Roman Gods

The Pantheon encompasses the entire collection of Roman Gods. Many of the deities were inspired by both Greek and Latin gods and possessed blended traits and characteristics. The Dii Consentes were the twelve main deities, and there are also hundreds of lesser known minor gods that are purely of Roman creation. The ancient Romans had a deity to represent everything in their world. Each god and goddess had a unique set of powers and their own sphere of influence.

Saturn statue
Vulcan
Neptune and Amphitrite in the storm
God of Love

Cupid

Pluto

Pluto

Ops, a French painting

Ops

Bacchus

Bacchus

Vesta Marble head in British Museum

Vesta

The Goddess Ceres

Ceres

Statue of Sol Invictus

Sol Invictus

Sol Indiges

Sol (Roman)

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