Roman divinities, are called daughters of Mars. (Gel. 13.22
.) Hartung (Die Relig. d. Röm.
vol. i. p. 130) is inclined to consider their name to be identical with Μῶαι
, and accordingly thinks that they were the same as the Camenae; but in another passage (vol. ii. p. 172 ) he admits the probability that, as their name plainly indicates, they were in some way connected with the pounding or grinding of grain.