The blending of Latin with Hellenic elements was extreme, and produced a long series of Divinities with virtually identical Attributes, and two names, a Latin one and a Greek one. The two pantheons are nearly isomorphic in fact, from Jupiter/Zeus and Juno/Hera on down to the most obscure of local Spirits. In general, it can be assumed that any Hellenic Deity was acknowledged and revered by Romans as well.
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