Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Phrygia” in book 11, card 194 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
...org/TR/xhtml1/strict"> His vengence now complete, Latona's son borne through the liquid air, departed from Tmolus, and then rested on the land of Laomedon, this side the narrow sea dividing Phrygia from the land of Thrace. The promontory of Sigaeum right and on the left Rhoetaeum loftily arose; and at that place an ancient altar had been dedicated to great Jove, the god Panomphaean. And ne...
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