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Dedications to her have been found at Plestia and Ripatransone, and in Cupramontana and Cupra Marittima, which are named after her. Her name could derive from the Greek Kupria, a name for Aphrodite. It could also share the same etymology of the Roman god Cupid.
In the Periodic Table, Copper's symbol is Cu, which derives from Cupra, Latin for Copper.
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