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Hellenic and Roman pagans/polytheists honor the gods that were revered during the ancient Greco-Roman period (circa 700 BCE-500 CE). Using the ''Interpretatio Graeca/Romana'' many of these gods were and are often considered fundamentally the same, though they may manifest somewhat differently across different cultures. For example:
Hellenic and Roman pagans are dedicated to the Olympian gods and goddesses.
 
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*Aphrodite = Venus
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*Apollo (goes by the same name in both pantheons)
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*Ares = Mars
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*Artemis = Diana
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*Athena = Minerva
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*Demeter = Ceres
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*Dionysius = Bacchus
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*Hephaestus = Vulcan
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*Hera = Juno
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*Hermes = Mercury
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*Hestia = Vesta
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*Poseidon = Neptune
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*Zeus = Jupiter
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Latest revision as of 09:50, 15 April 2021

Hellenic and Roman pagans/polytheists honor the gods that were revered during the ancient Greco-Roman period (circa 700 BCE-500 CE). Using the Interpretatio Graeca/Romana many of these gods were and are often considered fundamentally the same, though they may manifest somewhat differently across different cultures. For example:

  • Aphrodite = Venus
  • Apollo (goes by the same name in both pantheons)
  • Ares = Mars
  • Artemis = Diana
  • Athena = Minerva
  • Demeter = Ceres
  • Dionysius = Bacchus
  • Hephaestus = Vulcan
  • Hera = Juno
  • Hermes = Mercury
  • Hestia = Vesta
  • Poseidon = Neptune
  • Zeus = Jupiter

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