Which of these correctly identifies the equivalent goddess in Greek and Roman societies?

Which of these correctly identifies the equivalent goddess in Greek and Roman societies?

Explanation: Minerva was the ROMAN goddess of wisdom and Athena (also known as Athene) was the GREEK godess of wisdom and war. They were both the same godess, just different names because they were each part of a different cilvilization.

Who is the Roman equivalent of the Greek goddess Hera queen of the gods?


What is the Roman equivalent?

Greek = Roman== Zeus= Jupiter. Poseidon= Neptune. Hades= Pluto. Hera= Juno ( No children)

Which God is the same in Greek and Roman?

If there is a Greek god, there will be a Roman counterpart….Greek God Names vs. Roman God Names.

Greek God Roman God
Zeus Jupiter
Poseidon Neptune
Cronus Saturn
Aphrodite Venus

What is Pandora’s Roman name?


Who is Pandora’s husband?


What was Pandora’s symbol?

Pandora’s box The box is not only a gift from Zeus, but also a tool for his revenge. It symbolized a source of trouble, curiosity, and the unknown future. Pandora’s action of opening the story means the start of trouble. She released all the illness, disease, bitterness and all the misfortune.

Why is hope left in Pandora’s Box?

Prometheus had advised Epimetheus not to accept anything from the Gods, but when he saw Pandora’s beauty, he falls for her, disregarding his brother’s advice. According to Hesiod, Zeus willed that Hope should stay inside because he wanted mortals to suffer in order to understand that they should not disobey their gods.

What came out of Pandora’s box?

Horrible things flew out of the box including greed, envy, hatred, pain, disease, hunger, poverty, war, and death. All of life’s miseries had been let out into the world. Pandora slammed the lid of the box back down. The last thing remaining inside of the box was hope.

What is the moral of Pandora’s box?

The moral of Pandora’s Box is that unchecked curiosity and disobedience can be dangerous, but hope remains.

What is Pandora’s weakness?

Pandora did not have any weakness. She was made to be perfect by the gods.

What is the opposite of Pandora’s box?

The Golden Fleece

Is Pandora’s box a metaphor?

A “Pandora’s box” is a metaphor in our modern languages, and the proverbial phrase refers to a source of endless complications or trouble arising from a single, simple miscalculation.

Can of Worms vs Pandora’s box?

What’s the difference between Pandora’s box and a can of worms? In Greek myth, the contents of the fateful box belonging to Pandora (literally, “all gifts” in ancient Greek) were a mystery. With a can of worms, on the other hand, you know the kind of tangled, unpleasant mess you’re in for.

What is Pandora the goddess of?

Pandora is a figure from Greek mythology who was not only the first woman, but —as an instrument of the wrath of Zeus— was held responsible for releasing the ills of humanity into the world. Pandora was also an unrelated earth goddess in the early Greek pantheon.

Who did Pandora marry?

Who are Pandora’s parents?

The parents of Pandora were Hephaestus and Athena.

Who was the first man in Greek mythology?


Which is the first person on earth?

Homo sapiens

What did the Greeks call humans?

It is unclear why the Romans called the country Graecia and its people Graeci, but the Greeks called their land Hellas and themselves Hellenes.

Who created humans in Greek?

Who is technically the oldest Olympian god?


Who is the daughter of Zeus?


Who is Zeus’s favorite child?

Who is Zeus’s oldest son?

And it can’t be Ares because Zeus was married first married to Athena mother and when he found out that their next child would take his place, Zeus eat her! And Athena was born in his stomach way before Zeus married Hera and they had children. So, Zeus oldest child is Athena.