Mania   - in ancient sources @

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  Mania   (a nickname of Demo?) - an Athenian courtesan
281/43 thea, Diphilus, Hippomachus, Mania, Pausanias, Stratocles, and others
    Within translations:
Athen_13.578 ed, had a mistress named Mania; and Antigonus had one name
Athen_13.579 579] They say again that Mania once was asked, & By King
Plut:Demetr_27 ius asked Demo, surnamed Mania, what she thought of her,

  Mania 2   - a friend of Berenice, queen of Syria
Polyaen_8.50.1 However Panariste, Mania, and Gethosyne buried the body

  Mania 3   - the wife of Zenis, prince of Dardanus
Polyaen_8.54.1 also: Herodotus, 8.88] [54] Mania. Mania, the wife of

  Mania 4   - a Roman goddess of the dead
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   l: Lemuria. No Business. To Mania {Goddess of the D

  Mania   - in documents
CIL_1.379 trons. Added later? - Given by Mania Curia and Pola Li

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