Religious syncretism described the attempted blending of two or more different (usually polytheistic) religions, by trying to explain that they are the same religion just experienced differently.

Greeks and Romans were the most famous with religious syncretism, comparing their deities to those of the Germanic tribes, Egyptians and Celts.

Greek and Roman syncretism[]

Greek and Egyptian sycretism[]

Greek and Phoenician syncretism[]

Roman and Germanic syncretism[]

Roman and Slavic syncretism[]