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Greek Gods and Goddesses Names and Roles

Paeon the physician of the Olympian gods
Palaemon a young sea god who aided sailors in distress
Pallas was the Titan god of warcraft
Palioxis the spirit of backrush, flight and retreat from battle

Pan the god of shepherds, pastures, and fertility
Panacea the goddess of healing
Pandia the daughter of Selene and Zeus; goddess of the full moon
Pasithea goddess of rest and relaxation
Peitharchia the spirit of obedience
Peitho, one of the Graces, the spirit of persuasion and seduction
Peneus one of the Potamoi (a river god)
Penia the spirit of poverty and need
Penthus the spirit of grief, mourning and lamentation
Pepromene the personification of the destined share, similar to Heimarmene
Persephone queen of the underworld, wife of Hades and goddess of spring growth
Perses was the Titan god of destruction
Periboea (one of the Naides, a fresh water nymph)
Phaenon the god of Kronion, the planet Saturn
Phaethon the god of Dios, the planet Jupiter
Phantasos the spirit of dreams of fantasy
Pheme the spirit of rumour, report and gossip
Pherousa (goddess of welfare) "the bringer"
Philomelus the agricultural demi-god inventor of the wagon and the plough
Philophrosyne the spirit of friendliness, kindness and welcome
Philotes the spirit of friendship, affection and sexual intercourse
Phlegethon one of the Potamoi (a river god)
Phobetor the or Icelos the spirit of nightmares, who takes shape of animals
Phobos the spirit of panic fear, flight and battlefield rout
Phorcys the god of the hidden dangers of the deep
Phoebe, the Titan goddess of the Moon
Phrike the spirit of horror and trembling fear
Phthonus the spirit of envy and jealousy
Pistis the spirit of trust, honesty and good faith
Plutus the god of wealth, including agricultural wealth, son of Demeter
Poine the spirit of retribution, vengeance, recompense, punishment and penalty
Polemos the personification of war
Polyhymnia daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne, muse of sacred poetry
Polyxo (one of the Naides, a fresh water nymph)
Ponos the spirit of hard labour and toil
Pontus the primeval god of the sea, father of the fish and other sea creatures
Poros the spirit of expediency, the means of accomplishing or providing, contrivance and device
Poseidon the god of the sea, rivers, and earthquakes.
Pothos the god of sexual longing, yearning and desire
Praxidike the spirit of exacting justice
Priapus the god of garden fertility
Proioxis the spirit of onrush and battlefield pursuit
Prometheus was the Titan god of forethought
Prophasis the spirit of excuses and pleas
Proteus a shape-shifting, prophetic old sea god
Psamathe the goddess of sand beaches
Psyche the goddess of the soul
Pthinoporon goddess of autumn
Ptocheia the spirit of beggary
Pyroeis the god of Areios, the planet Mars

Roman Gods and Goddesses Names and Roles

Palatua, goddess who guarded the Palatine Hill.
Pales, god of shepherds, flocks and livestock.
Parcae, the three fates.
Pax, goddess of peace
Penates or Di Penates, household gods.
Picumnus, god of fertility, agriculture, matrimony, infants and children.
Picus, god of agriculture
Pietas, goddess of piety
Pilumnus, guardian god, concerned with the protection of infants at birth.
Pluto, god of the Underworld identified with Dis pater or Orcus.
Poena, goddess of punishment
Pomona, goddess of fruit trees, gardens and orchards
Pontus, Primordial God of the sea
Porrima, goddess of the future
Porus, God of plenty
Portunes, god of ports and harbors
Postverta or Prorsa Postverta, goddess of childbirth and the past
Priapus, God of gardens
Proserpina, Queen of the Dead and a grain-goddess
Providentia, goddess of forethought.
Pudicitia, goddess of chastity
Puta, Goddess of the pruning of vines and trees
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