Near is a sanctuary of Hilaeira and of Phoebe. The author of the poem Cypria
calls them daughters of Apollo. Their priestesses are young maidens, called, as are also the goddesses, Leucippides （Daughter of Leucippus）.1
One of the images was adorned by a Leucippis who had served the goddesses as a priestess. She gave it a face of modern workmanship instead of the old one; she was forbidden by a dream to adorn the other one as well. Here there his been hung from the roof an egg tied to ribands, and they say that it is the famous egg that legend says Leda brought forth.