Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mylasa” in book 8, chapter 10 of Pausanias, Description of Greece:
...e Acropolis, and by the Carians living in Mylasa about the sanctuary of the god called in the native tongue Osogoa. But the sea at Phalerum is about twenty stades distant from Athens, and the port of Mylasa is eighty stades from the city. But at Mantineia the sea rises after a very long distance, and quite plainly through the divine will. Beyond the sanctuary of Poseidon is a trophy made of stone comm...
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