Are Greek gods and Rome gods the same?
Yes, Greek gods are reinterpreted in Roman religion.
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Kind of. For every Greek god there is a Roman god but not the other way around there is no Greek god for Janus. Examples: Zues-Jupita, Ares-Mars Hera-Juno, Hestia-Vesta, Heaph…estus-Vulcan. Even Greek titans have Roman counter parts examples: Uranus-Ouranus, Kronos-Saturn. Now the Roman counter parts of the Greek gods are not exactly the same example: Ahrodite-Venus Aphrodite is the Greek goddes of bueaty and love, Venus is the Roman goddes of bueaty and sexaul love.
Not at all.
Yes. After Rome conquered Greece, the Romans took the Greek gods and renamed them. well in a way yes but the Romans called them different names
kinda sorta. the names of the gods were different, but they basically covered the same things. the different cultures adopted different gods from different cultures. maybe you… social studies teacher will be able to answer this more satisfactorily.
Because the Romans took the Greek gods but actually, the Romans had quite a few more gods than the Greeks. At first, the Romans found similarities between the major gods and t…he number of gods was about the same. However as the Roman empire expanded, they assimilated other cultures' gods into their pantheon and the number mushroomed.
Eros is the Greek name for Cupid.
Cronus or Kronos not Cronos was the Greek Titan not God of Harvest, and Time, he was also the King of the Titans.The correct term for Cronus's Roman Counterpart is Saturn.
they are not the same. I guess the only thing that they have in common is the fact that they are both gods.
Yes, the Greek gods are basically the same as the Roman Gods. Their names are often in interchangeable in books such as the Iliad and the Odyssey.
They are a different belief system, so differing powers, the Antoninus Liberalis said that when the Greek gods fled for Egypt, Apollon became a hawk [Horus], Hermes an ibis [T…hoth], Ares became a fish, the lepidotus [Lepidotus or Onuris], Artemis a cat [Neith or Bastet], Dionysos took the shape of a goat [Osiris or Arsaphes], Herakles a fawn, Hephaistos an ox [Ptah], and Leto a shrew mouse [Wadjet].
In Artemis (Diana)
There is no Artems in Greek myth, it is likely Artemis - the Greek goddess - with a spelling mistake.
They aren't exactly the same, but neither are they completely different. There are similarities with certain Greek/Roman god and Jesus. However, those similarities and differe…nce would take forever to explain.
In Greek and Roman Mythologies
The Romans adopted Greek culture, so Rome pretty much had the same gods and goddesses but with slightly different qualities and different names. A few examples: Zeus - Julp…iter or Jove Hera - Juno Apollo - Apollo Artemis - Diana Athena - Minerva Ares - Mars Apthrodite - Venus Hephaestus - Vulcan Dionysus - Bacchus Hermes - Mercury Hades - Pluto, Orcas or Dis Pater Hestia - Vesta Demeter - Ceres Poseidon - Neptune
In New Testament
No god created both. But Jesus was his son.
Jupiter Neptune Pluto Mars Vulcan Apollo Bacchus Minerva Diana Juno Ceres Venus