Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pylos” in book O., poem 9 of Pindar, Olympian:
...Graces; for they are the givers of delight, but men become brave and skillful by divine will. For how could Heracles have wielded his club against the trident, when Poseidon took his stand to guard Pylos , and pressed him hard, and Phoebus pressed him hard, attacking with his silver bow; nor did Hades keep his staff unmoved, with which he leads mortal bodies down to the hollow path of the dead. My mou...
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