Roman - Goddess of springs. Daughter of Daunus and Venilia. Sister of Turnus. Mother or wife of Janus, some say. Mother of Fons by Janus, some say. She was a mortal but Jupiter gave her immortality as a water-nymph when he seduced her. In the battles between the band of Trojans under Aeneas and the Romans and their various allies, Juturna drove the chariot for her brother Turnus disguised as his charioteer, Metiscus. When she failed to save her brother, who was killed by Aeneas, she returned grieving to her home in a spring. On occassion, known as Juturna, Diuturna, Diuturna, Iuturna or Iuturna.

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