Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pytho” in book O., poem 6 of Pindar, Olympian:
...er distress, she left him on the ground. But by the will of the gods, two gray-eyed serpents nurtured him with the harmless venom of bees, caring for him. And when the king had driven back from rocky Pytho , he questioned everyone in the household about the child whom Evadne had borne. For he said that he was begotten by Phoebus, and that he would be, for men on earth, a prophet above all mortals, an...
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