[disambiguation] Aspasia was an Athenian woman and a friend of Pericles. Aspasia may also refer to: ...
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(5th century B.C.), the most famous woman of the ancient world. She lived as wife with Pericles (See) but he could not marry her under Athenian law as she was a foreigner, or a Greek from Asia Minor (Ionia). She was one of the most beautiful and the most accomplished of the women who came to Athens ...
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[as-PAY-zia] Was a woman who taught public speaking in Athens. She was the partner of the famous general Perikles. Aspasia had much more independence than most women in Athens.
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(lived c. 440 BC) Greek courtesan, the mistress of the Athenian politician Pericles. As a non-Athenian from Miletus, she could not be recognized as his...
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mistress of the Athenian statesman Pericles and a vivid figure in Athenian society. Although Aspasia came from the Greek Anatolian city of Miletus ... [1 related articles]
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Aspasia is a Greek girl name. The meaning of the name is `welcomed ` Where is it used? The name Aspasia is mainly used In Greek Mythology. The name Aspasia doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Aspasia seems to be unique!
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Aspásia is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. Its population was 1,800 (2005) and its area is 69.39 km². The elevation is 595 m. ...
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Aspasia (ca. 470 BC–ca. 400 BC, Ἀσπασία; æˈspeɪziə or /æˈspeɪʒə/) was a Milesian woman who was famous for her involvement with the Athenian statesman Pericles. Very little is known about the details of her life. She spent most of her adult life in Athens, and she may have influen...
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Aspasia (ăspā'shu, -zhu) , fl. mid-5th cent. B.C., Athenian courtesan. A woman of great beauty and intelligence, she became the mistress and, according to some poets, adviser of Pericles after he divorced (445 B.C.) his wife. She is the chief figure in Aspasia, a dialogue by Aeschine...
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Aspasia was a celebrated lady of ancient Greece. She was born at Miletus, in Ionia, but passed a great part of her life at Athens, where her house was the general resort of the most distinguished men in Greece. She won the affection of Pericles, who united himself to Aspasia as closely as was permit...
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[journal] ``Aspasia: The International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women`s and Gender History`` is an annual peer-reviewed academic journal covering research on women`s and gender history in central, eastern, and southeastern Europe. == Abstracting and indexing ==...
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[orchid] Aspasia, abbreviated as Asp. in the horticultural trade, is a genus of 7 species of orchids occurring from southern Mexico to southern Brazil. The genus is closely related to Miltonia and Brassia. Aspasia species have few medium size flowers of exquisite colors which are occasionall...
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1) Greek girl name 2) Mistress of pericles
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