Carmenta


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Carmenta

one of Camenae; protectress of women in confinement. [Rom. Rel.: Zimmerman, 50]

Carmenta

goddess of healing. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 53]
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Perceptions condition the behaviour, engagement and compliance of actors in the design and implementation of strategies and policies (Bennett 2016, Carmenta et al.
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In sections on epos, drama, empirical and imaginary chronotopes, and shifting chronotopes, they examine such aspects as calculating the mythical dimension: time and distance in Homeric navigation, Iris as messenger and her journey: speech in space and time, time traveling and space traveling in Greek middle comedy, mythological time and space in Ovid's exile poetry, and Carmenta in the Fasti: a tale of two feasts.
Biological aspects of the guava's bark borer Carmenta theobromae (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae) in Santander, Colombia
Caterpillars of the genus Carmenta cause the fruit to drop prematurely, which renders the fruits unsuitable for consumption (Lopes et al., 2003) .
Anverso de las alas anteriores en el macho con una coloracion cafe claro uniforme y sin marcas distintivas tal como tienen Dion carmenta carmenta (Hewitson, 1870), D.