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Juno Covella Cover

Juno Covella: Perpetual Calendar of the Fellowship of Isis
By Lawrence Durdin-Robertson
(Cover by Anna Durdin-Robertson)

The Online Works of Lawrence Durdin-Robertson

Juno Covella was written in honor of the Goddesses of all nationalities and traditions. The Fixed Calendar, was uploaded in full for our members in 1999, at the request of Olivia Robertson and with permission from the Durdin-Robertson family. Formatting has been retained from the original.

Section III: The Fixed Calendar
(The links below are .pdf files and require Adobe Reader.)

       January         May         September
       February       June        October
       March           July          November
       April             August      December

Download all months: January through December (736kb)

Lawrence Durdin-Robertson writes:

"This Calendar is called after Juno, who was invoked as Juno Covella, of the New Moon, when the Nones of each month were announced (calantur), by the Roman Pontiff. (Varro).

The Calendar gives details of the Goddesses presiding over, or connected with, the various divisions of time.

Sections are devoted to the Goddesses of:
I. Chronological Eras;
II. The Year;
III. The Fixed Calendar;
IV. The Moveable Calendar;
V. The Days of the Month;
VI. the Days of the Week;
VII. The Hours of the Day.

Material for the Calendar is drawn from a variety of sources. These include the traditional scriptures such as the Babylonian and Egyptian Ritual Texts, the Vedas, the Bible, the Zend-Avesta, the Kojiki, and the Nihongi, the Koran, the works of Classical writers including Hesiod, Aratus, Varro, Ovid, Ptolemy, and also the late Roman Calendars of Philocalus and Silvius. Among rarer or lesser known books are the Institutes of the Empoeror Akbar, Dufresnoy's Chronological Tables and the Abbe de Montfaucon's Supplement to Antiquities Explained."

Other Online Works of Lawrence Durdin-Robertson

Note: The family of the late Lawrence Durdin-Robertson retain the copyright on Juno Covella. Permission has been granted by them to include this section on the FOI Homepage. Links to these pages are permitted, but please do not duplicate. Thank you.

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