Exiled for his sense of humor, poet Ovid has last laugh

Two thousand years after being banished from Rome, Ovid has been rehabilitated in a victory for the famous poet whose cheek riled one of history’s most powerful emperors. The Rome city council unanimously approved a motion to “repair the serious wrong” suffered by Ovid, best known for his “Metamorphoses” and “Ars Amatoria”, or the Art of…