Mercury: The Roman God
The Roman pantheon of gods and goddesses is rife with forms that are attributed specific realms and duties. Mercury, a deity commonly associated with Hermes, is the messenger god. He is believed to be the god of commerce and...
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Venus - The Roman Goddess
Venus, the Goddess of Love, gained importance during the reign of Julius Caesar. The Julian clan worshiped her as the Goddess Venus Genetrix. Read this Buzzle article to know more about this deity.
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Minerva Roman Goddess
Minerva is the Roman Goddess of wisdom, war, arts and commerce. She was worshiped with devotion by Romans, Italians and Greeks and her sculptures were raised throughout these places. Read on...
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Roman Gods and Goddesses
The Roman civilization has been one of the most powerful civilizations in history. There are many beliefs that played an important role in making them the dominant rulers that they were. This Buzzle article gives a brief...
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Saturn: The Roman God
Saturn, the Roman deity of agriculture, was the son of Uranus and Terra. This Buzzle article attempts to shed light on the life and personality of the God.
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Cupid - God of Love
Despite belonging to the legion of old Gods, we can still relate to Cupid, the God of love. He has become synonymous with Valentine's day, when couples all over the world express their affection for each other.
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Pluto - The Roman God of the Underworld
In the pantheon, the Roman god Pluto is worshiped for many the many he attributes. Pluto is also referred to as the god of the dead. He is believed to be the master of the underworld and has a number of elaborate stories credited...
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Roman Myths
The works of classical poets Ovid and Vergil threw light on the Roman myths. They have interlaced them with Greek myths to cover the gaps in Roman mythology.
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Roman Mythology
Stories about Rome's origin, the creation and evolution of their religion, their gods, and the influence of these narratives on their culture, form a part of the study of Roman mythology. Here's more.
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