Gnathaena   - in ancient sources @

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  Gnathaena   - Athenian courtesan, late 4th century B.C.
281/43 Sayings of Gnathaena, an Athenian hetaera, addressed to Andronicus,
    Within translations:
Athen_13.558 age, and like her, & Greedy Gnathaena flaunts, a twofol
Athen_13.567 3;n, Lyca, Phryne too, & Gnathaena, Pythionice, Myrrhine,
Athen_13.577 repartee, as also was Gnathaena, whom we shall mention
Athen_13.578 with the stone, & But Gnathaena was reproached by Diphi

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