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(she of the sacred grove). Gaulish. A Continental Deity revered during Roman times; her name may be cognate with the Irish Valkyrie Nemain, and in fact the Romans seem to have regarded her as having some connection with Mars.
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- way, I'm Nimüe, but the Druids once called me Nemetona. And you?
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- associé à Nemetona, dont le nomrappelle celui de Nemon, fée guerrière de l' épopée irlandaise. Ce dualisme n'a rien de particulier aux Celtes.
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- A nemeton is a sacred pagan grove, usually a clearing amid trees rather than a structure, ultimately derived from the European Celtic goddess Nemetona. The word survives in some place names, like Nantwich in Cheshire.
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- It should not be surprising, therefore, to hear that Nemetona was a Celtic Goddess particularly associated with these open air places of worship.