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Roman Gods were worshiped by the citizens of the Roman empire. These Roman Gods are often associated with something that is important in the Roman culture, such as Luck, War, or Agriculture.
The Romans had an extensive system of gods and goddesses to help them in their day-to-day lives. Gods were assigned specific roles such as Jupiter, who was the king of all the gods, and Mars, who was the god of war.
The Roman Empire was a time of great architectural accomplishment, with many buildings that honored the gods and goddesses are still standing today. The Romans were highly skilled in engineering and architecture, and they built structures such as the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Forum. They also created roads that reached from one end of their empire to the other.
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