Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mysia” in text Epitome, book E, chapter 3, section 17 of Apollodorus, Epitome:
But not knowing the course to steer for Troy,
they put in to Mysia and ravaged it, supposing it
to be Troy. Now Telephus son of Hercules, was king of the Mysia ns, and
seeing the country pillaged, he armed the Mysians, chased the Greeks in a crowd to the
ships, and killed many, among them Thersander, son of Polynices, who had made a stand. But
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