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Θεοδότη), an Athenian courtezan, and one of the most celebrated persons of that class in Greece (Liban. vol. i. p. 582), is introduced as a speaker in one of the dialogues is Xenophon's Memorabilia (3.1 ), where some information is given respecting her. (Comp. Ath. v. p. 220f.) She at last attached herself to Alcibiades, and, after his murder, she performed his funeral rites. (Ath. xiii. p. 574f.; Cobet, Prosop. Xenoph. pp. 83, foil.)


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