Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Phthia” in book P., poem 3 of Pindar, Pythian:
...by their bitter suffering, took from him his share of joy; even though father Zeus had visited the desirable bed of white-armed Thyone. And Peleus' son, the only child whom immortal Thetis bore in Phthia , had his life taken in battle by the bow, and roused the wailing of the Danaans while his body was burning on the pyre. But if any mortal has the path of truth in his mind, he must fare well at the h...
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