Telesilla   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Telesilla   of Argos - Greek poetess, 6th century B.C.
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AntipSid_6.160   G-P 4 } & Industrious Telesilla, the daughter of good
AntipThes_9.26   sses ; Erinna ; renowned Telesilla ; and you, Corinna, who
Athen_11.467   But the Argive poetess Telesilla calls even the threshing-floor
Athen_14.619   helias, as we learn from Telesilla; and those addressed
Lucill_11.239   universal estimation, Telesilla, you surpass Chimaerae,
Polyaen_8.33.1   lso: Plutarch, Brut.53] [33] Telesilla. Cleomenes king


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