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  • Bacchus in Rome or Dionysus in Greece is known as the Roman god of wine, son of Zeus and Semele
  • Diana in Rome or Artemis is the Greek goddess of the hunt, armed with a bow. He remained forever young and virgin.
  • Phoebus in Rome or Apollo in Greece son of Zeus and brother of Diana, was one of the most revered gods in Rome.
  • Juno in Rome or Hera in Greece was the wife of Jupiter and mother of Mars, Vulcan and Lucina. It was the Roman goddess of motherhood.
  • Jupiter in Rome or Zeus in Greece is the main Roman god being its ultimate protector and who exuded power.
  • Mars in Rome or Aresin Greece was the god of war. He protected from enemies and led the army to victory.
  • Mercury in Rome or Hermes in Greece was the messenger and protector of merchants and travelers, he was shepherds and flocks god.
  • Minerva in Rome or Athena in Greece was the goddess of arts and crafts. Also in the arts of war.
  • Neptune in Rome or Poseidon in Greece was the god of the seas and waters, and was always characterized with his horses and his trident.
  • Pluto in Rome or Hades in Greece was the god of the underworld, and the dead.
  • Venus in Rome or Aphrodite in Greece was the goddess of fertility, love and beauty.
  • Vulcan in Rome or Hephaestus in Greece was the god of fire and the creator of the weapons of the gods.


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