Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Olympus” in book N., poem 10 of Pindar, Nemean:
...n the appearance of Amphitryon, the king of the immortals entered the hall of that hero, bearing the fearless seed of Heracles; whose bride Hebe, the most beautiful of the goddesses, walks forever in Olympus beside her mother Hera, goddess of marriage. My mouth is too small to tell the whole story of all the noble things in which the precinct of Argos has a share. And there is also the satiety of men, ...
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|†||Olympus (Greece)||612||10||0||0||0 user votes|
|Olympus (Vermont, United States)||24||0||0||0||0 user votes|
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