Definition of Roman mythology
1. Noun. The mythology of the ancient Romans.
Examples of category: Epona, Mors, Mars, Rea Silvia, Rhea Silvia, Romulus, Remus, Diana, Minerva, Dido, Saturn, Ceres, Amor, Cupid, Sol, Vulcan, Mercury, Janus, Juno, Vesta, Victoria, Faunus, Neptune, Luna, Aurora, Tellus, Fortuna, Jove, Jupiter, Vestal Virgin, Ops, Silvanus, Sylvanus, Bacchant, Bacchante
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Literary usage of Roman mythology
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Manual of Classical Literature by Johann Joachim Eschenburg (1854)
"GREEK AND roman mythology. Introduction. § 2. Traditions of this sort the Greeks distinguished from authentic history by the name of ..."
2. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable: Giving the Derivation, Source, Or Origin of by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer (1898)
"(roman mythology.} fas de zephyr. Standing on one foot aud balancing the other backwards and forwards. Zeus (1 syL). The Grecian Jupiter. ..."
3. Handlingar (1903)
"Dorcas 2 is developed by a curious back-formation. Ii. Names from Greek and Roman mythology or literature. G. Univ. sl. »Apollo, der den Knaster ..."
4. The Mythology of Greece and Rome: With Special Reference to Its Use in Art by Otto Seemann (1886)
"I. SUBJECTS OF GREEK AND roman mythology. MYTHS may be described as poetic narratives of the birth, life, and actions of the old heathen gods and heroes or ..."
5. Catalogue of the Library of the Minnesota Historical Society by Minnesota Historical Society Library, Mary B. Merriam, John Fletcher Williams (1888)
"8 Smith, Wm. Greek and roman mythology. 32. 5 MYTHS OF THE NEW WORLD. See Brinton, DG 15.3 N. NADAILLAC. JFA, DU POUGET, MARQUIS DE. Pre-Historic America. ..."