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Similarities between Roman, Greek, and Etruscan mythologies

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Roman mythology was strongly influenced by Greek mythology and Etruscan mythology. The following is a list of most credited cult equivalences between the respective systems.

Deific Equivalency
Greek Roman Etruscan
Adonis   Atunis
Amphitrite Salacia  
Ananke Necessitas  
Aphrodite Venus Turan
Apollo Apollo Aplu
Ares Mars Maris
Artemis Diana Artume
Asclepius Veiovis  
Asclepius Aesculapius  
Athena Minerva Menrva
Atropos Morta  
Boreas Aquila  
Charites Gratiae  
Charon Charon Charun
Chloris Flora  
Clotho Nona  
Coelus Uranus  
Cronus Saturn  
Cybele Magna Mater  
Demeter Ceres  
Dionysus Liber  
Dionysus Bacchus Fufluns
Enyo Bellona  
Eos Aurora Thesan
Eos Matuta  
Erinyes Dirae  
Erinyes Furies  
Eris Discordia  
Eros Cupid  
Eros Amor  
Eurus Vulturnus  
Gaia Tellus  
Gaia Terra  
Galinthias Galinthis  
Hades Dis Pater  
Hades Pluto Aita
Hades Orcus  
Hebe Juventas  
Hecate Trivia  
Helios Sol  
Hephaestus Vulcan Sethlans
Hera Juno Uni
Heracles Hercules Hercle
Hermes Mercury Turms
Hesperos Vesper  
Hestia Vesta  
Hygieia Salus  
Hypnos Somnus  
Irene Pax  
Lachesis Decima  
Leta Latona  
Moirae Parcae  
Muses Camenae  
Janus Ani
Vertumnus Voltumna
Nike Victoria  
Notus Auster  
Nyx Nox  
Odysseus Ulysses  
Palaemon Portunes  
Pan Faunus  
Persephone Proserpina  
Pheme Fama  
Phosporus Lucifer  
Poseidon Neptune Nethuns
Priapus Mutinus Mutunus  
Rhea Magna Mater  
Satyr Faun  
Selene Luna  
Semele Stimula  
Silenus Silvanus  
Thanatos Mors  
Themis Justitia  
Tyche Fortuna  
Zephyrus Favonius  
Zeus Jupiter, Jove Tinia

See also: classical mythology