Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mede” in book 7, card 460 of M. Annaeus Lucanus, Pharsalia:
...pons armed, but all for blood Of Rome athirst: then blazing torches flew, Arrows and stones, and ponderous balls of lead Molten by speed of passage through the air. There Ituraean archers and the Mede Winged forth their shafts unaimed, till all the sky Grew dark with missiles hurled; and from the night Brooding above, Death struck his victims down. Guiltless such blow, while all the crime was ...
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