List of Roman gods and goddesses
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This is a list of Roman Gods and Goddesses that are in Roman mythology.
- Apollo, god of the sun/rides the sun chariot
- Bacchus, god of wine, parties/festivals, madness, and merriment
- Cupid, The God of love.
- Diana - the Goddess of the Moon
- Fortuna - the Goddess of luck
- Janus - the God of gates and doors
- Jupiter- the King of the Gods and Goddesses, and God of lightning and the sky
- Juno - his wife, and Goddess of marriage
- Mars - God of war
- Mercury - Messenger of the Gods; also the God of thieves, commerce and travelers.
- Minerva, virgin goddess of wisdom, handicrafts, strategic warfare, and trade
- Neptune - the God of the sea
- Pluto - God of death, and the riches under the Earth
- Proserpina, his wife, goddess of the underworld
- Saturn, Titan of time and King of the Titans
- Venus, Goddess of Love and Beauty
- Vulcan, The God of fire and blacksmiths.
- Vesta, virgin goddess of home and hearth
- Terra, goddess of the Earth
Other Related Pages[change | change source]
- List of names of mythological gods, a comparison of names of Greek, Roman, Etruscan, and Norse gods and goddesses