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Category:Roman Deities

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The veneration of ancient Roman deities, once believed to have ended with the coming of Christianity to southern Europe, has been partially retained and also deliberately revived as a Neo-Pagan tradition.

Popular Roman Deities

Apollo

Apollo is the god of healing, prophecy, and music...

Bacchus

Bacchus is the god of wine, grapes, and revelry...

Ceres

Ceres is goddess of grain, agriculture, harvest, and the seasons...

Diana

Diana is goddess of hunting, wilderness, and the moon...

Flora

Flora is is the goddess of spring and flowers...

Genius

The Genius is an individual deity of a person, or place...

Janus

Janus is the two-headed god of doorways, thresholds, and transitions...

Juno

Juno is the queen of the gods, goddess of marriage and childbirth...

Jupiter

Jupiter is god of lightning, storms, and father of the gods...

Lares

Lares are guardian deities of homes, fields, and crossroads...

Luna

Luna is the goddess of the moon...

Mars

Mars is the god of war, courage, and divine ancestor of the Roman people...

Mercury

Mercury is god of trade, travel, crossroads, and messengers...

Minerva

Minerva is goddess of wisdom, warfare, and crafts...

Neptune

Neptune is the god of oceans, earthquakes, and horses...

Pluto

Pluto is god of the underworld, the dead, and wealth...

Saturn

Saturn is the god of harvest and agriculture...

Sol

Sol is the Roman god of the sun...

Venus

Venus is the goddess of love, beauty, and fertility...

Vestia

Vestia is goddess of hearth, home, and patron of the Vestal Virgins...

Vulcan

Vulcan is god of fire, volcanos, and blacksmiths...

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