Glycera   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Glycera   - daughter of Thalassis; Athenian courtesan, late 4th century B.C.
324/16 Harpalus summons Glycera to be his mistress, after the death of Pythi
295/9 Sayings of Alexinus, Crates, Glycera, and Theodorus about Stilpon.
292/8 Sayings of Menander, addressed to Glycera, Philemon, and others.
282/12 Imaginary episodes from the lives of Thais and Glycera.
    Within translations:
Athen_13.584 banquet, was accusing Glycera of seducing the young men
Athen_13.594 the poet was a lover of Glycera, is well known by everybo
Athen_13.596 Athens. & (A) & That corn was Glycera's. But it is perhap
Athen_13.605 are only handsome, as Glycera the courtesan said, while

  Glycera   - in documents
CIL_1.1279 .1279 Latin Text Apollodorus, Glycera, and Nicepho


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