Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mysia” in text Epitome, book E, chapter 3, section 20 of Apollodorus, Epitome:
.../www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/strict"> But Telephus, because his wound was
unhealed, and Apollo had told him that he would be cured when the one who wounded him
should turn physician, came from Mysia to
Argos, clad in rags, and begged the help of
Achilles, promising to show the course to steer for Troy. So Achilles healed him by scraping off the rust of his Pelian spear.
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