Roman and Greek Gods Names starting with 'V' - Roman Gods Family Tree
The Dictionary of Roman and Greek Gods Names starting with 'V' 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
Vacuna, Goddess of agriculture
Vediovus a god of the underworld.
Venilia or Venelia, sea goddess
Venti, the winds, equivalent to the Greek Anemoi: North wind Aquilo or Septentrio (Greek Boreas); South wind Auster (Greek Notus); East wind Vulturnus (Eurus); West wind Favonius (Zephyrus); Northwest wind Caurus
Venus, goddess of love, beauty, sexuality, and gardens
Veritas, goddess of the Roman virtue of veritas or truth.
Verminus, god of cattle worms.
Vertumnus, god of the seasons, gardens and fruit trees.
Vesta, goddess of the hearth, the Roman state, and the sacred fire
Vica Pota, goddess of victory and competitions.
Victoria, goddess of victory
Viduus, God who separated the soul and the body after death
Virbius, a forest god
Virtus, god or goddess of military strength
Volturnus, god of water
Volumna, Goddess who protects the nursery
Voluptas, goddess of pleasure.
Vulcan, god of the forge, fire, and blacksmiths
Vulturnus, God of the East Wind
Roman Gods and Goddesses Names and Functions
Dictionary of Roman and Greek Gods Names starting with 'V'