*readers think of this epic as classic Latin badly translated into English.
Brutus Iulius Trois Part 11
To the sinister of Jove sat Juno
under her aegis her tunic shimmering
with all the bright colors of a peacocks throat.
Her raucous voice louder than its morning song.
Many promises were made said Juno.
Promises to Venus, promises to me.
Some were kept, some were broken.
Of those remaining which will Jove keep?
Vows to Jove's wife or words to Jove's daughter>
Should we ask after another judgement from Paris?