Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Cygnet” in book 12, card 64 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
...leant men. That battell did the Greeks full deerly cost. And Hector with his Phrygian folk of blood no little lost, In trying what the Greekes could doo. The shore was red with blood. And now king Cygnet , Neptunes sonne, had killed where he stood A thousand Greekes. And now the stout Achilles causd to stay His Charyot: and his lawnce did slea whole bandes of men that day. And seeking Cygnet thro...
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