Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pallas” in book 2, card 737 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
...ithin hir minde no lesse Than if hir selfe had taken harme. In seeking to annoy And worke distresse to other folke, hir selfe she doth destroy. Thus is she torment to hir selfe. Though Pallas did hir hate, Yet spake she briefly these few wordes to hir without hir gate: Infect thou with thy venim one of Cecrops daughters three, It is Aglauros whome I meane, for so it needes must bee. ...
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