Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Crisa” in book I., poem 2 of Pindar, Isthmean:
...idon granted to Xenocrates, and sent him a garland of Dorian wild celery for his hair, to have himself crowned, thus honoring the man of the fine chariot, the light of the people of Acragas. And in Crisa widely powerful Apollo looked graciously on him, and gave him glory there as well. And joined with the renowned favors of the sons of Erechtheus in splendid Athens, he found no fault with the chariot...
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