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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En el Dialogo de un viejo y un mancebo, de Jarava (Juan de Brocar, Alcala de Henares, 1546, BNE R 8392), las mujeres reprobas que aduce Olimpio (Semiramis, Pasife, las mujeres de Escula, de Pompeyo y de Caton Censorino, Olimpia, Jezabel, Progne, Bersabe, Dalida) suscitan la replica de Florencio, defensor de su virtud (Rebeca, Bersabe, Esther, Minerva, Nicostrata, Carmentis, Aragnes, sibilas, Julia, Porcia Emilia, Sulpicia, la hija de M.
Butler, 1867 282 Nymphidium baeotia Hewitson, [1853] 283 Nymphidium caricae Stichel, 1924 284 Nymphidium carmentis Stichel, 1910 285 Nymphidium derufata Callaghan, 1985 286 Nymphidium leucosia Stichel, 1924 287 Nymphidium lisimon (Stoll, 1790) 288 Nymphidium mantus (Cramer, 1775) 289 Nymphidium ninias Hewitson, 1865 * 290 Nymphidium omois Hewitson, 1865 291 Nymphidium trinidadi Callaghan, 1999 292 Mycastor neacles (Hewitson, 1871) Subtribe Theopina 293 Protonymphidia senta (Hewitson, 1853) 294 Theope (Parnes) nycteis (Westwood, 1851) 295 Theope (Parnes) philotes (Westwood, 1851) 296 Theope acosma Stichel, 1910 297 Theope archimedes D'Abrera, 1994 298 Theope atima H.
Arriving up the Tiber with Evander to the future site of Rome, the Arcadian Carmentis foretells the coming of Aeneas, his sacred father and the sacred emblems to Latium and predicts that one day, a god himself will tend Vesta's rites (519-30).
And now Carmentis excludes him from her dynastic prophecy by omitting Aeneas' son and the felix nomen Iuli and the domus Iulia descended from Teucrian ancestors (cf.
She is honoured above all by Carmentis, in that she alone is identified by name.
Queste etimologie son introdotte da formule che dichiarano la loro derivazione nominale/linguistica (vera o presunta o antifrastica come nel caso di Parcae) da un sostantivo legato a una funzione (riconosciuta) del personaggio (17): Angelus, Carmentis, Cinctia, Curitis, daemon, Domiduca, Fanae, Genius, Hera, Heros (18), Iuno, Iuppiter, Lucetia, Lucina, Manes, Parcae (Fata), Praestes, Sol, Summanus.
2, 159] Alii quoque huius generis homines in diuinandi usum et praescientiam procreati, ut Carmentis in Arcadia ab effuso per uaticinia carmine memorata.
carmentis autem dicta eo quod carminibus futura praediceret.