Phryne   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Phryne   of Thespiae - a Greek courtesan, 4th century B.C.
322/16 Phryne removes her clothes while Hypereides is defending her in court
320/36 Crates the cynic philosopher denounces a statue of Phryne at Delphi.
320/37 Lais (or Phryne) fails to tempt Xenocrates.
320/38 hrodite Anadyomene" is allegedly a portrait of Phryne (or Pancaspe).
320/39 saying of Phryne about her looks as she gets older.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_16.205 Love, a god to mortal Phryne, creating at once a reward
AnthPal_6.260 GEMINUS & { Ph 8 } & Phryne dedicated to the Thespians
Athen_13.558 & Then does not Phryne beat Charybdis hollow? & Who swa
Athen_13.567 ppy man, who first loved Phryne & When she was but a gathe
Athen_* 13.583-585 * named Moerichus was courting Phryne, & The Thespian girl
Athen_13.588 ais was a rival of Phryne, and had an immense number of
LeonTar_16.206 les knew, seeing whom in Phryne he gave him to her as the
Plut:Mor_849 used of impiety with one Phryne, a courtesan likewise, and
Simonid_16.204 his own heart, giving me to Phryne in payment for mysel

  Phryne   - in documents
Asclepiad_5.181 at all ! Bring your account. Phryne, fetch me my reckoni
CIL_1.2273 (she was often called Phryne), freedwoman of Lucius


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