Roman Mythology

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The history behind all the mythlogical things!

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  • Remember to do your project!
  • ROMAN MYTHOLOGY Due Next Week Groups Of Four
  • Doesn't Venus look like the Greek Goddess of love.
  • So, how are we going to research this? Paper or powerpoint?
  • Lets do something different and go above and beyond. Like a video!
  • Can we research the Goddess APHRODITE!
  • Your thinking of the GREEK Goddess of love not the ROMAN Goddess of love. But, yes, we can research the ROMAN Goddess of love, Venus.
  • Roman Mythology
  • Sure but remember the rules and be careful.
  • Can we use the time machine for a project? we need to go to ancient Rome.
  • ROME HERE WE COME!!!!!!
  • What are you wearing!?!? Go change!
  • Perfect!
  • WE ARE HERE! ANCIENT ROME!
  • In Ancient Rome, the God and Goddess, as well as the mythological creatures, were worshiped, feared, and loved. On the right, that is Venus, the Goddess of love. On the left, that is a Strix, a mythological creature that sucks blood from infants.
  • This is the Templum. It is where the Romans worshiped their Gods.
  • For once, David is right! After crossing the river you are meet with the keepers of the three parts of the underworld and judged by Minos, Aenaeus, and Rhadymanthas to see where you end up at. You ether go to the Fields of Elysium, for warriors and other types of heroes, or the Plain of Asphodel, if you were a normal citizen if you were judge as good. If you were judged to have committed a crime against society, you were sent to Tartarus to be punished until your duets have been paid. The ruler of the underworld is Pluto who is the brother of Jupiter.
  • Yes she does. The reason why is that the Romans based there Gods and Goddess off of the Greek.
  • The Gods worshiped the most were Mars, the God of war and the fauther of the founders of Rome, and Jupiter, the supreme God.
  • Mars, the God of War
  • Jupiter, the Supreme God
  • How did it go? Learn alot?
  • A lot of the people who pray to Mars are the soldiers going out to battle, who pray for a victory in battle, and the Gladiators, who pray for a winning game.
  • Lets recap what we have so far....
  • Roman Mythology -Greek and Roman mythology have the same Gods and Goddess but have different names -Jupiter, the supreme God, and Mars, the God of war, are prayed to the most. -One of the mythological creatures is the Strix who feeds off of blood, mostly from infants. -The Templum is the place of worship. -Mars is believed to be the father of the founders of Rome.
  • Romans did believe in the after life. They believed the soul was immortal and that it has a life after death. A very complicated religion if you ask me.
  • In their belief, when you die, the first god you meet is Mercury, the messenger god and son of Jupiter and taken to the river Styx. They pay Charon, the ferryman, to take the soul across.
  • Bye- Bye Ancient Rome
  • Lets go home. I believe we have the information that we need for this project. Dear brother, don't be sad, we can come back some time soon.
  • Yep! And now we have to right the paper so we will talk to you later!
  • Now lets finish this report!
  • Roman Mythology -Greek and Roman mythology have the same Gods and Goddess but have different names -Jupiter, the supreme God, and Mars, the God of war, are prayed to the most. -One of the mythological creatures is the Strix who feeds off of blood, mostly from infants. -The Templum is the place of worship. -Mars is believed to be the father of the founders of Rome. -They believe in the after life -The underworld is ruled by Pluto who is Jupiter's brother.
  • -There is three judge people. -There are three places you can end up in the underworld: the Fields of Elysium, the Plain of Asphodel, and Tartarus -The Fields of Elysium is for fallen worriers and other heroes. -The Plain of Asphodel is for other citizens. -Tartarus is for someone who has worng society and must stay there till their debt is payed. -When dead, they place a coin in the dead one's mouth so they can pay the Charon, ferryman that gets you across the river of Styx.
  • Bibliography allabouthistory.org google image search google search
  • Very good you guys! You all get an A+
  • And that is the history of Roman Mythology
  • The End
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