Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Elis” in book O., poem 1 of Pindar, Olympian:
...at hand. Pelops said to the god, “If the loving gifts of Cyprian Aphrodite result in any gratitude, Poseidon, then restrain the bronze spear of Oenomaus, and speed me in the swiftest chariot to Elis , and bring me to victory. For he has killed thirteen suitors, and postpones the marriage of his daughter. Great danger does not take hold of a coward. Since all men are compelled to die, why should...
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|†||Elis (Greece)||578||6||0||0||0 user votes|
|†||Elis (Greece)||34||0||0||0||0 user votes|
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