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Ruby

A ruby is a red gem formed of crystalline aluminum oxide called corundum with the presence of chromium which causes the red coloring. Rubies are the third hardest mineral, after diamonds and moissanite. The name "ruby" comes from the Latin word ruber, meaning red.

Juno

Juno is the Roman Queen of the Gods, Goddess of women and protectress of the state. She is often associated with the Greek Hera and the Etruscan Goddesses Uni or Cupra. Together with Jupiter and Minerva she was part of the Capitoline Triad of the primary Gods of Rome and is the mother of Mars the tutelary God of Rome. The month June is named for Her and the first day of each month, the Kalends, is dedicated to Her.

Larkspur

Consolida ajacis and Consolida ambigua

July

July is the seventh month in the Julian and Gregorian calendars. The ancient Romans called the month Quintilius and it was the 5th month of their calendar until the formation of the Julian calendar. The name was changed to July in honor of Julius Ceasar who was born the 12th day of the month.

Water Lily

Nymphaeaceae spp

Cancer

Cancer is the fourth sign of the Zodiac and symbolized by the Crab. Cancer is a Water sign, ruled by the Moon and is considered a Cardinal sign.

The Month of June

The month of June is named after the Roman Goddess of Marriage, Juno. It may also be derived from the Roman word iuniores meaning "young ones".1 It is also possible that this month was dedicated to the Junior branch of the legislature.

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