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List of Roman Gods


Name

In Greece

Role

Amor

Eros

God of love and sexual passion

Aurora

Eos

Goddess of the dawn

Bacchus

Dionysus

God of fertile forces of nature, wine and grapevine

Bellona

Enyo

Goddess of war

Cerera, Ceres

Demeter

Goddess of vegetation and harvest

Coelus

Uranos

God of heaven

Concordia

Harmony

Goddess of harmony and harmony

Consus

God looking after the grain stored in the granaries

Dis Pater

God of the underworld and wealth

Diana

Artemida

Goddess of the moon, birth and hunting

Discordia

Eris

Goddess of confusion, discord and chaos

Aesculapius

Asklepios

Medical supervisor

Fauna

Goddess of fertility and fertility

Favonius

Marshmallow

God and the personification of the west and west winds of the world

Flora

Chloris

Goddess of spring vegetation in the flowering stage

Fortune

Tyche

Goddess controlling human destiny

Furies

Erynie

Chthonic deities, demons of the underground world

Genius

A half-divine, mortal being who gives a man fertility, directs his fate, brings happiness or failure

Graces

Charities

Goddesses of grace, beauty and joy

Hercules

Heracles

A deified hero of Roman mythology. Roman legend attributes Hercules to the killing of the giant Kakus and King Faunus.

Honor, Honos

God being the personification of moral concepts – honor and honor

Iustitia

Themis

Goddess personifying justice

Isis

Demeter

Egyptian goddess, whose worship was also adopted in Rome

Janus

He was associated with gates (houses or cities), all beginning and ending

Jupiter, Jupiter

Zeus

Lord of the gods and the highest god in the pantheon, Lord of Heaven and Earth

Junon

Hera

Queen of heaven; spouse Jupiter

Kybele

The Phrygian goddess of fertility, fertility, spring and defensive cities, guardian of the dead

Quirinus

God of quirites ( quirites), i.e. armed Romans

Lua

The ancient goddess of war and ritual blot that they wanted to send to their enemies

Luna

Selene

Goddess of the moon

Mars

Ares

God of war

Mater Matuta

Goddess of morning and dawn

Mercury

Hermes

God of trade, profit and trade; also thieves and customs officers; messenger of the gods

Minerva

Atena

Goddess of wisdom, science, art and literature

Mitra

Helios

Vedic God, whose worship was also adopted in Rome

Momos

God of jokes, mockery, mockery and undeserved criticism

Walrus

Thanatos

God and the personification of death

Neptune

Poseidon

God of water, clouds and rain

Ops

Rea

Goddess of fertility and wealth, rough sex, sister and wife of Saturn

Pax

Ejrene

Goddess of peace

Picumnus

God of fertility, agriculture, marriage and children

Pilumnus

Deity of nature, he cared for the health and proper growth of children

Platoon, Orkus

Hades

God of the world of the dead

Priap

Priap

God of fertility

Salus

Hygieja

Goddess personifying health and safety

Saturn

Kronos

God of agriculture and sowing

Silvanus

Pan

God of forests and wildlife; later: god of fields, flocks, orchards, groves, agriculture, and guardian of home and property

Sol

Helios

God of light and air

Sol Invictus

The epitome of all other deities.

Somnus

Hypnos

God of sleep

Spes

Elpis

Goddess personifying hope

Sterquilinus

God of fertilizing the earth, identified with Picumnus or Saturn

Terminus

God of state borders and borders between private estates

Vica Pota

Goddess identified with Victoria

Virtus

God personifying courage

Venus

Aphrodite

Goddess of love

West

Hestia

Goddess of home and state fire

Victoria

Nike

Goddess of victory and glory

Volcano

Hephaestus

God of volcanoes and blacksmithing

Sources

  • Grant Michael, Mity rzymskie, Warszawa 1978
  • Jaczynowska Maria, Religie świata rzymskiego, Warszawa 1987
  • Krawczuk Aleksander, Mitologia starożytnej Italii, Warszawa 1984
  • Parandowski Jan, Mitologia, Londyn 1992

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