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Why feminine is used in "haec locuta"?

By reading the sentence without the explanation from the note that adds "est", I would consider it a joint participle with a temporal value (as mentioned in the other comments, having said ...
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Why feminine is used in "haec locuta"?

Locuta doesn't go with haec, but rather with Ariadna. Locuta is singular, but haec here is neuter plural. "Ariadne, having said (locuta, fem. sing. nom.) these things (haec, neut. plur. acc.), ...
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