JuturnaWater nymph and goddess of wells and springs Roman Religion and Mythology / Lexicon
Juturna was a water nymph and a goddess for wells and springs.
According to legend she was the sister of Castor and Pollux, with whom she often appears.
Juturna was celebrated on January 11, at the Juturnalia.
- Castor and Pollux - Proctectors of cavallery, horse races and the equestrian order (Roman Religion and Mythology, Lexicon)
- Spring of Juturna - The fountain where Castor and Pollux watered their horses (Forum Romanum, Rome, Italy)
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