Pythionice   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pythionice   - an Athenian courtesan, 4th century B.C.
324/15 ructs a magnificent funerary monument for Pythionicē in Attica.
324/16 mons Glycera to be his mistress, after the death of Pythionicē.
    Within translations:
Athen_13.567 Phryne too, & Gnathaena, Pythionice, Myrrhine, & Chrysis,
Athen_13.586 that after the death of Pythionice, Harpalus sent for Gly
Athen_13.594 hens, being in love with Pythionice, spent an immense deal
Athen_13.596 aise again & [596] The soul of Pythionice. And the author
Plut:Phoc_22 death of his mistress Pythionice, who had borne him a
Poseidon_14 ravagant funerary monument for Pythionice. Book 23 [15]


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