By Aristaenetus, Peter Bing, Regina Höschele

Packed with erotic spice and grace, this late-antique number of fictitious letters via Aristaenetus (ca. 500 AD), who drew on a wealth of Classical and post-Classical versions to compose his beguiling epistles, is the 1st entire English translation in approximately 3 centuries.

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Aristaenetus, Erotic Letters

Filled with erotic spice and grace, this late-antique selection of fictitious letters by means of Aristaenetus (ca. 500 AD), who drew on a wealth of Classical and post-Classical versions to compose his beguiling epistles, is the 1st entire English translation in approximately 3 centuries.

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61. Arnott (1973, 199) likewise notes the importance of these Hippocratic terms to Aristaenetus’s letter. 62. In the Hippocratic text, the worry that pregnancy would make the μουσοεργός less valuable (ἀτιμοτέρη) suggests that her πολυτιμία derives only from her looks, not from musical talent as in Aristaenetus. 63. Drago 2007, 318–19. introduction xxxi grow ever more distinctive, φιλοτιμότερον, relative to her own growing distinction, πολύτιμος). In thus embellishing his model’s simple account of a nameless performer, Aristaenetus explicates the (Hippocratic) epithet πολύτιμος, justifying its application to his μουσουργός.

You’re still a novice in such things. But come and learn, and have some fun together with your professor in Love 101. 5. A Wife Deceives Her Husband in an Unheard-Of Manner Alciphron to Lucian During a great festival of all the people outside the city, including a lavish public banquet, Charidemos1 invited his friends over for a party. There was a woman there as well (we don’t need to mention any names) whom Charidemos personally snared upon seeing her walking in the marketplace (you know what a womanizer the boy is) and persuaded to come to the dinner.

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