Thais   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Thais   - a courtesan, the mistress of Ptolemy
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Wikipedia entry
305/29 The courtesan Thais lives with Ptolemy and bears him three child
282/12 Imaginary episodes from the lives of Thais and Glycera.
    Within translations:
Athen_13.567 nicus or Philyllius, the Thais, and the Phanium of Menande
Athen_13.576 the great Alexander keep Thais about him, who was an Athen
Athen_13.585 what there is beneath." Thais said once to a boastful lov

  Thais 2   - wife of Ctesibius the organ-builder, 2nd century B.C.
Athen_4.174 arnt a good deal from his wife Thais. But Tryphon, in the

  Thais   - in documents
Asclepiad_5.161 or ASCLEPIADES Euphro, Thais and Boïdiŏn, Diom


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