Mars (mythology)

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Statue of Roman God Mars in the Yorkshire Museum found in Blossom Street York and dates from the early 4th century. Taken by Kaly99. Article Eboracum
Statue of God Mars

Mars is the god of war in Roman mythology. Mars is the son of Juno and Jupiter. Mars is the father of Romulus and Remus. The planet Mars and the month March are named after him. He was the god of war, murder, and bloodshed. His Greek name is Ares.

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