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............ Legend, Religion, Mythology
................ <Roman iconography>
.................... <Roman characters>
........................ Aeneas (Greco-Roman character) [N]
........................ Aesculapius (Greco-Roman deity) [N]
........................ Alecto (Greco-Roman character)
........................ Androclus (Roman character)
........................ Apollo (Greco-Roman deity) [N]
........................ Aquilon (Roman deity)
........................ Ares (Greek deity)
........................ Askanios (Greco-Roman character) [N]
........................ Asteria (Greco-Roman character) [N]
........................ Attis (Anatolian-Greco-Roman deity) [N]
........................ Aurora (Roman deity)
........................ Auster (Roman deity)
........................ Bacchus (Roman deity)
........................ Callisto (Greco-Roman character) [N]
........................ Cartalus (Roman character)
........................ Centaurs (Greco-Roman beings) [N]
........................ Ceres (Roman deity)
........................ Cimon (Roman character)
........................ Concordia (Roman deity)
........................ Cupid (Roman deity)
........................ Curiatii (Roman characters)
........................ Cybele (Anatolian-Greco-Roman deity) [N]
........................ Decima (Roman deity)
........................ Diana (Roman deity)
........................ Dioscuri (Greco-Roman deities) [N]
........................ Discordia (Roman deity)
........................ <Faunus (Ancient Italian deity)>
........................ Favonius (Roman deity)
........................ Flora (Roman deity)
........................ Fortuna (Roman deity)
........................ Furies (Roman characters)
........................ Heracles (Greco-Roman character) [N]
........................ Horatii (Roman characters)
........................ Juno (Roman deity)
........................ Jupiter (Roman deity)
........................ Jupiter-Serapis (Romano-Egyptian deity)
........................ Laoco├Ân (Greco-Roman character) [N]
........................ Lapiths (Greco-Roman people) [N]
........................ Larunda (Greco-Roman character) [N]
........................ Lucretia (Roman character)
........................ Mars (Roman diety)
........................ Mercury (Roman deity)
........................ Midas (Greco-Roman character) [N]
........................ Minerva (Roman deity)
........................ Morta (Roman deity)
........................ Muses (Greco-Roman deities) [N]
........................ Nemean Lion (Greco-Roman character) [N]
........................ Neptune (Roman deity)
........................ Nona (Roman deity)
........................ Parcae (Roman characters)
........................ Pax (Roman deity)
........................ Pero (Roman character)
........................ Pomona (Roman deity)
........................ Proserpina (Roman deity)
........................ Remus (Roman character)
........................ Roman Planetary Gods (Roman deities)
........................ Romulus, King of Rome (Roman character)
........................ Saturn (Roman deity)
........................ <temp parent/Antonio>
........................ <temp parent/Charisma 2017>
........................ temp parent/Jon
........................ <temp parent/Robin>
........................ <temp.parent/Literary works>
........................ Venti (Roman deities)
........................ Venus (Roman deity)
........................ Vertumnus (Roman deity)
........................ Vulcan (Roman deity)
........................ Vulturnus (Roman deity)


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