George Sandys

George Sandys ( "sands"; 2 March 1578 – March 1644) was an English traveller, colonist, poet, and translator. He was known for his translations of Ovid's ''Metamorphoses'' and the Passion of Jesus, as well as his travel narratives of the Eastern Mediterranean region, which formed a substantial contribution to geography and ethnology. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Sandys, George, Lithgow, William
Published 1973