What are the 12 Roman gods?

What are the 12 Roman gods?

The 12 Roman Gods were: Jupiter, Juno, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Venus, Apollo, Diana, Minerva, Ceres, Vulcan, and Vesta. Jupiter held thunderbolts in his hands, which he could throw from the sky.

Which is older Greek or Roman mythology?

Greek mythology predates Roman mythology over 1,000 years. For example, Homer's The Iliad was written 700 years before Roman civilization came into formation.

Did Romans have myths and legends?

Many Romans believed they were constantly watched over by the spirits of their ancestors. While many people only think of the Greeks when the topic of mythology is considered, the Romans had a rich and vibrant mythology of their own.

Did Romans worship the God of poop?

Ancient cultures The inhabitants of ancient Rome had a sewer goddess, a toilet god and a god of excrement. The sewer goddess Cloacina (named from the Latin word cloaca or sewer) was borrowed from Etruscan mythology and became seen as the protectoress of the Cloaca Maxima, Rome's sewage system.

How did Romans copy Greek statues?

Marble statue of Eirene (the personification of peace) To meet this demand, Greek and Roman artists created marble and bronze copies of the famous Greek statues. ... Artists used hollow plaster casts to produce bronze replicas. Solid plaster casts with numerous points of measurement were used for marble copies.

When did Egypt become part of the Roman Empire?

30 BC

How long did it take Romans to sail to Egypt?

about 6 to 8 days

Did Egypt fight Rome?

The Battle of the Nile in 47 BC saw the combined RomanEgyptian armies of Julius Caesar and Cleopatra VII defeat those of the rival Queen Arsinoe IV and King Ptolemy XIII and secure the throne of Egypt.

Who are Cleopatra's parents?

Ptolemy XII Auletes

Who is Cleopatra's mother?

Cleopatra V