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Roman Gods Names 'A'

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Dictionary of Roman Gods Names starting with 'A'

This section of the Dictionary of Roman Gods Names provides Roman gods and goddesses names that feature in Roman myths and legends. Roman gods and goddesses names  with short definitions of their roles in the Dictionary of Roman gods and goddesses.

Abeona, Goddess and Protector of children leaving the home
Abundantia, the goddess of abundance and prosperity.
Acis, god of the Acis River in Sicily
Adeona, Goddess who guides children back home
Aerecura, goddess associated with the underworld and identified with Proserpina
Aescolanus, god of copper money
Aequitas, divinity of fairness.
Aesculapius, the Roman god of health and medicine.
Aeternitas, the goddess and personification of eternity
Afferenda, goddess whose purpose was the offering of dowries
Africus, God of the Southwest wind
Agenoria is a Roman goddess of activity
Aither, Primordial Goddess of the daytime
Aion (Latin spelling Aeon), god of unbounded time
Alemonia, Goddess who feeds unborn children
Alernus god of the sacred grove (lucus)
Amor, Primordial God of procreation
Angerona, goddess who relieved people from pain and sorrow.
Angitia, goddess of snakes and witchcraft
Anna Perenna, goddess of the "circle of the year"
Annona, the divinity of the grain supply to the city of Rome.
Antevorta, goddess of the future
Apollo, god of poetry, music, and oracles
Aquilo, God of the North Wind
Arculus, god of chests and strongboxes
Arimanius, an obscure Mithraic god
Argentinus, god of silver money
Ascensus, god of hillsides
Aurora, goddess of the dawn
Auster, God of the South Wind
Averruncus, a god to avert calamity.

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