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Welcome to the harbor countdown I'm your host tyaisha. Today we are counting down the top five roman gods that were similar to Greek gods and goddesses. But let's discuss why they are so similar. It's very obvious that the Romans copied the greeks from their columns to their gods. Its now time for the countdown 5. eros vs cupid In both greek and roman mythology, the greek god eros and the roman god cupid are the gods of love. What sets them both apart is that eros is the god of all love such as friendships and family love. But on the other hand, cupid is only the god of romantic love and lust. 4. Aphrodite vs venus In both greek and roman mythology, the greek goddess aphrodite and the roman goddess venus are both the goddesses of love and beauty .unlike aphrodite venus is also the goddess of fertility and prostitution. 3. Zeus vs Jupiter In both greek and roman mythology, the Greek god Zeus and the Roman god Jupiter are the king of all gods and the god of the sky. unlike Jupiter Zeus interfered with moral life on earth and Jupiter was also the god of victory. 2. Gaia vs terra/terra mater In both greek and roman mythology, the Greek goddess Gaia and the Roman goddess terra are the goddesses of earth. unlike terra Gaia is a primordial earth goddess who gave birth to all the gods. Last but not least 1. Persephone/Kore vs Proserpina in both greek and roman mythology, the Greek goddess Persephone /kore and the roman goddess Proserpina are the goddesses of the underworld/dead. Persephone is also the goddess of the changing seasons; Proserpina is the goddess of springtime. Do you agree with these picks hope you did see you see soon?