Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Hellas” in card 1 of Euripides, Phoenissae:
...fterwards, conscious of his sin and of the god's warning, he gave the child to shepherds to expose in Hera's meadow and the crag of Cithaeron, after piercing his ankles with iron spikes; from which Hellas named him Oedipus. But Polybus' horsemen found him and took him home and laid him in the arms of their mistress. So she suckled the child that I had borne and persuaded her husband she was its moth...
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