Glycera - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- daughter of Thalassis; Athenian courtesan, late 4th century B.C.
Harpalus summons Glycera to be his mistress, after the death of Pythi
Sayings of Alexinus, Crates, Glycera, and Theodorus about Stilpon.
Sayings of Menander, addressed to Glycera, Philemon, and others.
Imaginary episodes from the lives of Thais and Glycera.
banquet, was accusing Glycera of seducing the young men
the poet was a lover of Glycera, is well known by everybo
Athens. & (A) & That corn was Glycera's. But it is perhap
are only handsome, as Glycera the courtesan said, while
- in documents
.1279 Latin Text Apollodorus, Glycera, and Nicepho
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