Dii Consentes

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The Dii Consentes (Latin: "[the] council of the divine") was the principal group of deities within Ancient Roman religion, equivalent to the Twelve Olympians. As listed by the poet Ennius in the late 3rd Century BC [1], they consisted of:

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  1. Ennius, fragment 45 = Apuleius, De deo Socratis, 2.28–29.