The Camenae were the Nymphs of springs in Rome. Their shrine was in a wood not for from the Camenean Gate, a little south of the Caelian Gate, a site where there was also a temple of Egeria. These Nymphs were identified with the Muses from an early period.


Table of Sources
- Serv. on Virgil, Ecl. 7, 21
- Livy 1, 21, 3
- Plutarch, Numa 13

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