Agathocleia   - in ancient sources @

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  Agathocleia   - daughter of Oenanthe; mistress of Ptolemy IV, king of Egypt
Wikipedia entry
220/13 dominated by his concubine Agathocleia, and gives himself up to a
    Within translations:
Athen_13.577 &# Was there not also Agathocleia the courtesan, who
Just_30.1 sses of a mistress named Agathocleia; and thus, forgetful
Plut:Cleom_33 ere left to his mistress Agathocleia and her mother Oenant
Porph:Fr_45 laved to the harp-player Agathocleia and also kept her brot

  Agathocleia 2   - a mistress of Ptolemy II, king of Egypt
Athen_13.576 iche; and, besides them, Agathocleia, and Stratonice, who

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