Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pytho” in book O., poem 13 of Pindar, Olympian:
...ld celery crowned him, when he appeared at the Isthmian festival; and Nemea does not speak differently. The brilliance of his father Thessalus' feet is stored up by the streams of the Alpheus, and at Pytho he has honor for the single and the double foot race within the circuit of a single day's sun; and in the same month, in rocky Athens, one swift-footed day placed three very beautiful prizes on his h...
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