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This category is about Roman mythology. For brilliance see Category:Excellence.

  • English: In Roman mythology, every man had a genius and every woman a juno (Juno was also the name for the queen of the gods). Originally, the genius/juno were ancestors who guarded over their descendants. Over time, they turned into personal guardian spirits, granting intellect and prowess. Sacrifices were made to one's genius/juno on one's birthday.
in ancient Roman religion, an individual instance of a general divine nature that is present in every individual person, place, or thing
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