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Juno (Roman deity)

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Personal name headingJuno (Roman deity)
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Variant(s)Chuno (Roman deity)
Giunon (Roman deity)
Giunone (Roman deity)
Ġunone (Roman deity)
Giununi (Roman deity)
Iuno (Roman deity)
Junon (Roman deity)
Junona (Roman deity)
Junono (Roman deity)
Yuno (Roman deity)
Yunona (Roman deity)
جونو (Roman deity)
Юнона (Roman deity)
Γιούνο (Roman deity)
Јунона (Roman deity)
유노 (Roman deity)
יונו (Roman deity)
ユーノー (Roman deity)
朱諾 (Roman deity)
See alsoHera (Greek deity)
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Biography/History noteJuno is a Roman goddess, the wife and syster of Jupiter, daughter of Saturn, mother of Mars and Vulcan. She is the goddess of women and protector of the Roman state. Her counterpart in Greek mythology is Hera.
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inThe Homeric hymn to Aphrodite and related texts, 2012: table of contents (To Hera)
Wikipedia, 16 May 2016 (Juno; Roman goddess, goddess of women, protector and special counselor of the state; daughter of Saturn, sister and wife of Jupiter; mother of Mars and Vulcan; Greek equivalent was Hera; other forms: Iuno; جونو ; Chuno; Yunona; Юнона; Junona; Γιούνο; Junono; Junon; 유노 ; Yuno; Giunone; יונו; Giunon ; Ġunone; ユーノー; Giununi; Јунона; 朱諾 )
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