Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Hebrus” in book 10, card 689 of P. Vergilius Maro, Aeneid:
...raw. As some tall cliff, projecting to the sea, receives the rage of winds and waters, and untrembling bears vast, frowning enmity of seas and skies,— so he. First Dolichaon's son he slew, Hebrus ; then Latagus and Palmus, though they fled amain; he smote with mighty stone torn from the mountain, full upon the face of Latagus; and Palmus he let lie hamstrung and rolling helpless; he bestow...
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