Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Cythera” in book 10 of Homer, The Iliad:
...set into it; next the head there was an inner lining of felt. This helmet had been stolen by Autolykos out of Eleon when he broke into the house of Amyntor son of Ormenus. He gave it to Amphidamas of Cythera to take to Scandea, and Amphidamas gave it as a guest-gift to Molos, who gave it to his son Meriones; and now it was set upon the head of Odysseus. When the pair had armed, they set out, and lef...
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