Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Ilion” in book 4, poem 4 of Q. Horatius Flaccus (Horace), Odes:
...ed. Then the false Libyan own'd his doom:— “Weak deer, the wolves' predestined prey, Blindly we rush on foes, from whom 'Twere triumph won to steal away. That race which, strong from Ilion 's fires, Its gods, on Tuscan waters tost, Its sons, its venerable sires, Bore to Ausonia's citied coast; That race, like oak by axes shorn On Algidus with dark leaves rife, Laughs carnage, havo...
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|Ilion (New York, United States)||12||0||10||0||0 user votes|
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