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Semla is the Etruscan name for the Greek goddess Semele from which she derives. Her name is sometimes misspelled Semia.

An Etruscan mirror from the 4th century BCE shows a woman inscribed as Semla holding a thyrsus and kissing the young Puphluns as he embraces her beside the presence of Apulu who holds a laurel branch. A boy with a small horsetail plays pipes.

See also


  • G. Bonfante and L. Bonfante: The Etruscan Language: An Introduction, Manchester and New York, 1983

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