Hercules was a Roman half-deity known for being strong. He was likely adapted from the Greek Heracles.
Also known as
Hercules (normalized; English)Heracles (Greek)
Parent belief system
Roman PaganismReligion · Polytheistic · 2 myths
Roman Paganism refers to the cultural practices of the Roman empire before Christianity (ca. 756 BCE - 325 CE). The Romans seemingly adopted many deities and concepts from ancient Greek cultural practices, albeit with Latinized names of deities (e.g., Greek Zeus became Roman Jupiter).
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