Juno - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Roman goddess, wife of Jupiter; equivalent to the Greek Hera
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Livius Andronicus composes a hymn to be sung in honour of Juno.
a dream not to steal a column from the temple of Juno at Lacinium.
Temples are dedicated to Juno Matuta, Faunus, Fortuna Primigenia, and
The dedication of temples of Juno and Diana.
which he strips the roof tiles off the temple of Juno at Lacinium.
nstructs temples to Jupiter and Juno within the portico of Octavius.
The temple of Juno is struck by lightning.
aesar restores the temple of Juno Sospita, in response to a dream rep
and of Quintus Flaminius, to Juno, Saviour, Mother
.1581 Dedication to Juno Lucina. Capua. An
ably completed these altars to Juno of the Fig-Tree. C
CIL_* 1.359-361 *
nze tablet, ruins of temple of Juno, Norba. Second cen
side. To Jupiter Juno and Minerva a gift bestowed by
.378 To Queen Juno a gift, bestowed by mat
ted, as things sacred to Juno Quiris, by Gaius Faldil
a dish found at Vulci Juno's dish CIL_1 .452 Latin
(early 1st cent.) lic Holiday. To Diana and Juno the Queen in the C
(1st cent. A.D.) val of Mars and Juno Lucina on the Esquiline, bec
air of lines in Ennius - Juno Vesta Minerva Ceres Diana
Ennius:Ann_* 291-293 *
Livius Andronicus (?) to Juno : SCHOLIAST : Ennius says
; and on a night grave Juno's shrine and that of fearles
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