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Juno (Latin: IVNO) was a major Roman goddess, called Hera by the Greeks. She was queen of the gods. An ancient and central deity in Roman religion, Juno was the sister and wife of the ruler of the gods, Jupiter, and the mother of Hebe, Vulcan and Mars, one of the most important Roman deities. She was also a member of the Capitoline Triad along with Jupiter and Minerva.




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