Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Persey” in book 4, card 621 of P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses:
...the bitter raunsome paid. They brought not with them any help: but (as the time and cace Requird) they wept and wrang their hands, and streightly did embrace Hir bodie fastened to the rock. Then Persey them bespake, And sayde: The time may serve too long this sorrow for to make: But time of helpe must eyther now or never else be take. Now if I, Persey, sonne of hir whome in hir fathers towre ...
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