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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moneta

 

http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moneta

[...] THE WORD "MONETA" IS WHERE WE GET THE WORDS "MONEY",

OR "MONETIZE", USED BY WRITERS SUCH AS OVID, MARTIAL, JUVENAL, AND CICERO.

 

[...] AS WITH THE GODDESS MONETA, JUNO MONETA'S NAME

IS DERIVED EITHER FROM THE LATIN MONÄ’RE, SINCE,

AS PROTECTRESS OF FUNDS, SHE "WARNED" OF INSTABILITY

OR MORE LIKELY FROM THE GREEK "MONERES" MEANING "ALONE, UNIQUE".

 

[...] MONETA IS A CENTRAL FIGURE IN JOHN KEATS' POEM

"THE FALL OF HYPERION: A DREAM".