Roman mythology is pretty much a copy of Greek mythology, when it comes to the stories about the Gods. Most of the roman myths tell the same stories as the Greek do, only the names of (some of) the gods have changed:
- Zeus became Jupiter;
- Hera became Juno (or Io);
- Chronos became Saturnus (Saturn);
- Ares became Mars;
- Aphrodite became Venus;
- Hermes became Mercurius (Mercury);
- Poseidon became Neptunus (Neptune);
- Athena became Minerva;
- Artemis became Diana;
- Hades became Pluto;
- Hephaistos became Vulcanus;
- Hestia became Vesta;
- Demeter became Ceres.
- Apollo and Dionysus kept their names, as did Uranus.