Tag archive: Roman

Asteroid Ceres


Ceres was the Roman goddess of agriculture, specifically grains, fertility and motherhood. Several important planting and harvest festivals were dedicated to her, and she was invoked during marriage ceremonies to ensure fecundity.

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Juno 3

Juno was the Roman goddess of marriage and childbirth, wife of Jupiter and Queen of the Gods. She was the patron goddess of Rome, and protectress of Roman women in particular.

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Memoria 1247

Memoria is the Latin word for “memory” or “remembrance.” As such, it functions astrologically
in that capacity, as an indication of a good (or bad) memory, depending on aspects; a harking back to former circumstance, a reviving of the past; the collective sum of remembered experience which makes us who we are.

Minerva 93

Minerva was the Roman goddess of wisdom, crafts, commerce, strategy and magic, the counterpart of Greek Athena. She was born from Jupiter’s head, fully grown and armed to the teeth.

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Vesta 4

Vesta was the Roman goddess of the hearth and home, personified by the fire of her temple in the Roman Forum, the heart of the ancient city.

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