Leaena   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Leaena   - the mistress of Harmodius or Aristogeiton
Athen_13.596 also a courtesan named Leaena, whose name is very celebr
Polyaen_8.45.1 wards called Thessalia. [45] Leaena. How Aristogeiton

  Leaena 2   - Athenian courtesan, late 4th century B.C.
303/1 ith the courtesans Lamia and Leaena; Democles commits suicide to esca
    Within translations:
Athen_6.253 ecrated temples to Leaena Aphrodite and Lamia Aphrodite,
Athen_13.577 was also in love with Leaena, and she was also an Athen

  Leaena   - in documents
Syll_514 (c. 225)   cha daughter of Lykos Leaina daughter of Lykos Sk

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