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    Tables – Roman gods and godesses

    JupiterKing of the gods and the god of sky and thunder.
    JunoQueen of the gods and the goddess of marriage and childbirth.
    NeptuneGod of the sea, earthquakes, and horses.
    PlutoGod of the underworld and wealth.
    MarsGod of war.
    VenusGoddess of love, beauty, and fertility.
    ApolloGod of the sun, light, music, and prophecy.
    DianaGoddess of the hunt, the moon, and birthing.
    MinervaGoddess of wisdom, arts, and strategic warfare.
    CeresGoddess of agriculture, fertility, and motherly relationships.
    VulcanGod of fire, metalworking, and the forge.
    MercuryMessenger of the gods and god of trade, merchants, and travelers.
    VestaGoddess of the hearth, home, and family.
    BacchusGod of wine, freedom, intoxication and ecstasy.
    ProserpinaQueen of the underworld, wife of Pluto, and goddess of vegetation.
    QuirinusSabine god of war, often identified with Romulus, co-founder of Rome.
    BellonaGoddess of war, destruction, devastation, and battlefield tactics.
    JanusGod of beginnings, gates, transitions, time, duality, doorways, passages, and endings.
    SalaciaGoddess of seawater, wife of Neptune.
    VeritasGoddess of truth.