Pronubial

Pro`nu´bi`al


a.1.Presiding over marriage.
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The flowering season occurs between July and October; its flowers remain closed during the day and then open completely at night, giving off an intense and penetrating scent that attracts night butterflies; in fact, pollination is entomogama (via pronubial insects).
Mars and Pallas Athene argue over the rival claims of the arts of war and of peace; Jupiter reconciles them by making them equally interested in the bright future of France as embodied in the youthful Dauphin; Virtuous Love reveals that royal breeding (with Jupiter's blessing) is the name of the game, and describes how Pronubial Juno has made a successful flying visit to the banks of the Elbe to bring Maria Josepha the dream-bride back to the Seine to marry Louis.