Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pyrrha” in book 1, card 367 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
...as againe, which though Deucalion joyde Then to beholde: yet forbicause he saw the earth was voyde And silent like a wildernesse, with sad and weeping eyes And ruthfull voyce he then did speake to Pyrrha in this wise: O sister, O my loving spouse, O sielie woman left, As onely remnant of thy sexe that water hath bereft, Whome Nature first by right of birth hath linked to me fast In that we brot...
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