Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Phrygia” in book 11, card 85 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
...and to Pactolus, though the river was not golden, nor admired for precious sands. His usual throng of Satyrs and of Bacchanals surrounded him; but not Silenus, who was then detained from him. The Phrygia n folk had captured him, as he was staggering, faint with palsied age and wine. And after they bound him in garlands, they led him to their king Midas, to whom with the Cecropian Eumolpus, Thraci...
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