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Roman Gods and Goddesses
➤ Ceres. The Goddess of the harvest. She is described in the same way as the Greek Goddess Demeter.
➤ Diana. The Goddess of fertility. A beautiful maiden huntress, she is associated with the Moon and the woods. She often has dogs or a stag with her. Diana is often used in craft rituals.
➤ Fortuna. The Goddess of fortune and fate. She is mature and carries a cornucopia,a rudder from a ship, a sphere, and a wheel.
➤ Janus. The God of beginnings and doorways. He is a bearded man with two faces, one looks into the past, the other into the future. He can see the inside and the outside of all things at the same time.
➤ Juno. The Goddess of women and the Moon. She is married to Jupiter and is queen of the Gods. In one of her aspects, she is the Goddess of childbirth. A beautiful woman, she has dark hair and wears a robe. The cow, the peacock,and the goose are sacred to her.
➤ Jupiter. The God of the sky and the king of the Gods. He is described in the same way as the Greek God Zeus.
➤ Luna. Goddess of the Moon. She appears as the Maiden, the Mother, and the Crone.
➤ Mars. The God of war and agriculture. Dressed in armor and carrying a shield,Mars is a large man. His companion animals include a wolf, a woodpecker, and a vulture.
➤ Mercury. The God of communication, thought, and travel. He is described in the same way as the Greek God Hermes.
➤ Neptune. The God of water and the seas. He is described in the same way as the Greek God Poseidon.
➤ Pluto. The God of the underworld and of wealth. He is also king of the dead. He is described in the same way as the Greek God Hades.
➤ Venus. The Goddess of sexuality, love, and beauty. She is described in the same way as the Greek Goddess Aphrodite.
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