Framingham State University '25). The primary source text is a facsimile edition downloaded from Early English Books Online: Ouid's elegies three bookes. By C.M. Epigrames by I.D. , 1603, STC (2nd ed.) 18931. ProQuest, https://www.proquest.com/books/ouids-elegies-three-bookes-c-m-epigrames-i-d/docview/2240871421/se-2. The secondary source text is a facsimile edition downloaded from Early English Books Online: Ovid. All Ouids elegies 3. bookes. By C.M. Epigrams by I.D. , 1630, STC (2nd ed.) 18932. ProQuest, https://www.proquest.com/books/all-ouids-elegies-3-bookes-c-m-epigrams-i-d/docview/2264177121/se-2. This edition uses a schema created by Martin Holmes and The Map of Early Modern London team (Dir. Janelle Jenstad).