Procne (37D), Tereus (23D), Scylla (19D) and Arachne (30D) were all given as anagrams, as was Ovid (42D). Daphne (1D) changed to laurel, and Niobe (7A) to stone, as in the Metamorphoses (45A).
First prize Stephen Saunders, Midford, Bath
Runners-up R. Wightman, Ilkley, W. Yorks; Rafe Magrath, London SW13
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