Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Nemea” in book O., poem 9 of Pindar, Olympian:
...ing of Lampromachus, when both he and Epharmostus were victors on a single day. And then there were two other joyous victories at the gates of Corinth, and others won by Epharmostus in the vale of Nemea ; and at Argos he won glory in a contest of men, and as a boy at Athens. And at Marathon, when he was barred from competing with the beardless youths, how he endured the contest for silver cups among ...
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