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  • 1. The Gods and Goddesses of Olympus BY THOMAS AHN
  • 2. Zeus Zeus is the god of lightning and the sky. His main weapon is his Master Bolt. His roman form is Jupiter.
  • 3. Poseidon Poseidon is the lord of the seas and water. His main weapon is his Trident. His roman form is Neptune.
  • 4. Hades Hades is the lord of the dead and the underworld. His main weapon is his Helm of Darkness. His roman form is Pluto.
  • 5. Ares Ares is the god of war. His main weapon is… well, I guess he uses a lot of weapons. His roman form is Mars.
  • 6. Hephaestus Hephaestus is the god of fire and blacksmithing. He doesn’t really use weapons. His roman form is Vulcan.
  • 7. Hermes Hermes is the god of roads, speed, messengers, commerce, travel, thieves… well, you get the point. His weapon is, well, he sometimes uses a sword, but his caduceus could also be a weapon. His roman form is Mercury.
  • 8. Hera Hera is the god of marriage and the queen of gods. (In other words, she is Zeus’ wife.) Why would she have a weapon? Her roman form is Juno.
  • 9. Athena Athena is the goddess of wisdom and battle. She uses the right weapon at the right time. Her roman form is Minerva.
  • 10. Artemis Artemis is the goddess of hunting and the moon. Well, obviously, her main weapon is a bow and arrows. Her roman form is Diana
  • 11. Demeter Demeter is the goddess of Harvest. She obviously doesn’t have a weapon either. (Unless it’s magic vines!) Her roman form is Ceres.
  • 12. Aphrodite Aphrodite is the goddess of love. She doesn’t really fight, but maybe she could use her makeup as weapons. Maybe Lipstick throwing knives, or lip gloss spray… you get my point. Her roman form is Venus.
  • 13. Hestia Hestia is the goddess of the hearth She probably has some fire powers Her roman form is Vesta.
  • 14. Dionysus Dionysus is the god of wine.He probably has some powers like Demeter. (You know, like magic grape vines.)His roman form is Bacchus.
  • 15. Apollo Apollo is the god of the sun, the prophecy, poetry, music, hunting, and a lot more. Apollo, like Artemis, likes to use his bow and arrows. (He is also Artemis’ sister.) His roman form is… well the same thing. “Apollo”
  • 16. Iris Iris is thee goddess of rainbows. She probably isn’t a fighting type. She doesn’t have a roman form.
  • 17. Eros Eros is the god of love. He carries around a bow and arrows that make people fall in love. His roman form is Cupid.
  • 18. Conclusion I hope you liked my PowerPoint about Greek and Roman Gods and Goddesses!