Camillus and Camilla

Camillus And Camilla, in Roman antiquity, were the titles applied to the boys and girls who were occupied in the ceremonies of sacrifice, whether temporarily or as a preparation for their entering the priesthood. In the latter case it was necessary that they should be the children of parents still alive, and freeborn.

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