Juno Lucina Research Paper

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Although Juno is an Italian goddess she was early identified with Hera, the Greek version of Jove’s, Zeus’ wife. On the other hand, etymology derives the name Juno from the Latin iuvenis-young man - and she would then be symbol of the vigor of a young woman. There is still another theory seeing Juno as the opposite of genius. Just as every male has his genius so every woman would have her Juno. Whether this was ancient belief or not, - it is a fact that Juno was the protector of the female. So was Juno Fluonia the guardian of the monthly period, Juno Pronuba one of the protecting goddesses of the wedding, Juno Opigena the divine helping hand during childbirth. Juno Lucina shows the newly-born the world’s light. The last-mentioned Juno had…show more content…
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In the late Classics Phoenix is shown on coins and mosaics, with rays coming from his head the nimbus, later given to all saints, emperors and gods.

Tempe 10 miles East of Phoenix population 280,000

Tempe is a narrow valley formed by erosion, in Thessaly BETWEEN Ossa and Mount Olympus. The river Peneios formed the valley which offers the main connection between Thessaly and Macedonia.


Arcadelphia on Interstate 30, 50 miles SW of Little Rock population 11000

The name of the town is a combination of the State’s name and Delphia, a Greek derive that we also find in the city of Philadelphia, see under Pennsylvania.
Delphos in classical Greek means brother; so the name of this town means as much as brother of the State of Arkansas.

Augusta on U.S. Highway 64, about 60 miles NE of Little Rock population
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