Which Ancient Roman God Are You?

Kennita Leon

What's your favorite planet?

If you could examine one of these constellations, which would it be?

If you were a deity, what would you want to be in charge of?

Which Roman god or goddess would you marry?

Who do you think you'd have an issue with?

What animal would represent you?

Which mythical creature would do your bidding?

Which weapon would you want to wield?

How would your worshipers show their appreciation?

Where in Italy would you want to live or rule over?

Which Italian food would you eat every day?

Which holiday would you rename in your honor?

Do you have a job at the moment?

Which of these would you excel at?

Imagine the kind of life you want to live. Which salary would really help it happen?

What kind of co-worker annoys you the most?

Which career level would you be content to be at?

If you were to get fired, for which reason would it be?

What's the craziest thing you've ever done?

On a scale of one to four, where one is the least and four is the most, how fun are you?

Are you big on partying?

What kind of music do you prefer?

How many hours of TV do you watch per week?

Could you live with someone who you weren't related to?

Who's your favorite person in the world?

Have you ever been in love?

Why do your relationships go up in flames?

Who normally ends your relationships?

How would you show someone you care?

What's the most important thing to you?

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About This Quiz

When people think about the different pantheons, the Greeks are the ones most people turn to first. But the Romans adopted the Greek gods and gave them different names (a lot of which were named after the planets in our solar system). They also embraced similar stories and went from there. For example, the king of the Greek gods, Zeus, became Jupiter, and his queen, Hera, became Juno. But as we said, there are differences between the two groups, like Mars, the god of war, not being as violent as his Greek counterpart, Ares. But that's as far as we'll go with the comparisons, because we're here to focus on the Romans. Wich Ancient Roman god are you, really?

Would you be the king, Jupiter, or would you be someone wiser, like Minerva? Would you be the tempestuous god of the sea, Neptune, or would you be someone more loving, like Venus? Or are you more like some other god or goddess entirely, based on your unique qualities? 

If you answer our questions, we'll be able to match you to one of the deities of this great pantheon. So let's get started and find out whether you're meant to be the goddess of the hunt or the father of the king. 

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