Oenanthe   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Oenanthe   - the mother of Agathocleia, the mistress of Ptolemy IV
Athen_6.251 Agathocles the son of Oenanthe, and the companion of
Just_30.2 nfluence of their mother Oenanthe, who, by the charms of
Plut:Cleom_33 athocleia and her mother Oenanthe, the infamous minister

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