Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Asia” in book 8, chapter 22 of Polybius, Histories:
... calculation alike. For here was Achaeus, a son of Andromachus, the brother of Seleucus's queen Laodice, and married to Laodice, a daughter of King Mithridates, and who had made himself master of all Asia this side of Taurus, and who at that very moment was believed by his own army, as well as by that of his enemy, to be safely ensconced in the strongest position in the world,—sitting chained up...
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|†||Asia||1,397||110||1||0||0 user votes|
|Asia (Tennessee, United States)||32||0||0||0||0 user votes|
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