Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Catana” in book 6, chapter 2 of Strabo, Geography:
.... And Pindar too calls him the founder of Aetna when he say: "Attend to what I say to thee, O Father, whose name is that of the holy sacrifices, founder of Aetna." But at the death of Hiero the Catana eans came back, ejected the inhabitants, and demolished the tomb of the tyrant. And the Aetnaeans, on withdrawing, took up their abode in a hilly district of Aetna called Innesa, and called the plac...
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