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"Juno: A Goddess of Power, Beauty, and Mythical Tales" Juno, the mighty goddess of Roman mythology, holds a significant place in history and art

Background imageJuno Collection: D-Day - British and Canadian troops landing - Juno Beach

D-Day - British and Canadian troops landing - Juno Beach
British and Canadian 3rd Division troops land at Juno Beach. D-Day began on June 6th, 1944 at 6:30am and was conducted in two assault phases - the air assault landing of allied troops followed by an

Background imageJuno Collection: Hogarth Actresses Barn

Hogarth Actresses Barn
Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn Using a loophole in the law that defied actors to act outside London without a licence

Background imageJuno Collection: Juno and the Peacock

Juno and the Peacock
The Peacock (Pavo cristatus) complains to Juno that he can t sing as well as the nightingale; she tells him to be content with what hes got

Background imageJuno Collection: Epicycles of Mercury and Venus, 1823 C017 / 8061

Epicycles of Mercury and Venus, 1823 C017 / 8061
Epicycles of Mercury and Venus, 19th-century diagram. This geocentric (Earth-centred) model shows the orbits of Mercury and Venus as a series of epicycles (loops)

Background imageJuno Collection: Zeus / Jupiter

Zeus / Jupiter
Zeus (Jupiter) and Hera (Juno) sit with his eagle, visited by Poseidon (Neptune) Hermes (Mercury) and his son (by Alkmene, not Hera, hence her gesture) Herakles

Background imageJuno Collection: Cast copy of the Juno Ludovisi

Cast copy of the Juno Ludovisi
Modern cast copy of the Juno Ludovisi (Hera Ludovisi) - a colossal 1st century Roman marble head depicting an idealized and youthful Antonia Minor as the goddess Juno. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageJuno Collection: Juno, c1610. Creator: Abraham Bloemaert

Juno, c1610. Creator: Abraham Bloemaert
Juno, c1610

Background imageJuno Collection: Hera, Aphrodite, and Athena preparing themselves for the contest of beauty before P

Hera, Aphrodite, and Athena preparing themselves for the contest of beauty before Paris; from Recueil d estampes d apres les plus beaux tableaux et d apres les plus beaux desseins qui sont en France

Background imageJuno Collection: Juno and Carthage, c1636-1655. Artist: Eustache Le Sueur

Juno and Carthage, c1636-1655. Artist: Eustache Le Sueur
Juno and Carthage, c1636-1655

Background imageJuno Collection: Juno (charcoal with pastel on buff paper)

Juno (charcoal with pastel on buff paper)
CH402037 Juno (charcoal with pastel on buff paper) by Point, Armand (1861-1932); Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; French, out of copyright

Background imageJuno Collection: The Judgment of Paris, c1635-1638, (1912). Artist: Peter Paul Rubens

The Judgment of Paris, c1635-1638, (1912). Artist: Peter Paul Rubens
Judgment of Paris, c1635-1638, (1912). A colour print of Rubens painting, from Famous Paintings with an introduction by Gilbert Chesterton, (Cassell and Company, London, New York, Toronto, 1912)

Background imageJuno Collection: Aesop / Juno and Peacock

Aesop / Juno and Peacock
Of Juno the goddess and of the Peacock and the Nightingale - illustration to Caxtons 1484 edition of Aesops Fables

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8970634

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8619646

Background imageJuno Collection: Ceiling of the Studiolo di Francesco I, 1572 (photo)

Ceiling of the Studiolo di Francesco I, 1572 (photo)
BEN82542 Ceiling of the Studiolo di Francesco I, 1572 (photo) by Vasari, Giorgio (1511-74); Palazzo Vecchio (Palazzo della Signoria) Florence

Background imageJuno Collection: Florence, Italy - circa July 2021. Sensual naked woman statue

Florence, Italy - circa July 2021. Sensual naked woman statue. Beauty figure made of stone, 2021 (photo)
8856959 Florence, Italy - circa July 2021. Sensual naked woman statue. Beauty figure made of stone, 2021 (photo) by Ammannati, Bartolomeo (1511-92); Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence, Tuscany

Background imageJuno Collection: Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)

Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)
8637136 Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho) by Smith, John Moyr (1839-1912); Private Collection; (add.info.: Here (Juno) wearing transparent chiton and two-ply himation or diplax

Background imageJuno Collection: Greek Architecture, Ionic Style, Capitals and bases of columns, pilasters and walls (engraving)

Greek Architecture, Ionic Style, Capitals and bases of columns, pilasters and walls (engraving)
8644769 Greek Architecture, Ionic Style, Capitals and bases of columns, pilasters and walls (engraving) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Greek Architecture)

Background imageJuno Collection: Florence, Italy - circa July 2021. Sensual naked woman statue

Florence, Italy - circa July 2021. Sensual naked woman statue. Beauty figure made of stone, 2021 (photo)
8856887 Florence, Italy - circa July 2021. Sensual naked woman statue. Beauty figure made of stone, 2021 (photo) by Ammannati, Bartolomeo (1511-92); Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence, Tuscany

Background imageJuno Collection: Florence, Italy - circa July 2021. Sensual naked woman statue

Florence, Italy - circa July 2021. Sensual naked woman statue. Beauty figure made of stone, 2021 (photo)
8856880 Florence, Italy - circa July 2021. Sensual naked woman statue. Beauty figure made of stone, 2021 (photo) by Ammannati, Bartolomeo (1511-92); Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence, Tuscany

Background imageJuno Collection: Bacchus fighting with the snake sent to him by Juno, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting)

Bacchus fighting with the snake sent to him by Juno, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting)
8683556 Bacchus fighting with the snake sent to him by Juno, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting) by Boulanger, Jean (1606-c.1680); Palazzo Ducale Estense, Sassuolo, Emilia Romagna

Background imageJuno Collection: Juno Ludovisi, Boncompagni Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy

Juno Ludovisi, Boncompagni Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy
6384481 Juno Ludovisi, Boncompagni Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy; (add.info.: Juno Ludovisi)

Background imageJuno Collection: Woman with a model ship riding on waves in her elaborate hair inspired by the Frigate Junon

Woman with a model ship riding on waves in her elaborate hair inspired by the Frigate Junon
FLO4606280 Woman with a model ship riding on waves in her elaborate hair inspired by the Frigate Junon, a famous French naval gunship, 1778. Hairstyle the Fregate the Junon

Background imageJuno Collection: The Roman goddess Juno, marble statue from ancient Rome, Italy

The Roman goddess Juno, marble statue from ancient Rome, Italy
7278215 The Roman goddess Juno, marble statue from ancient Rome, Italy; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Roman goddess Juno, marble statue from ancient Rome, Italy)

Background imageJuno Collection: The Roman goddess Juno, marble statue from ancient Rome, Italy

The Roman goddess Juno, marble statue from ancient Rome, Italy
7278213 The Roman goddess Juno, marble statue from ancient Rome, Italy; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Roman goddess Juno, marble statue from ancient Rome, Italy)

Background imageJuno Collection: Representation of the goddess Juno

Representation of the goddess Juno
3480507 Representation of the goddess Juno; (add.info.: Representation of the goddess Juno. Illustration from supplement to L'antiquite expliquee et representee en figures'; (vols)

Background imageJuno Collection: Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)

Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)
8637101 Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho) by Smith, John Moyr (1839-1912); Private Collection; (add.info.: Here (Juno) wearing himation as a diplax, that is two-ply

Background imageJuno Collection: Second Period of Greek Sculpture, About 470-400 BC (engraving)

Second Period of Greek Sculpture, About 470-400 BC (engraving)
8644785 Second Period of Greek Sculpture, About 470-400 BC (engraving) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Second Period of Greek Sculpture, About 470-400 BC)

Background imageJuno Collection: Bacchus tames the tiger that the persecutor Juno sent against him, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting)

Bacchus tames the tiger that the persecutor Juno sent against him, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting)
8683552 Bacchus tames the tiger that the persecutor Juno sent against him, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting) by Boulanger, Jean (1606-c.1680); Palazzo Ducale Estense, Sassuolo, Emilia Romagna

Background imageJuno Collection: Roman Matrons Making Offerings to Juno 1745 (Oil on canvas)

Roman Matrons Making Offerings to Juno 1745 (Oil on canvas)
8766728 Roman Matrons Making Offerings to Juno 1745 (Oil on canvas) by Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista (Giambattista) (1696-1770); 144.5x112.7 cm; High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia

Background imageJuno Collection: Advert for Juno Bycicles

Advert for Juno Bycicles
5616645 Advert for Juno Bycicles; (add.info.: Advert for Juno Bicycles 1895. 01/01/1895); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageJuno Collection: Juno with a Peacock

Juno with a Peacock
3330146 Juno with a Peacock; (add.info.: Terracotta sculpture of Juno, consort of Jupiter, with a Peacock. Dated 1st Century.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageJuno Collection: Red-figure Apulian Bell-crater the rehearsal for the Judgement of Paris: Hermes with Aphrodite

Red-figure Apulian Bell-crater the rehearsal for the Judgement of Paris: Hermes with Aphrodite, Athena and Hera
AMO278895 Red-figure Apulian Bell-crater the rehearsal for the Judgement of Paris: Hermes with Aphrodite, Athena and Hera, c.375-350 BC (ceramic); 37 cm; Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Background imageJuno Collection: Nudist art: Juno (b/w photo)

Nudist art: Juno (b/w photo)
8632701 Nudist art: Juno (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Juno. Illustration for Nudist Art)

Background imageJuno Collection: The Fables of La Fontaine: The Peacock Complaining to Juno (engraving)

The Fables of La Fontaine: The Peacock Complaining to Juno (engraving)
8669333 The Fables of La Fontaine: The Peacock Complaining to Juno (engraving) by Dore, Gustave (1832-83); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Peacock Complaining to Juno)

Background imageJuno Collection: The Roman goddess Juno, marble statue from ancient Rome, Italy

The Roman goddess Juno, marble statue from ancient Rome, Italy
7278228 The Roman goddess Juno, marble statue from ancient Rome, Italy; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Roman goddess Juno, marble statue from ancient Rome, Italy)

Background imageJuno Collection: Florence, Italy - circa July 2021. Sensual naked woman statue

Florence, Italy - circa July 2021. Sensual naked woman statue. Beauty figure made of stone, 2021 (photo)
8856906 Florence, Italy - circa July 2021. Sensual naked woman statue. Beauty figure made of stone, 2021 (photo) by Ammannati, Bartolomeo (1511-92); Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence, Tuscany

Background imageJuno Collection: The Roman Goddess Juno

The Roman Goddess Juno
5307211 The Roman Goddess Juno.; (add.info.: Engraving depicting the Roman Goddess Juno. Juno, the protector, and special counsellor of the state. Dated 19th century)

Background imageJuno Collection: Bacchus tames the tiger that the persecutor Juno sent against him

Bacchus tames the tiger that the persecutor Juno sent against him, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting) Detail
8683551 Bacchus tames the tiger that the persecutor Juno sent against him, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting) Detail. by Boulanger, Jean (1606-c.1680); Palazzo Ducale Estense, Sassuolo, Emilia Romagna

Background imageJuno Collection: Juno, sculpture by Giovanni Bandini (1540-99) 1572 (bronze)

Juno, sculpture by Giovanni Bandini (1540-99) 1572 (bronze)
BEN82509 Juno, sculpture by Giovanni Bandini (1540-99) 1572 (bronze); Palazzo Vecchio (Palazzo della Signoria) Florence, Italy; Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageJuno Collection: Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)

Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho)
8637137 Ancient Greek Female Costume (litho) by Smith, John Moyr (1839-1912); Private Collection; (add.info.: Three representations of Here (Juno), showing the chiton, himation, and veil (kredemnon)

Background imageJuno Collection: Head of Hera, Bocompagni Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy

Head of Hera, Bocompagni Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy
6384487 Head of Hera, Bocompagni Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy; (add.info.: Head of Hera)

Background imageJuno Collection: Statue of the goddess Juno (marble)

Statue of the goddess Juno (marble)
YOU4419205 Statue of the goddess Juno (marble); Louvre, Paris, France; (add.info.: Statue of Juno, known as Providence, marble sculpture dating from the 2nd century AD)

Background imageJuno Collection: Statue of Juno, from the nymphaeum, c.1554-58 (marble)

Statue of Juno, from the nymphaeum, c.1554-58 (marble)
KAB143765 Statue of Juno, from the nymphaeum, c.1554-58 (marble); Maser, Treviso, Veneto, Italy; © Dario Grimaldi

Background imageJuno Collection: Four Seasons, Winter: Juno beseeches to destroy Aeneas Fleet, 1856-1863

Four Seasons, Winter: Juno beseeches to destroy Aeneas Fleet, 1856-1863. Creator: Delacroix, Eugène (1798-1863)
Four Seasons, Winter: Juno beseeches to destroy Aeneas Fleet, 1856-1863. Found in the Collection of the Museu de Arte de S£o Paulo

Background imageJuno Collection: Earth Trio View

Earth Trio View
This trio of NASAs Junocam views of Earth was taken during Junos close flyby on October 9, 2013

Background imageJuno Collection: The Myth of Io, c1490. Creator: Bartolomeo di Giovanni

The Myth of Io, c1490. Creator: Bartolomeo di Giovanni
The Myth of Io, c1490. As told by the Roman poet Ovid (43 BCE-17 CE) in his "Metamorphoses, " the beautiful nymph Io was seduced by Jupiter, king of the gods

Background imageJuno Collection: The Judgement of Paris. Creator: Hans von Aachen

The Judgement of Paris. Creator: Hans von Aachen
The Judgement of Paris, Unknown date



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"Juno: A Goddess of Power, Beauty, and Mythical Tales" Juno, the mighty goddess of Roman mythology, holds a significant place in history and art. From the heroic D-Day landings on Juno Beach by British and Canadian troops during World War II to captivating artworks depicting her grace and allure, Juno's influence spans across various realms. In ancient times, Juno was often associated with peacocks due to their majestic beauty. Just like these magnificent birds proudly displaying their vibrant feathers, she embodied elegance and regality. Artists throughout centuries have captured this essence in masterpieces such as "Juno and the Peacock, " showcasing her divine presence. But beyond her aesthetic appeal lies a deeper significance. In astronomy, epicycles named after Mercury and Venus highlight celestial movements reminiscent of Juno's power over heavenly bodies. This connection further emphasizes her role as a deity governing cosmic forces alongside Zeus (or Jupiter), king of gods. The arts also depict Juno's involvement in human affairs. The Hogarth Actresses Barn portrays actresses preparing themselves for a contest of beauty before performing for audiences - an allegory reflecting Hera, Aphrodite, and Athena preparing for the Judgment of Paris where they vied for the title of most beautiful goddess. One notable representation is found in the cast copy of the Juno Ludovisi sculpture—an embodiment of strength mixed with maternal tenderness that showcases her multifaceted nature. Another artwork titled "Juno" captures her essence through charcoal with pastel on buff paper—a testament to artists' fascination with capturing her ethereal qualities. Literature too has immortalized Juno's tales; Virgil's epic poem "The Aeneid" features Juvenal miniature illustrations from the 15th century that bring forth vivid imagery surrounding this mythical figure. Finally, we encounter Aesop's fable about Juno and Peacock—symbolizing vanity versus true beauty.