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Vegoia (Etruscan: Vecu) is a nymph and/or sibyl within the Etruscan religious framework who is responsible for writing some parts of their large and complex set of sacred books, of initiating the Etruscan people to the arts, originating the rules and rituals of land marking, and presiding over the observance, respect and preservation of boundaries.

Vegoia is also known as Vecu, Vecui, Vecuvia,

The Etruscan language: an introduction, Giuliano Bonfante,
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Vegoe or else Begoe or even Bigois as it sometimes appears. (see: List of Etruscan mythological figures).