Juno (mythology) - Wikipedia
Juno ( English: / ˈdʒuːnoʊ / JOO-noh; Latin Iūnō [ˈjuːnoː]) was an ancient Roman goddess, the protector and special counsellor of the state. She was equated to Hera, queen of the gods in Greek mythology and a goddess of love and marriage.
Juno | Queen of Heaven, Protector of Rome, Goddess of Marriage
25 thg 8, 2023 · Juno, in Roman religion, chief goddess and female counterpart of Jupiter, closely resembling the Greek Hera, with whom she was identified. With Jupiter and Minerva, she was a member of the Capitoline triad of deities traditionally introduced by the Etruscan kings.
Juno – Mythopedia
19 thg 5, 2023 · Juno (or Iuno in Latin) was the queen of the Roman gods and the wife of Jupiter, the king of the gods. She served as a champion and protector of women, especially in their domestic roles of marriage and motherhood. Juno’s mythology and iconography were mostly adopted from the Greek goddess Hera.
Juno - World History Encyclopedia
8 thg 4, 2015 · She is often thought of as the Roman version of the Greek goddess of love and marriage, Hera. Juno was the wife and sister of Jupiter, the chief Roman god, and the two of them were worshipped along with the goddess Minerva on the Quirinal in Rome.
Janus - Wikipedia
According to ancient Roman farmers' almanacs, Juno was mistaken as the tutelary deity of the month of January,  but Juno is the tutelary deity of the month of June. Janus presided over the beginning and ending of conflict, and hence war and peace.