Bathyllus   - in ancient sources @

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  Bathyllus   - a boy loved by the poet Anacreon
AntipSid_7.30   onging to the lyre about Bathyllus, and the white marble
Apul:Flor_15   in particular, a statue of Bathyllus standing in front of the
DioscEpigr_7.31   did shed warm tears for Bathyllus, may founts of wine bub
LeonTar_16.306   singing either of lovely Bathyllus or of Megisteus, holdin
LeonTar_16.307   his lyre, he sings either of Bathyllus or beautiful Megi

  Bathyllus 2   - a pantomime dancer during the reign of Augustus
Wikipedia entry
Crinag_9.542 nging nor the motions of Bathyllus' hands shall be lacking

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