Roman Mythology
Greek vs. Roman Gods – What are the Differences?

The Greek and Roman mythologies were among the most influential of ancient times. The Roman mythology borrowed most of Greek mythology wholesale, which is ...

Flora – Roman Goddess of Flowers

In the Roman Empire, several deities had associations with nature, animals, and plants. Flora was the Roman goddess of flowers and the season of Spring and ...

Diana – Roman Goddess of the Hunt

Diana was the Roman goddess of the hunt, as well as of the woods, childbirth, children, fertility, chastity, slaves, the moon, and wild animals. She was ...

Luna – Roman Goddess of the Moon

In almost every culture, moon deities exist signifying the importance placed on the moon by the people of those cultures. In Greek mythology, Selene was the ...

Salacia – Roman Goddess of the Sea

In Roman mythology, Salacia was a minor yet influential goddess. She was the primordial female goddess of the sea and had associations with other deities. ...

Vesta – Roman Goddess of the Home, Hearth and Family

In Roman mythology, Vesta (Greek equivalent Hestia) was known as one of the twelve most honored deities. She was the virgin goddess of the hearth, home and ...

Abundantia – Roman Goddess of Abundance

In Roman religion, Abundantia was the personification of prosperity and abundance. She was a beautiful goddess who was known for bringing grain and money in ...

Fortuna – Roman Goddess of Fate and Luck

In Roman mythology, Fortuna was the goddess of fate, fortune and luck. She was sometimes perceived as the personification of luck and a figure who dealt out ...

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