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The rebel Valentinus and his associates were handed over for execution to Dulcitius.
He is also the subject of a closet drama from the late 10th or early 11th century. The play was written by the nun Hrosvit, the first known woman playwright, as a comedy in the style of Terence. Despite its light tone the play depicts violent imprisonment and martyrdom (specifically that of three sisters at Dulcitius's hand) that is presumably less grave only because of the reward awaiting its Christian sufferers.