Juno--Supreme Goddess of Women Picture

Juno was the Roman equivalent of the Greek goddess Hera and was considered the Roman supreme goddess, married to the ruling god, Jupiter. She is believed to watch and protect all women and was called by the Romans "the one who makes the child see the light of day". Every year, on the first of March, women hold a festival in honor of Juno called the Matronalia. To this day, many people consider the month of June, which is named after the goddess who is the patroness of marriage, to be the most favorable time to marry. Juno's own warlike aspect is apparent in her attire. She often appears armed and wearing a goatskin cloak, which was the garment favoured by Roman soldiers on campaign. In Rome she was worshipped on the Capital hill along with Jupiter and Minerva, goddess of wisdom and the arts.

My entry for =flordelys Winter Contest.
Subject is Mythology (Greek, Norse, Irish…etc. Whichever you prefer.)
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I dedicate this piece to =Princess-of-Shadows Thank you for always being there for me through my ups and downs, as well as the tips and tricks you taught me along the way. I'm grateful. Hope you like, it's the least I could do. Enjoy sweetie!


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