What is a Sibille?

n (ancient Rome) a woman who was regarded as an oracle or prophet. Synonyms: SibyllenSibyllenThe sibyls (αἱ Σῐ́βυλλαι, singular Σῐ́βυλλᾰ) were prophetesses or oracles in Ancient Greece. The sibyls prophesied at holy sites. A sibyl at Delphi has been dated to as early as the eleventh century BC by Pausanias when he described local traditions in his writings from the second century AD.