Camenae

In Roman mythology, the Camenae (iː; also Casmenae, Camoenae) were originally goddesses of childbirth, wells and fountains, and also prophetic deities. There were four Camenae: The last two were sometimes specifically referred to as the Carmentae, and in ancient times might have been two aspects of Carmenta rather than separate figures; in later ...
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Camenae

Camenae (kumē'nē) , in Roman religion and mythology, water nymphs gifted in prophecy. At Rome they had a sacred spring from which the vestals drew water for their rites. In later myth they were identified with the Greek Muses.
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Camenae

in Roman religion, goddesses who were perhaps originally water deities, having a sacred grove and spring located outside the Porta Capena at Rome. ...
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