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'''Aspasia''' ([[Graece]] {{Polytonic|Ἀσπασία}}, c. [[470 a.C.n.]]<ref name="Nails58-59">D. Nails, ''The People of Plato'', 58-59.</ref><ref>P. O'Grady, [http://home.vicnet.net.au/~hwaa/artemis4.html Aspasia of Miletus].</ref>–c. [[400 a.C.n.]],<ref name="Nails58-59" /><ref name="Taylor41">A. E. Taylor, ''Plato: The Man and his Work'', 41.</ref>) fuit amatrix [[Pericles|Periclis]],<ref name="Monoson195">S. Monoson, ''Plato's Democratic Entanglements'', 195.</ref> quae, [[Miletus|Mileti]] in [[colonia]] Graeca nata, filium cum Pericle habuit, qui praetor militum factus est. [[Pericles|Pericle]] autem mortuo, amatrix [[Lysicles|Lysiclis]] fuisse putatur.
 
Unus e [[Socrates|Socratis]] discipulis [[Aeschines Socraticus|Aeschines]] dialogum ''Aspasia'' inscriptum et hodie deperditum composuitː nam et Socrates Aspasiam convenit<ref>''[[Vita Periclis (Plutarchus)|Pericles]]'' 24.6 et 32.5</ref>.
== Fontes ==
*[[Plutarchus]], ''[[Vita Periclis (Plutarchus)|Pericles]]'' 24 et 32