Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pallas” in book 12, card 316 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
... an old pine, trunk and all, with its long roots, and, failing shortly in that first attempt, he broke it off and hurled it at his foe. But Theseus saw the pine tree in its flight and, warned by Pallas , got beyond its range— his boast was, Pallas had directed him! And yet, the missle was not launched in vain. It sheared the left shoulder and the breast from tall Crantor. He, Achilles, was...
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