Dictynna

Dictynna

invented fishermen’s nets. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 79]
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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"Attis a Roma e altri spaesamenti: Catullo, Cicerone, Seneca e l'esilio da se stessi." Dictynna. http://dictynna.revues.org/729 (accessed 1 September 2017)
(33) Marie-Odile BRUHAT, Une poetique du voeu: inspiration poetique et mystique imperiale dans le poeme XIX (et quelques autres) dOptatianus Porfyrius, en Dictynna, 5 (2008), pp.
(perque suas impune sinit Dictynna sagittas/ adfirmes crines perque Minerua suos).
"Claudia Quinta (Pro Caelio 34) and an Altar to Magna Mater." Dictynna 4.
"Venus, Varro, and the Vates: Towards the Limits of Etymologizing Interpretation." Dictynna 3: 173-208.
"Catullean Voices in Heroides 15: How Sappho Became a Man." Dictynna 2: 76-98.