The Roman Pantheon refers to the pantheon of gods once worshipped by the Roman Empire. Their main abode is now Mount Olympus, which was opened up to allocate all gods of other major world religions both past and present. The Roman Pantheon is led by Jupiter, who has a constant, personal rivalry with the Greek god Zeus. Roman gods and mythology survived long past their days of worship through stories in European empires.



Main article: Jupiter (Roman God)


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