Lyde   - in ancient sources @

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  Lyde   - the mistress of the poet Antimachus
Asclepiad_9.63 & { G-P 32 } & Lyde & is my name and I am of Lydian
Athen_* 13.596-598 * ends, to tell you of the Lyde of Antimachus, [597] and als
Athen_13.597 love for the barbarian Lyde, wrote poems, the one in ele

  Lyde 2   - the mistress of the poet Lamynthius
Athen_13.597 and also of her namesake Lyde, who was also a courtesan

  Lyde   - in documents
AnthPal_5.49 by M.Johnson & T.Ryan} Lyde, who renders service to thre

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