Dictynna

(from the article `Cato, Publius Valerius`) Valerius Cato was well respected in his time. Fellow poet Helvius Cinna praised his Dictynna (`Diana`), which seems to have been an erudite short ...
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Dictynna

In Greek mythology, Dictynna was an epithet applied to the Cretan goddess, Britomartis, thought by some to mean 'lady of the nets', by others to mean ' she of mount Dicte'.
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