The Romans believed in many different gods and goddesses. Their collection of gods was called the Pantheon. Latin stories were myths and legends about these figures. The Roman gods were a mix of Latin and Greek. Some important gods and goddesses included Jupiter, Juno, Mars, Venus, Minerva, Neptune, Ceres, Vulcan, Diana, Bacchus, Mercury, and Vesta. Children read stories about hundreds of gods and goddesses.
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