Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Aufidus” in book 4, poem 14 of Q. Horatius Flaccus (Horace), Odes:
... When through rent clouds the Pleiads weep, So keen his force to smite, and smite The foe, or make his charger leap Through the red furnace of the fight. Thus Daunia's ancient river fares, Proud Aufidus , with bull-like horn, When swoln with choler he prepares A deluge for the fields of corn. So Claudius charged and overthrew The grim barbarian's mail-clad host, The foremost and the hindmost sle...
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