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Roman Gods and Goddesses Q-Z

Quirinus
God of war.
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Quiritis
Sabine goddess of motherhood.
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Rederator
God of the second ploughing.
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Rhea Silvia
A Vestal Virgin until she was deflowered by the god Mars. She bore him the twins Romulus and Remus.
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Robigo
Goddess of grain, especially corn.
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Robigus
God who protected the corn against diseases.
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Roma
Goddess and personification of the city of Rome.
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Romulus & Remus
The brothers who founded the city of Rome.
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Rumia Dea
Protector of infants.
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Rumina
One of the three goddesses who protected sleeping infants. The other two are her sisters Cuba and Cunina.
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Runcina
Goddess of agriculture who presides over weeding. Goddess of reaping.
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Rusina
Goddess of fields and open country.
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Salus
Goddess of health and prosperity.
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Sancus
Semo Sancus Dius Fidus. God who presides over oaths and good faith.
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Sapientia
Goddess of wisdom. (From whence comes the term "Homo Sapiens".)
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Saritor
God of weeding and hoeing.
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Scabies
Goddess invoked to cure skin diseases.
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Secia
Goddess of stored seeds.
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Securitas
Goddess and personification of security.
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Segetia
Goddess of planted seeds. She controls sprouting and is part of a threesome; the other two being Seia and Tutilina.
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Semones
Gods not numbered among the twelve. Faunus, the Satyrs, Priapus, Vertumnus, Pan, Janus, Silenus
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Semonia
Goddess of sowing.
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Sentia
Goddess who brought about a young child's first awareness and who heightens feelings.
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Sors
God of luck.
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Spes
Goddess of hope.
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Spiniensis
God who was called upon when people removed thorns from the fields.
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Stata Mater
Goddess who guards against fires.
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Statanus
God who, together with his wife Statina, watched over the first time a child went away and returned.
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Suadela
Goddess of persuasion.
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Subruncinator
God of weeding.
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Summanus
God of nightly thunder.
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Tanit
(Carthage)Goddess of the moon. Her symbol was the crescent moon or the full moon.
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Tellumo
God who symbolizes the growth of nature.
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Tempestes
Goddesses of storms (tempests).
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Terminus
God protecting the boundaries between the fields.
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Terra
Earth. Fertility Goddess. Goddess of the earth.
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Terra Mater
Mother Earth. Goddess of fertility and growth.
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Tesana(Aurora)
Goddess of the dawn.
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Thalna
Goddess of beauty.
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Thermia
Goddess who presides over healing springs.
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Tiberinus
The Roman god of the river Tiber.
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Tibertus
God of the river Anio.
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Tuchulcha
Etruscan death demon. She is part human, part bird, and part animal, with snakes in her hair and around her arms.
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Turan
Etruscan goddess of sexual love.
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Tursa
Goddess of terror.
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Uni
Etruscan protector of cities and the women therein.
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Unxia
Protector of the newly married.
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Vacuna
A war goddess that evolved from the Sabine goddess of victory.
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Vanth
Etruscan goddess of death. She is depicted with wings, a cap on her head, and a key to open tombs in her hand.
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Venilia
Goddess of the wind and the sea.
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Vergiliae, The
Goddesses representing the constellation Pleiades.
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Veritas
Goddess of truth and justice.
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Verminus
God of the worms in cattle.
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Verticordia
Goddess of love and sexuality.
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Vertumnus
Vertimnus. Changer. Patron of gardens and fruit trees. God of seasons, Earth fertility, fruit trees, fertility, changes and ripening of plant life. He was the husband of Pomona.
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Vervactor
God of the first ploughing. See also Imporcitor and Redarator.
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Vica Pota
Ancient Goddess of victory.
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Viduus
God who separates soul from the dead body.
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Virginia
Goddess of politics.
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Virgo (Virginensis)
Goddess presiding over virginity.
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Virilis
Goddess invoked by women praying to continue to be exciting to their husbands.
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Viriplaca
Goddess to whom spouses made offering when they had domestic problems.
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Virtus
God of courage and military prowess. Personification of bravery in war.
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Vitumnus
God who gave life to the child in the mother's womb.
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Volturnus
River God.
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Volumna
Goddess of the nursery.
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Voluptas
Goddess of sensual pleasure.
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Zana
Pre-Roman goddess of the Balkans adopted by the Romans and revered for her beauty and courage.
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Zirna
The Etruscan moon goddess was the companion of the love goddess Turan; she was represented with a half-moon hanging from her neck.
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