Carmenta in Roman mythology, was originally the same as Camena (q.v.). She had a temple at the foot of the Capitoline Hill, and altars near the Carmentalian door. In the later endeavor of the Romans to mingle their own mythology with that of the Greeks, Carmenta was affirmed to be a certain nymph from Arcadia, who journeyed with her son Evander to Italy.

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