One of these was Aspasia, the friend of the famous Pericles, who later made her his wife.
Aspasia sank on the couch, and bowed her head upon her hands.
How many monarchs are forgotten while Aspasia is remembered!
Aspasia said wisely, that the spirit of beauty flows in, only where the proportions are harmonious.
The influence of Socrates also began to bear fruit after the days of Pericles and Aspasia.
Eudora took it with a deep blush, saying, "Aspasia gave it to me."
Fired by her success, another Milesian girl, named Aspasia, established herself at Athens.
It is not for Aspasia, the gifted daughter of Axiochus, that I plead.
It is probable that Aspasia was still in her twenties when Pericles first met her, while he himself was much older.
Aspasia remained in Athens, triumphant over the laws of religion and morality.
beautiful and capable Milesian consort of Pericles, proper name from fem. of Greek aspasios "welcome," related to aspazesthai "to welcome," of uncertain origin.