Roman - A water-goddess, goddess of childbirth. Leader of the Camenae. Mother of Evander by Hermes. In some accounts she is identified as Artemis Caryatis, in others there are two Carmentas known as Postverta and Prorsa. Some say that she was an early Italian goddess of prophecy, known in some parts as Nicostrate. Sometimes identified as Carmenta, Artemis, Artemis, Bear Goddess, Britomart, Irina, Kalliste, Lady of Wild Things, Mistress of the Griffins, Orthia, Orthria, Phoebe, sacred birds, Taurica, Upis, Agrotera, Aph(a)ea, Arcadia, Bear goddess, Brauronia, Britomart(is), Carnasia, Cranae(a), Cynthia, Delia, Dictynna, Elate, Korythalia, Locheia, Mistress of Animals, Mistress of Griffins, Orth(r)ia, Phoebe, Phyllis, Phosporos, Polyboea, Potnia, Theron, Selene, Tauropolos, Trivia, White Goddess, Irish Garbh Ogh, Roman Diana, Syrian Atargatis, Thracian Bendis, Euronyme, Artemis Caryatis, Artemis Caryatis, Carmentes, Carmentes, Carmentia, Carmentia, Carmentis, Carmentis, Nicostrate, Nicostrate, Postverta, Postverta, Prorsa or Prorsa.

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