Aspasia   - in ancient sources @

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  Aspasia   of Miletus - a courtesan, mistress of Pericles, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_12.533   life of pleasure, lived with Aspasia, the courtesan from Megara, and
Athen_13.569   claim on you. And Aspasia, the friend of Socrates, import
Athen_13.570   account of his love for Aspasia, and on account of the
Athen_13.589   confusion on account of Aspasia, not the younger one, but
Athen_13.599   he visited the house of Aspasia; nor could he find any

  Aspasia 2   of Phocaea - the concubine of Cyrus and Artaxerxes, late 5th century B.C.
  + Milto
Athen_13.576 her name was originally Milto, but that it was afterwards
Just_10.2 Artaxerxes had married Aspasia, the concubine of Cyrus;

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