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Agallis of Corcyra (Αγαλλίς) according to (Athenaeus, i, 25) wrote on grammar . She was a contemporary (and maybe a student) of Aristophanes of Byzantium.

She wrote about the work of Homer. (According to a comment she attruibuted the invention of the ball game to Nausicaa) and she describes Achilles' shield connected to the history of Attica.

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Sappho, Telesilla, and Corinna belong to an earlier period, when the Oriental idea of seclusion for women had not yet become firmly fixed in Greece...Women like Agallis of Corcyra, who lived in a much later age, doubtless belonged to the hetaerae class.

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