- the mother, by Latinus, of Lavinia.
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Examples from the Web for amata
The name of the queen, her mother, the wife of Latinus, was Amata.Romulus, Makers of History
His “Amata Mathemata” became his pride, his pleasure, and at length his shame.Calamities and Quarrels of Authors
Fidus, Amata, and the little Mignon, hesitated not one moment to declare their choice of staying with the generous Benefico.
The nuptials of the faithful Fidus, and his loved Amata, were solemnized in the presence of all their friends.
The Fury first took possession of the queen, Amata, and roused her to oppose in every way the new alliance.The Classic Myths in English Literature and in Art (2nd ed.) (1911)
Charles Mills Gayley