Angitia (the strangler), in Roman mythology, was a goddess of the inhabitants round about the Fucinian Sea, who, well versed in the knowledge. of poisons and their antidotes, received her name from her skill in strangling snakes. Some have placed her in Grecian mythology, and have therefore called her a daughter of AEetes, and thus a sister of Medea.

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