In Roman mythology, Caieta was the wet-nurse of Aeneas. The Roman poet Vergil locates her grave on bay at Gaeta, to which she also gives her name (cf. Caietae Portus). The poet Ovid, working a generation later, provides an epitaph: `Here me, Caieta, snatched from Grecian flames, my pious son consumed with fitting fire.` The fourth-century commen.....Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caieta
archaic or obsolete terms > Places: Gaeta, Italy. Between Rome and Naples.
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