Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Campania” in book 1, poem 5, card 64 of Q. Horatius Flaccus (Horace), The Works of Horace:
...orehead, what would you not do; since, maimed as you are, you
bully at such a rate?" For a foul scar has disgraced the left part of Messius's bristly
forehead. Cutting many jokes upon his Campania n disease, and upon his face, he desired him to
exhibit Polyphemus's dance: that he had no occasion for a mask, or the tragic buskins. Cicirrus [retorted] largely
to these: he asked, whet...
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