A JUNOT . above all other
See also:female deities, she was prepared for that
See also:identification with
See also:Hera which was alluded to above . That she was in some sense a deity of
See also:light seems certain; as
See also:Lucina, e.g., she introduced new-
See also:born infants " in luminis oras." See Roscher's article "
See also:Juno " in his
See also:Lexicon of
See also:Mythology, and his earlier
See also:treatise on Juno and Hera; Wissowa, Religion and Kultus der Romer, 113
See also:foil.; also a fresh discussion by Walter
See also:Otto in Philologus for 1905 (p . 161 foil.) . (W . W .
DUKE ANDOCHE JUNOT
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