Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Myles” in book 12, card 316 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
...ected so, he watched his time and thrust up through the centaur's shoulder. By one stroke he pierced two breasts, where horse and man-form met. Before this, Peleus with the spear had killed both Myles and Phlegraeus and with the sword Iphinous and Clanis. Now he killed Dorylas, who was clad in a wolfskin cap and fought with curving bull's horns dripping blood. “To him I said, for courag...
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