Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Thespiae” in book 9, chapter 26 of Pausanias, Description of Greece:
...hespia was a daughter of Asopus, who gave her name to the city, while others say that Thespius, who was descended from Erechtheus, came from Athens and was the man after whom the city was called. In Thespiae is a bronze image of Zeus Saviour. They say about it that when a dragon once was devastating their city, the god commanded that every year one of their youths, upon whom the lot fell, should be offer...
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