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History: Roman Gods

Jupiter Greek form: Zeus King of the gods and the god of the sky, thunder and lightning
Juno Greek form: Hera Queen of the gods and the goddess of marriage
Neptune Greek form: Poseidon God of the sea
Pluto Greek form: Hades God of the underworld
Mars Greek form: Ares God of war
Venus Greek form: Aphrodite Goddess of love
Minerva Greek form: Athena Goddess of wisdom
Vesta Greek form: Hestia Goddess of the hearth and home
Diana Greek form: Artemis Goddess of the moon and hunting
Apollo Greek form: Apollo God of the sun, music, healing and prophecy
Vulcan Greek form: Hephaestus God of metalwork and fire
Ceres Greek form: Demeter Goddess of the harvest and farming
Bacchus Greek form: Dionysus God of wine and drama (entertainment)
Mercury Greek form: Hermes Messenger of the gods
Why did the romans worship so many gods? Because they needed a god for every single aspect of their lives because they were scared, they were the first big empire and this made them constantly in fear.
Where did the romans worship the gods? In the temples, and the family lararium
Where did the gods for the romans come from? Greece
Created by: KMcBride007