The Greeks and Romans shared the same stories, but used different names. Lord of the sky and supreme ruler of the gods. Carried a three-pronged spear known as a trident. Ruler of the underworld and the dead. Had a helmet which rendered its wearer invisible. A virgin goddess and sister of Zeus. No distinct personality or part in myths.
Goddess of the Hearth, the symbol of the home. Protector of marriage, spent most of her time punishing the many women Zeus fell in love with. God of war and son of Zeus and Hera. She sprang from his head full-grown and in full armor. The protector of civilized life, handicrafts, and agriculture. Invented the bridle, and first to tame the horse. Master musician, archer god, healer, god of light, god of truth, sun god. A busy god who likes the laurel tree, dolphins, and crows.
Likes the myrtle tree, doves, sparrows, and swans. Wore wings on his sandals and his hat, thus was graceful and swift. Apollo’s twin sister and daughter of Zeus. Lady of wild things and huntsman to the gods. As Apollo is the Sun, Artemis is the moon. Son of Hera, God of Fire. The only ugly and deformed god. Makes armor and weapons forged under volcanoes. Girl Model strips away the façade of the modeling industry by following two people whose lives intersect because of it.
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