Roman Mythological Characters
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The god of begginings, transitions, gates, doors, doorways, passages, and endings.
The King of the gods, and god of the sky, daily lightning, and thunder.
The god of capitol, wealth, agriculture, liberation, and time.
The god of divine nature.
The god of financial gain, commerce, eloquence, messages, communication, travelers, boundaries, luck, trickery and thieves.
The god of music, poetry, art, oracles, archery, plague, medicine, sun, light and knowledge.
The god of soldiers, farmers, war, destruction and masculinity.
The god of fire, volcanoes, metalworking, and the forge.
The god of freshwater, earthquakes, hurricanes, horses and the sea.
The god of the sun.
The god of the underworld.
The god of viticulture, wine, male fertility, and freedom.
The goddess of the earth.
The goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility, and motherly relationships.
The queen of the gods, and goddess of marriage and childbirth.
The goddess of the moon.
The goddess of the hunt, the moon, birthing, forests, and wild animals.
The goddess of wisdom, arts, crafts, medicine, commerce, defense and magic, virginity.
The goddess of love, beauty, sex, fertility, prosperity, and desire.
The goddess of the hearth, home, and family.
The goddess of wildlife, fertility, health and abundance.
The goddesses of derivination.
The god of shepherds, flocks, and livestock.
The goddess of safety, well-being, welfare, health and prosperity.
The goddess of fortune and luck.
The god of wells and springs.
The goddess of trust.
The goddess of the earth and fertility.
The goddess of flowers, spring, and nature.
The god of flying arrows.
The god of nightly thunder.
The goddess of beauty and loquacity
The god of boundaries.
The god of spears.
The god of seasons, shapeshifting, plant growth, gardens, and fruit trees.
The gods of protection.
The goddess of childbirth.
The god of the protection of grain fields.
The goddess of freshwater.
The god of good events.
The god of forest, plains, and fields.
Dryads were tree spirits.
The god of bee-keeping.
The god of nature, the wild, shepherds, flocks, goats, mountain wilds, and sexuality.
The goddess of the harvest.
The god of woods and fields.
"He who ploughs"
"He who prepares the earth"
"He who ploughs with a wide furrow"
"He who plants seeds"
"He who traces the first plowing"
"He who harrows"
"He who digs"
"He who weeds"
"He who reaps"
"He who carries the grain"
"He who stores the grain"
"He who distributes the grain"
The goddess of the field.
The god of sacrifice.
The god of sewing.
The goddess of the protection of the planted seed.
The goddess who promotes the growth of the seeding.
The goddess who makes grain grow evenly.
The god who nurtures the grain.
The goddess who induces envelopes.
The god who makes the knot.
The goddess who opens the grain.
The goddess of weeding and mowing.
The goddess of reaping.
The god of threshing.
The goddess who watches over the stored grain.
The goddess who manures the fields.
The divine personification of abundance and prosperity.
The god of the Acis River in Sicily.
The goddess of Celtic origin and the underworld.
The divine personification of fairness.
The god of health and medicine.
The goddess and personification of eternity.
The hellenistic god of cyclical or unbounded time.
The god whose sacred grove, lucus, was near the Tiber river.
The goddess who relieved people from pain and sorrow.
The goddess of snakes.
The early goddess of the circle of the year.
The divine personification of the grain supply to the city of Rome.
The goddess of the future.
The goddess of the dawn
The god propitiated to avert calamity.
The god of wine, sexual pleasures, and truth.
The war goddess.
The goddess of fertility, healing, and chastity.
The goddess of cattle.
The goddess of fire.
The god of the sky before Jupiter.
The goddess of fresh water, prophecy, and childbirth
The goddess of the hinge
The goddess of childbirth and prophecy
The two goddesses of childbirth
The goddess who preserved the health of the heart and other internal organs.
The goddess of forgiveness and mercy.
The goddess who presided over the system of sewers in Rome.
The goddess of agreement, understanding, and marital harmony.
The personification of care and concern.
The goddess of growth.
The goddess of the underworld, and later, the earth.
The goddess of the brooms used to purify the temples used for worship.
The god of oaths.
The personification of discipline.
The god of wealth and the underworld.
The goddess of horses and horsemanship.
The goddess of fame and rumor.
The goddess of prophecy
The goddess with the power to cause or prevent fevers and malaria.
The personification of fertility.
The personification of good luck and success.
The personification of loyalty.
The god of wine, natural growth, and health.
The personification of lightning.
The god of strength, whose worship was derived from the Greek hero Heracles but took on a distinctly Roman character.
The divine personification of honor.
The primordial goddess of childbirth
The god of fertility, sexual intercourse, and the protector of livestock.
The goddess of envy and wrongdoing.
The goddess of justice.
The goddess of fountains, wells, and springs.
The goddess of youth.
The goddess of the rite through which fathers accepted newborn babies as their own.
The goddess or personification of generosity.
The goddess or personification of freedom.
The goddess of death, corpses and funerals.
The goddess to whom soldiers sacrificed captured weapons.
The god of the morning star.
The god of shepherds and wolves.
The goddess of infant mortality.
The god of the dead and ruler of the underworld. (However, this is only in Etruscan worships)
The goddess of dawn and childbirth.
The goddess of healing.
The goddess and personification of poisonous gases and volcanic vapors.
The goddess of bees and beekeeping.
The goddess of grinding the grain.
The primordial goddess of memory.
The personification of death.
The primordial goddess of death.
The goddess of sloth and laziness.
The goddess of funerary lament.
The personification of the act of birth.
The goddess of destiny.
The ancient war goddess and the personification of valor.
The goddess of night.
The goddess of peace.
The primordial god of fertility, agriculture, matrimony, infants, and children.
The goddess of duty.
The goddess of punishment.
The goddess of fruit trees, gardens and orchards.
The primordial goddess of the future.
The primordial god of keys, doors, and livestock.
The goddess of childbirth and the past.
The queen of the dead and a grain-goddess.
The goddess of forethought.
The goddess and personification of chastity.
The goddess of motherhood.
The god or goddess (the goddess would be called Robigus) who personified grain disease and protected crops.
The goddess who protected breastfeeding mothers.
The goddess of seawater.
The goddess of the public welfare of the Roman people
The god of loyalty, honesty, and oaths.
The goddess of security.
The ancient sun god.
The god of sleep.
The god of luck.
The goddess of hope.
The goddess who protected against fires.
The goddess of persuasion.
The goddess of storms or sudden weather.
The goddess of peace and tranquility.
The goddess of crossroads and magic.
The primordial goddess of agriculture, the fruitfulness of soil and plants, and abundance.
The primordial goddess of marriage.
The goddess of rest after harvest who protected the farmers sheep
The god of cattle worms.
The goddess of victory and competitions.
The goddess of victory.
The god or goddess of military strength, personification of Roman virtue.
The primordial god of water
The goddess of pleasure.
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