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June 3

On this day, June 3, Romans held a festival in honour of Bellona, goddess of war. Bellona was often considered the sister of Mars, driving her own chariot, weapons in hand. It is believed that she was originally worshipped as a personification of force.

June 4
       
     
June 4

On this day, June 4, Romans held a festival honouring Hercules Custos - Hercules the Great Custodian. Ovid mentions a temple at the west end of the Circus Flaminius, but it is yet to be identified. It remains a mystery just what Hercules was guarding, and against whom...

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June 5

On this day, June 5, Romans honoured the god Dius Fidius (Divine Good Faith) with a festival. Dius Fidius was one of the deities that could be invoked by Romans swearing an oath, along with Castor, Pollux, Jupiter, Semo Sanctus and Hercules. di immortales!