Your constellation necklace will come individually packaged with a description of the myth behind the stars.
A note on the Virgo constellation:
August 23- September 22
IIn ancient Greek mythology, two prominent figures associated with the Virgo constellation are Erigone and Astraea. Astraea was the Greek goddess of innocence and the administration of law. As the sign of the harvest, Virgo held strong connections with the time that grapes were gathered for the production of wine and Erigone represents an aspect of this association. She was the daughter of Icarius, who received the secret of wine making from the Wine God, Dionysus, and was murdered by peasants who believed they had been poisoned by his wine. Erigone was led to discover his body by their faithful dog and hanged herself in grief. The gods were moved to pity over the tragedy and transported the family to everlasting glory in the heavens : Icarius became Boötes, Erigone became Virgo, and the dog Maera, the constellation Canis Minor.