Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pyrrha” in book 1 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
...ength of days the trees put forth, with ooze on bending boughs, their naked tops. And all the wasted globe was now restored, but as he viewed the vast and silent world Deucalion wept and thus to Pyrrha spoke; “O sister! wife! alone of woman left! My kindred in descent and origin! Dearest companion of my marriage bed, doubly endeared by deepening dangers borne,— of all the dawn and ...
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