Anteia   - in ancient sources @

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  Anteia   - an Athenian courtesan, 4th century B.C.
  + Antheia
Athen_13.567 anno of Pherecrates, the Anteia of Eunicus or Philyllius,
Athen_13.570 she had a friend, & By name Anteia. & (B) & Yes; I knew
Athen_13.586 amathe, and Lagisca, and Antheia." But perhaps, instead
Athen_13.592 amathe, and Lagisca, and Antheia, and Aristocleia, all aba
Athen_13.593 with many other such, as Anteia, Stratola, Aristocleia,

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