Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Xanthus” in book O., poem 8 of Pindar, Olympian:
...loud-thundering Zeus— not without your sons: the city will be destroyed with the first generation, and with the third.” The god spoke clearly, and then hurried on his way, driving to Xanthus , and to the Amazons with their fine horses, and to the Danube. And the wielder of the trident drove his swift chariot to the sea-washed Isthmus, bringing Aeacus here on his golden horses, and going...
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