By Mary Ellen Waithe (auth.), Mary Ellen Waithe (eds.)
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Op. , 587. 11. Ibid. 12. Variously spelled "Aisara" and "Aresas," the latter sometimes confused with a male of that name who was not the same as our Aesara. 13. Stobaeus (Meineke) Florilegium, 268. 14. v. " Iamblichus, Life of Pythagoras, 30 and 36. 15. Thesleff,op. , 123-4; Hercher, Epistolographi Graeci, 608. Translated by Vicki Lynn Harper. 19 2. Late Pythagoreans: Aesata of Lucania, Phintys of Sparta, and Perictione I MARY ELLEN WAITHE with translations and additional commentary by VICKI LYNN HARPER Aesara of Lucania, Phintys of Sparta and Perictione I can be distinguished from the early Pythagorean women who were members of Pythagoras' family and the original Pythagorean cults.
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A History of Women Philosophers: Ancient Women Philosophers 600 B.C. — 500 A.D. by Mary Ellen Waithe (auth.), Mary Ellen Waithe (eds.)