Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Euboea” in book I., poem 1 of Pindar, Isthmean:
...a good deed to our beneficent neighbor, the lord of horse-racing and chariots; and to invoke your sons, Amphitryon, and the secluded valley of Minyas, and Eleusis, the famous precinct of Demeter, and Euboea , when we speak of curving race-courses. Protesilas, I add besides your sacred ground in Phylace, the home of Achaean men. But the brief limits of my song prevent me from telling of all the victori...
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