Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Peloponnese” in book 4, chapter 8 of Polybius, Histories:
.... On the other hand whenever he attempted a campaign in the field, he was slow in conception and timid in execution, and without personal gallantry in the presence of danger. The result was that the Peloponnese was full of trophies which marked reverses sustained by him; and that in this particular department he was always easily defeated. So true is it that men's minds, no less than their bodies, have man...
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