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After this, then, she had two lovers, Timanoridas the Corinthian and Eucrates the Leucadian.1 These men seeing that Nicaretê was extravagant in the sums she exacted from them, for she demanded that they should supply the entire daily expenses of the household, paid down to Nicaretê thirty minae as the price of Neaera's person, and purchased the girl outright from her in accordance with the law of the city, to be their slave.

1 Leucas or Santa Maura, off the west coast of Acarnania.

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