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If the Greek gods and goddesses resided on Mt. Olympus in Greece, where did the Roman gods reside?

Asked by Aesthetic_Mess (7857 points ) January 6th, 2011

Are there any significant differences between Greek and Roman mythology?

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Mikewlf337's avatar

I may be wrong but all the Greek gods have a Roman equivilant.

marinelife's avatar

There was no single place where the gods resided. They just existed wherever they had dominion.

“The Romans also thought the gods lived in the sacred woods around fountains.”

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Seraphim's avatar

i can’t find anything on the net that says otherwise. the roman gods just existed.

Winters's avatar

Romans and Greeks believed in the same gods and thus believed the main ones all lived upon Mt. Olympus. Romans just had different names for the gods as they spoke a different language than the Greeks.

CaptainHarley's avatar

In a series of impressive but modest mansions at Stratford-on-Avon. : )

Shegrin's avatar

In my cousin’s garage…

antimatter's avatar

Perhaps in Rome…

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

In the minds of the men who created them.

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