Arachne

Arachne was a Greek woman who was very good at weaving. The goddess Athene turned her into a spider.
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Arachne

[archaeological database] Arachne is the central object-database of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) and the Cologne Digital Archaeology Laboratory (CoDArchLab) at the University of Cologne. ==Definition== Arachne`s database design uses a model that builds on one of the most basic assumptions one can make about archaeology, classic...
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Arachne

Arachne (urăk'nē) , in Greek mythology, a Lydian woman who challenged Athena to a trial of skill in weaving. When Arachne won, the goddess forced Arachne to hang herself. Athena then turned Arachne into a spider and her weaving into a cobweb.
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Arachne

In Greek mythology, a Lydian woman who was so skilful a weaver that she challenged the goddess Athena to a contest. Athena tore Arachne's beautiful tapestries to pieces and Arachne hanged herself....
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Arachne

In Greek mythology, Arachne was a Lydian woman who was so skilful a weaver that she challenged the goddess Athena to a contest. Athena tore Arachne's beautiful tapestries to pieces and Arachne hanged herself. She was transformed into a spider, and her weaving became a cobweb. She was therefore related to the textile industries. The matron of spinni...
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Arachne

in Greek mythology, the daughter of Idmon of Colophon in Lydia, a dyer in purple.
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Arachne

Maiden who challenged Athena to weaving contest; changed to spider.
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