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Tomorrow, she resolved, I will offer to Juno Sospita for a pregnancy, and to Venus Erucina that I please him in bed, and to the Bona Dea for uterine harmony, and to Vediovis just in case disappointment is lurking.
As if through dense grey fog she fought to remember, and fancied that he had a message for her from the Bona Dea: that if she was prepared to make the sacrifice, the Bona Dea would gift her with the world.
Vesta, for giving her a proper home; Juno Lucina, for a child; Opsiconsiva, to increase Rome’s wealth and power; and the Bona Dea because she knew the Bona Dea had brought her to Caesar’s side to be his helpmate as well as his wife.
You’d better go to the Bona Dea and ask for the medicine as soon as we’re in Rome.