Philinna - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Larissa - a dancing woman, mother of Philippus Arrhidaeus
a Thracian woman named Philinna) on condition that Roxan
nicus says, in his Philinna- & Just trust a woman to drink
onice; and the other was Philinna of Larissa, by whom he
the Macedonian promoted Philinna, the dancing woman, by
was the son of Philippus and Philinna of Larissa. Aridae
the son of Philippus and Philinna of Thessaly, to be king
- in documents
another wife. Yet Philinna, even dead, punished Diogenes
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