Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Crisa” in book P., poem 5 of Pindar, Pythian:
... in the precinct of the twelve swift-footed courses. For he broke no part of his strong equipment; it hangs dedicated there, all the handiwork of dextrous craftsmen, which he brought past the hill of Crisa to the hollow valley of the god. The cypress shrine keeps it beside the statue which the Cretan bowmen set up in the Parnassian chamber, carved from a single piece of wood. Therefore it is fitting ...
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