Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Tenos” in book 7, card 453 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
...g got the gold which in her greed she had demanded, was changed to a bird which ever since that day imagines gold its chief delight—a black-foot black-winged daw. But Oliarus, Didymae, and Tenos , Gyaros, Andros, and Peparethos rich in its glossy olives, gave no aid to the strong Cretan fleet. Sailing from them Minos went to Oenopia, known realm of the Aeacidae.—Men of old time ha...
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