Juno was the goddess of marriage, childbirth and women in Roman religion whilst also being the patron goddess and protector of Rome.

Residence: Rome
Symbols: Peacock
Parents: Saturn and Ops
Siblings: Ceres, Jupiter, Neptune, Pluto, Vesta
Consort: Jupiter
Children: Bellona, Juventas, Mars, Vulcan
Festivals: Matronalia
Other Names: Juno Lucina, Juno Moneta, Juno Regina, Juno Sospita
Greek equivalent: Hera

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Juno Sospita, a plaster cast based on an original in the Vatican Museums.

Juno’s own warlike aspect among the Romans is apparent in her attire. She is often shown armed and wearing a goatskin cloak.

IVNO REGINA on a coin celebrating Julia Soaemias.

Juno’s theology is one of the most complex and disputed issues in Roman religion. Even more than other major Roman deities, Juno held a large number of significant and diverse epithets, names and titles representing various aspects and roles of the goddess.

Punishment of Ixion: in the center is Mercury holding the caduceus and on the right Juno sits on her throne. Behind her Iris stands and gestures. On the left is Vulcan standing behind the wheel, manning it, with Ixion already tied to it. Nephele sits at Mercury’s feet; a Roman fresco from the House of the Vettii, Pompeii.
 Juno Lucina, goddess of childbirth, presents the goddess of love, Venus, with the beautiful infant Adonis.
Statue of Juno, Vatican Museum.