Roman and Greek Gods Names starting with 'S' - Roman Gods Family Tree
The Dictionary of Roman and Greek Gods Names starting with 'S' 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
Salacia, goddess of seawater, wife of Neptune.
Salus, goddess of the public welfare of the Roman people
Sancus, god of loyalty, honesty, and oaths
Saritor, God of weeding and hoeing
Saturn, a titan, god of harvest and agriculture
Scotus, Primordial God of darkness
Securitas, goddess of security, especially the security of the Roman empire
Semonia, Goddess of sowing
Silvanus, god of woodlands and forests
Sol was the solar deity in Ancient Roman religion.
Sol Invictus, sun god.
Somnus, god of sleep
Soranus, a Roman god of the Underworld
Sors, god of luck.
Spes, goddess of hope.
Stata Mater, goddess who protected against fires
Sterquilinus god of fertilizer. Also known as Stercutus, Sterculius, Straculius, Struculius
Stimula, Goddess who incites passion in women
Suadela, goddess of persuasion
Subrincinator, God of weeding
Summanus, god of nocturnal thunder.
Roman Gods and Goddesses Names and Functions
Dictionary of Roman and Greek Gods Names starting with 'S'