I was wondering does anyone understand what the whole Juno thing was about, all the sudden she appears out of nowhere, was that the father sending her to make sure his daughter was kept pure, I don’t know, it boggles my mind.
I saw this text and it did not have someone saying it , so because I was curious what it was all about it said: Here on this grass plot, in this very place. To come and sport her peacocks(birds sacred to Juno they draw her chariot) Fly at full speed. Approach rich Ceres her to entertain.
Okay so this seems to be about Juno, but why, why the random quote not from anyone, I wonder how it is done in the actual play?