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Capitolinus - The Rescue of the Capitol (387 BC): Though there is tranquillity and peace in Rome, Gallic troops are approaching and plan to take the capitol. Apart from soldiers protecting the city, many geese--sacred to the goddess Juno--roam the city’s outskirts. According to tradition, the Galileans try to storm the capitol by night, but before the first one was even close, the holy geese of Juno shriek so loudly that all Romans awake immediately and are therefore able to save their city.