AGANICE

ΑΓΑΝΙΚΗ

Or Aglaonice (Aglaonikê), daughter of Hegetor, a Thessalian, who by her knowledge of astronomy could foretell when the moon would disappear, and imposed upon credulous women, by saying that she could draw down the moon. (Plut. de Off. Conjug. p. 145, de Defect. Orac. p. 417.)