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Greek & Roman Mythology starting with 'F'

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Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'F'
Short definitions in the Greek and Roman Mythology Dictionary and glossary of terms starting with the letter 'F'.

Fates: Three sisters; also known as Moerae or Parcae


Fauna: Wife of Faunus; a rural divinity of the Romans

Faunus: Rural divinity of the Romans; husband of Fauna

Flora: Goddess of flowers,
 - wife of Zephyrus,

Floralia: Festivals in May in honor of Flora

Forethought: Name given to Prometheus

Fortuna: Goddess of fortune; an attendant of Jupiter
Goddess of plenty

Forum: Chief place in Rome where public matters were discussed

Furies: The Eumenides, or avenging deities
 - Oedipus punished by
 - Orestes pursued by
 -  Gaea.

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