Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pyrrha” in book 1 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
...sh, the hard and brittle substance into bones, the veins retained their ancient name. And now the Gods supreme ordained that every stone Deucalion threw should take the form of man, and those by Pyrrha cast should woman's form assume: so are we hardy to endure and prove by toil and deeds from what we sprung. And after this the Earth spontaneous produced the world of animals, when all r...
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