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Who are the roman and Greek gods?

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the 12 greek gods are: Zeus(jupiter), hephaestus(vulcan), artemis(diana), dionysus(bacchus), poseidon(neptune), demeter(ceres), hermes(mercury), apollo(apollo), aphordite(venus), ares(mars), & hera(juno). key: greek vs. (roman) other: hades(pluto),
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