Leontion - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a female follower of Epicurus
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Leontion writes a letter to Lamia, complaining about the behaviour
istics of each of them." Leontion was once sitting at tabl
not this very Epicurus Leontion for his mistress, her,
Danae, the daughter of Leontion the Epicurean,who was
stress of Mimnermus, and Leontion, the mistress of Hermesi
DiogLaert_* 10.4-7 *
and that he used to live with Leontion, the courtesan.
neus; and he himself had Leontion, the Attic courtesan,
- in documents
(c. 160) on of Daimachos Leontion son of Leon Aristomedes so
(c. 257/6) Teisimachos, son of Leontiŏn, both to himself
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