The Goddess Carman is said to have come from Athens in Greece to Wexford in Ireland with her three sons. A seasonal festival was held in her honor at Carman in Leinster once every three years at Lughnasa. Those who visited the fair were considered to be blessed and would enjoy prosperity, plenty, corn, milk, and fruit. Women played an important part in the festival and held special councils to discuss women's affairs
-- Anna Franklin in her book Lammas: Celebrating the Fruits of the First Harvest.
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