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Roman mythology is a mixture of general Greek and local myths about Rome and Roman gods and other Italian gods which are independent of Greek beliefs and tales. Gods and some heroes in Roman mythology often appear in Greek mythology with different names, sometimes a name of a Roman/Italian deity that largely corresponded to a particular Greek deity, sometimes with a variation of the Greek name as adapted into Latin.
This category has the following 11 subcategories, out of 11 total.
- ► Kings in Roman mythology (2 C, 3 P)
- ► Roman underworld (1 C, 7 P)
- ► Vestal Virgins (11 P)
- ► Ancient Roman mythology stubs (128 P)
Pages in category "Roman mythology"
The following 186 pages are in this category, out of 186 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
- Aborigines (mythology)
- Acca Larentia
- Aeneas Silvius
- Africa (goddess)
- Ages of Man
- Aius Locutius
- Alastor, or The Spirit of Solitude
- Alba Silvius
- Arruns Tarquinius (son of Tarquin the Proud)
- Arruns Tarquinius (brother of Tarquin the Proud)
- Arruns Tarquinius (Egerius)
- Arruns Tarquinius (son of Demaratus)
- Atys (King of Alba Longa)
- Aurora (mythology)
- Aventinus of Alba Longa