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Roman to Greek God

Guess the Greek equivalents of these Roman gods.
Last updated: September 13, 2018
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Roman
Greek
Jupiter
Zeus
Mercury
Hermes
Pluto
Hades
Faunus
Pan
Sol
Helios
Venus
Aphrodite
Roman
Greek
Mars
Ares
Saturn
Cronus
Neptune
Poseidon
Minerva
Athena
Bacchus
Dionysus
Cupid
Eros
Roman
Greek
Diana
Artemis
Juno
Hera
Juventas
Hebe
Terra
Gaia
Vesta
Hestia
Vulcan
Hephaestus
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level 20
May 26, 2013
Kronos (another way of saying Cronus) should also be accepted for Saturn.
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level 40
May 29, 2013
I've never seen it spelled that way.
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level 12
Oct 10, 2017
i've seen both
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level 38
Jan 27, 2018
Ancient Greek doesn't use "C." That is why you often see things like Herakles, Kronus, Psyke, Kaos,
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level ∞
May 29, 2013
That will work now
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level 45
Mar 27, 2018
It's spelled Kronos in the game Age of Mythology.
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level 58
Aug 3, 2018
^ Well then.
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level 56
Feb 12, 2015
Cronos as well!
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level 69
Dec 27, 2015
Kronus makes sense as the Greek alphabet doesn't have an equivalent letter for "c" but uses kappa (k) for all hard c sounds.
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level 8
Dec 13, 2016
there is never a "u" in cronos
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level 28
Jan 8, 2017
Another thing is that Cronus/Kronos is a titan, not a god.
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level 4
Oct 18, 2017
it is
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level 47
Nov 9, 2018
Saturn also possessed some of the aspects of Chronos - perhaps in error due to the similarity in names, however he did represent the passing of time in roman myth and so Chronos should also be accepted as a type in.
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level 64
May 26, 2013
I think Pluton or Plouton should be accepted as a Greek variant of Pluto.
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level 16
Jul 17, 2013
They are just other names for the Roman
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level 7
Dec 25, 2015
Same here too.
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level 25
May 26, 2013
got all of them thanks to the help of the Percy Jackson books :)
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level 40
May 29, 2013
same
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level 16
Jul 17, 2013
same :P
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level 22
Oct 18, 2013
same here :D
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level 41
Nov 2, 2018
Same
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level 35
May 31, 2013
Percy Jackson/Heroes of Olympus was helpful
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level 60
Jan 6, 2014
great quiz!
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level 56
Jan 9, 2015
Isn't 'Apollo' the god of the sun and 'Helios' the Greek word for sun? Either way, I think 'Apollo' should still work for 'Sol'...unless I totally have Apollo mixed up with someone else. Any help?
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level 65
Nov 2, 2018
As with most things mythological, it's complicated. They were originally two separate and distinct gods (though technically, Helios was a Titan), but they got conflated sometime around 300 BCE-ish. Similarly, Apollo's sister Artemis was not originally a goddess of the moon, but she got conflated with Helios' sister Selene (Luna, to the Romans.)
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level 17
Nov 15, 2015
helios is the greek god of the sun
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level 7
Dec 25, 2015
agreed.
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level 7
Dec 25, 2015
Kronos is a titan. Not a god
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level 13
Dec 28, 2015
THAT WAS SO COOL! Sometimes I just typed greek gods even if I didnt know their roman names! LOL! NOTE! Percy Jackson was the main reason I got full marks first time
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level 57
Mar 9, 2016
This could be improved slightly by making answers fit only the highlighted box. But I like it nonetheless.
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level 49
Mar 24, 2016
I think 'Athene' should be accepted for Athena
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level 46
Nov 3, 2018
I agree, this is a more correct transliteration of the Greek name and not so uncommon. The same for Here and Haides.
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level 26
Apr 4, 2016
helios and kronos are titans not gods, should make it clear
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level 46
Nov 3, 2018
Titans are Gods, just not Olympians.
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level 47
Nov 9, 2018
So is Gaia - but as IPS said, they are still gods in the sense that they are immortal deities.
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level 51
Apr 14, 2016
You should make the quiz so that you have to know the pairs. What I mean is do the yellow box thing.
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level 39
Dec 11, 2016
Heil Zeus!
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level 41
Jan 8, 2017
Aced it with 💯 just because I've read Percy Jackson. And it's numerous little side books. And fan fiction.
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level 49
Mar 14, 2017
Pretty sure Gaia was a Titan... if not, she definitely was not a goddess, as she had relations with Ouranos to create the Titans.
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level 21
May 26, 2017
I agree.I was confused why titans were here,i was only guessing gods!
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level 46
Nov 3, 2018
"Titans" is just a word to refer to the Gods that ruled the world before the Olympians. So Titans are Gods, just not Olympians. Moreover, Gaia is not a Titan but a Primordial Goddess (before the Titans!)
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level 8
Jun 9, 2017
Rick jordan is an incredible author
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level 34
Mar 27, 2018
Rick RIORDAN
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level 57
Jul 1, 2017
I never knew that Cronus and Chronos are two different gods/titans. And I thought I knew quite a bit about greek mythology ... Learning something new every day :D.
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level 39
Apr 6, 2018
you forgot to add apollo
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level 74
Nov 2, 2018
As clue or answer?
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level 65
Nov 2, 2018
Yeah, that'd be tough, as the Roman version of Apollo was... Apollo.
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level 46
Nov 3, 2018
Well, I think most people would fail that since it's too obvious
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level 29
Apr 11, 2018
I spelled Gaia wrong.
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level 38
Jul 16, 2018
When trying to spell "Hephaestus"...
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level 38
Jul 16, 2018
ItsDaBunnyYT I believe there is a reason for restricting the addition of Apollo, because in Greek it is "Apollo" and in Roman it is still "Apollo." Like Nemesis and Janus (the goddess of Revenge and the God of doorways), Apollo's name does NOT change from the translation from Greek to Roman.
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level 39
Nov 5, 2018
Helios isn't a God. He was the titan of the Sun. Apollo is the sun god, and helios is the titan.
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level 45
Nov 6, 2018
Titans are Gods ! Not Olympian but Gods anyway...