Dictys Cretensis

Dictys Cretensis (i.e. of Crete), the reputed author of a narrative of the Trojan war from the birth of Paris to the death of Ulysses, extant only in a Latin translation; the importance attached to this narrative and others ascribed to the same author is, that they are the source of many of the Greek legends we find inwoven from time to time in the mediæval literature that has come down to us.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Dictator of Letters * Diddler, Jeremy
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Diaz del Castello
Dibdin, Charles
Dibdin, Thomas
Dibdin, Thomas Frognall
Dick, James
Dickens, Charles
Dictator of Letters
Dictys Cretensis
Diddler, Jeremy
Diderot, Denis
Didius, Julianus
Diebitsch, Count
Dieffenbach, Johann Friedrich
Dieffenbach, Lorenz
Diego Suarez, Bay of