ROMA

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1. A Trojan captive, who advised her fellow captives on the coast of Italy to set fire to the fleet of the Greeks. (Plut. Romul. 1; Tzetz. ad Lycoph. 921.)

2. A daughter of Italus and Lucania, or a daughter of Telephus. In some traditions she was said to have been the wife of Aeneas or Ascanius, and to have given her name to the city of Rome. (Plut. Romul. 2.)