Juno is the Roman goddess of marriage and wife of Jupiter. "'Juno"' is the Roman name for Hera. Juno is the daughter of Saturn and Ops and is the younger sister of Vesta and Ceres and the older sister of Neptune, Pluto, and Jupiter. Juno's children are Mars (Greek: Ares), Vulcan (Greek: Hephaestus), Juventas (Greek: Hebe), Discordia (Greek: Eris), and Bellona (Greek: Enyo).
|Roman mythology articles|
|Deities||Apollo • Bacchus • Diana • Ceres • Cupid • Faunus • Fortuna • Juno • Jupiter • Lares • Mars • Mercury • Minerva • Neptune • Pluto • Proserpina • Quirinus • Vejovis • Venus • Vestia • Vulcan|
|Groups||Demigod • God • Titans|
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