Roman Myths

Roman Myths

Roman Myths, a blend of borrowed and original tales, served to explain the world and Rome’s rise to power. Heavily influenced by Greek myths, it featured Romanized versions of gods like Jupiter (Zeus) and Venus (Aphrodite) who influenced everything from love and war to agriculture and wisdom. This page contains sixteen black and white images of several of the gods and characters found in Roman Myths, such as Neptune, Juno, Bacchus, and others. If you are finding these illustrations interesting, you can find more in the galleries with more Roman Gods and Goddesses and Ancient Roman Gods. Have fun!



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