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Diktynna (Greek deity)

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Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingDiktynna (Greek deity)
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Variant(s)Britamarpis (Greek deity)
Britomartė (Greek deity)
Britomarti (Greek deity)
Britomartida (Greek deity)
Britomartis (Greek deity)
Britomartisz (Greek deity)
Buritomarutisu (Greek deity)
Diktina (Greek deity)
Diktinoje (Greek deity)
Diktünna (Greek deity)
Dictynna (Greek deity)
布里托玛耳提斯 (Greek deity)
Брітомартіс (Greek deity)
Брітомартіда (Greek deity)
ブリトマルティス (Greek deity)
Βριτάμαρπις (Greek deity)
Диктина (Greek deity)
Диктинна (Greek deity)
Бритомартида (Greek deity)
Βριτόμαρτις (Greek deity)
Δίκτυννα (Greek deity)
See alsoArtemis (Greek deity)
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Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHarrod, James Benton. The tempering goddess : a phenomenological and structural analysis of the Britomartis - Diktynna - Aphaia mythologem, 1974.
Oxford classical dictionary, 1993: page 263, under Britomartis (Britomartis; Cretan goddess; after escaping from Minos by jumping into the sea was called Diktynna (from diktyon, "net"))
Brill's new Pauly online, 30 June 2017 (Dictynna; Δίκτυννα; Goddess of fishing and of the hunt in Crete; her cult became widespread as did that of the equivalent figure of Britomartis)
Wikipedia, 30 June 2017 (Britomartis; Diktynna; Βριτόμαρτις; Δίκτυννα; Greek goddess of mountains and hunting; primarily workshipped on Crete; sometimes believed to be an oread or mountain nymph; often conflated or syncretized with Artemis and Aphaea; other forms of name: Britomartida ; Бритомартида ; Диктина ; Βριτάμαρπις ; Britomarti ; Britomartė ; Diktinoje ; Britomartisz ; Diktünna ; ブリトマルティス ; Диктинна ; Брітомартіда ; Брітомартіс ; 布里托玛耳提斯)
Invalid LCCNsh 87004529