), of Samos, a female Pythagorean philosopher, is sometimes described as a daughter, at other times merely as a disciple of Pythagoras and Theano.
She wrote epigrams and several works upon the worship and mysteries of Dionysus. (Suidas, s. v. Ἀριγνώτη
.; Clem. Alex. Strom.
iv. p. 522d., Paris, 1629 ; Harpocrat. s. v. Εὐοῖ