Roman and Greek Gods Names starting with 'L' - Roman Gods Family Tree
The Dictionary of Roman and Greek Gods Names starting with 'L' provides short definitions of the gods and goddesses that feature in myths and legends. The following Roman Gods Family Tree provides a fast reference and instant overview of the genealogy of the principle Roman gods and goddesses detailing family connections, genealogy and relationships between the main gods and goddesses who feature in the legends and mythology of the Romans.
Roman Gods and Goddesses Names and Roles
Lares, household gods
Lacturnus god of growing, harvesting, and storing crops
Latona goddess of motherhood and modesty
Laverna, goddess of thieves and charlatans.
Levana, goddess of the rite through which fathers accepted newborn babies as their own.
Letum, personification of death
Liber, a god of male fertility, wine and freedom,
Libera, Liber's female equivalent, fertility Goddess
Liberalitas, goddess or personification of generosity.
Libertas, goddess or personification of freedom.
Libitina, goddess of death, corpses and funerals
Lima, a goddess of the threshold
Limentinus, god of limes
Lua, goddess to whom soldiers sacrificed captured weapons
Lucina, goddess of childbirth
Luna, goddess of the moon.
Lupercus, god of shepherds, sometimes identified with the Greek god Pan.
Lympha, often plural lymphae, a water deity
Roman Gods and Goddesses Names and Functions
Dictionary of Roman and Greek Gods Names starting with 'L'