Tristia (disambiguation)

Tristia (disambiguation)

"Tristia" is a work of poetry written by the Roman poet Ovid at some time after he was banished from Rome in AD 8.

Tristia may also refer to:

* Tristia (city), a fictional location in the game "Tristia of the Deep-Blue Sea"
* "Tristia" (Berlioz), a musical work


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