Lais   - in ancient sources @

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  Lais   of Corinth - courtesan, lived in late 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_6.1   & { F 8 } & I, Lais, whose haughty beauty made mock
AnthPal_7.219   YOUNGER & { Ph 1 } & Lais, whose bloom was so lovely
AnthPal_9.260   ARENTUM & { Ph 2 } & I, Lais, who was once the love-dart
AntipSid_7.218   cate than tender Cypris, Lais the citizen of sea-girt Cori
Athen_12.535   him Timandra, the mother of Lais the Corinthian, and Theodote, who
Athen_12.544   ly, he openly kept Lais as his mistress; and he delighted
Athen_13.570   oncerning the celebrated Lais:- & But this fair Lais is
Athen_13.582   ecdotes: & They say that Lais the Corinthian, & Once when
Athen_13.585-589 *   once sent his seal to Lais the Corinthian, and desired
Athen_13.592   owing to you the greedy Lais & Does love Philonides? For
Athen_13.599   hen he fell in love with Lais of Apidane; in his flight
Phld:Epigr_7.222   hose charms came near those of Lais. Give birth, you holy

  Lais 2   of Hyccara - courtesan, lived in second half of the 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
322/36 Demosthenes refuses to pay the price demanded by the courtesan Lais.
320/37 Lais (or Phryne) fails to tempt Xenocrates.
320/40 General comments on the life and character of Lais.
320/41 The courtesan Lais is murdered in Thessaly.
320/42 The courtesan Lais is murdered in Thessaly.
    Within translations:
Athen_13.574 mother of the younger Lais, and Theodote; who, after
Athen_* 13.587-589 * oras, speaking thus- "As Lais, who appears to have been
Athen_13.588 [54.] But as for Lais of Hyccara- (and Hyccara is a city

  Lais   - in documents
AnthPal_11.67 twice as much, my tender Lais, as old as a crow and Hecuba

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