Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pallas” in book 2, card 737 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
...how. By chaunce the verie selfesame day the virgins of the towne Of olde and auncient custome bare in baskets on their crowne Beset with garlands fresh and gay and strowde with flowres sweete To Pallas towre such sacrifice as was of custome meete. The winged God beholding them returning in a troupe Continued not directly forth, but gan me downe to stoupe, And fetch a wyndlasse round about....
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