Camenae


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Camenae

(kəˈmiːniː)
pl n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Roman myth a group of nymphs originally associated with a sacred spring in Rome, later identified with the Greek Muses
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Among well-known brands, a few are domestic, such as AFU, PrettyVally, Camenae and Herborist.
exsoluit promissa Venus (Moved by my Camenae, Cytherea has brought and placed him in my arms.
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L'orateur commehomme de bien habile a parler": Camenae, no 1 (janvier).
Horace proceeds to detail the divine protection that he has enjoyed, especially from the Muses (21 vester, Camenae, vester .
Pindar is recognized through his camenae,(22) as are Simonides/Bacchylides, Alcaeus, and Stesichorus.
Lenibus imperiis quotiensque, educet in agros Aetolis onerata plagis iumenta canesque, surge et inhumanae senium depone Camenae, cenes ut pariter pulmenta laboribus empta.
His initial investment was modest: an outlay of 1,200gns in 1966 bought him his foundation mare, Camenae.