Pamphilus, seu de Amore  

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Pamphilus, seu de Amore ("Pamphilus: or, Concerning Love") is a twelfth-century amatory comic poem with a old flavor, written in Latin. Pamphilus's name was derived from Greek, meaning "friend of everyone". The poem was popular and widely copied and circulated on its own, forming a slim codex. It tells the love story of Pamphilus and Galatea.

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