Semi-Greek, a daughter of the Ptolomies, she had the charm of the Hellenic hetaira.
One of these, the hetaira esmeralda, Will was convinced must be the most beautiful of all flying creatures.
At Athens there was nothing disgraceful in frequenting the dicterion or keeping an hetaira.
The classic hetaira seems more akin to this Apollochartered libertine of an age bent on being equally classical.
In Greece and Rome there was, perhaps you know, a certain class of females called hetaira, also a class of males called parasites.
Henceforth, says the hetaira Bacchis to Myrrhina, our profits are secured by law.
The Greek ideal of woman which the hetaira exemplified was beauty.
This fact renders it more intelligible why a woman of such intellectual distinction as Aspasia should have been a hetaira.
The nun generally was emancipated from man as thoroughly as the hetaira had been from marriage.
These thoughts, he says, have been suggested to him by the life of the hetaira Thais whose body and soul are ever at variance.