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The Christiad (Latin Christias) is an epic poem in six cantos on the life of Christ by Marco Girolamo (Marcus Hieronymus) Vida modeled on Virgil. It was first published in Cremona in 1535 (see 1535 in poetry).
- G.C. Drake and C.A. Forbes, 1978 ISBN 0-8093-0814-2 (Latin text and English translation)
- Vida, Marco Girolamo. Christiad. Translated by James Gardner. The I Tatti Renaissance Library, no. 39, ed. James Hankins. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Library, 2009. ISBN 978-0-674-03408-2.
- John Cranwell's English translation (scan) of Vida
- Edward Granan's translation (scan)
- Another Christiad (not Vida's), by Henry Kirke White (scan).
- A Christiad by William Alexander (scan, pp. 71sqq).
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