Vulcan originally was an Italian fire-god, particularly associated with destructive fire. He was worshipped primarily to obtain his protection in averting fires, so there were numerous shrines dedicated to him … Read more


Saturn was an ancient god of agriculture, or vegetation god, and was associated with the sowing of the seed and with plenty. Some say he was an Italian corn god. … Read more

Roman Numerals

How much do you know about Roman numerals? In this article you can learn how to read Roman numbers, and how to write all Roman numerals from 1 to 100 so … Read more


Mors in roman mythology was the Roman god of death who replaced the Greek god Thanatos, and according to legend was one of the twin sons of Nyx. He resided … Read more


Mellonia also known as Mellona in roman mythology was the ancient Roman goddess of the bees and honey according to St Augustine. She was in charge of the protection of … Read more


Jupiter, or Jove, was the supreme or high, god of the Roman pantheon, and recognized as father of the gods was closely identified with Zeus. His probable origin was an Etruscan … Read more