Philinna   - in ancient sources @

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  Philinna   of Larissa - a dancing woman, mother of Philippus Arrhidaeus
Arrian:Fr_1 a Thracian woman named Philinna) on condition that Roxan
Athen_10.442 nicus says, in his Philinna- & Just trust a woman to drink
Athen_13.557 onice; and the other was Philinna of Larissa, by whom he
Athen_13.578 the Macedonian promoted Philinna, the dancing woman, by
Euseb]:Chron_159 was the son of Philippus and Philinna of Larissa. Aridae
Euseb]:Chron_229 the son of Philippus and Philinna of Thessaly, to be king

  Philinna   - in documents
Apollonid_9.422 another wife. Yet Philinna, even dead, punished Diogenes

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