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“So, there <was perhaps> an adult sequence…”

‘such a name … prosititute’—not, I think, in Greek (as lupa does in Latin): though Antipater Thess., Anth.Pal. 11.327 (= GP 115–8) names an aged prostitute Lycaenis, in Anth.Pal. 7.298 (anon.) Lycaenion is a young girl killed on her wedding-night.



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