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In Etruscan mythology, Italy, Uni was the supreme goddess of the pantheon. She was the patron goddess of Perugia as well.

With her husband, Tinia, and Menrva, she is part of a powerful triumvirate.

With Tinia, she was the mother of Hercle.

Uni was the Etruscan equivalent of Juno and Hera in Roman mythology and Greek mythology, respectively.

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