Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Thessaly” in book 13, card 623 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
... Ascanius had a quiver and a Cloke right brave and trim. Aenaeas had a standing Cup presented unto him. The Thebane Therses whoo had been king Anius guest erewhyle Did send it out of Thessaly : but Alcon one of Myle Did make the cuppe. And hee theron a story portrayd out. It was a Citie with seven gates in circuit round about, Which men myght easly all discerne. The gates did represent ...
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