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Apr 30, 2008 Arnemetia's name contains the same Celtic root as nemeton, meaning ..

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of Aqua Arnemetia (Buxton). By the time of the Doomsday Book, Hayfield had become a small Anglo-Saxon settlement, referred to as 'Hedfeld'.
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Rome from CRBI's Yamaha-powered patrol boat, Arnemetia.
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Arnemetia', and built the first natural spring water baths here. The springs were sacred among local people before the Roman invaders arrived.
Rivers Viewed through Names and Epithets
quanna, Rauria, Boann, and Arnemetia, respectively). Poland's. Vistula River stems from Asto Ilunno, a Celtic goddess of rivers and fertility.

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Arnemetia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Arnemetia was a goddess in Romano-British religion. Her shrine was at Aquae Arnemetiae ("waters of Arnemetia"), which is now Buxton in Derbyshire, England.
Arnemetia's Wiccan Sampler
Welcome to Arnemetia's Wiccan Sampler, a site about me and my beliefs.
Arnemetia | Free Music, Tour Dates, Photos, Videos
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British Goddesses - The Goddess - The White Goddess
Arnemetia was a Romano-Celtic water goddess whose 'Sacred Grove' was at Buxton Springs in England.
Arnemetia: a Brythonic goddess (Goddess who Dwells in the Sacred
The Brythonic deity Arnemetia (Goddess who Dwells in the Sacred Grove).

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