They include deities that are most appropriate for use in a game, divorced from their historical context in the real world and united into pantheons that serve the needs of the game. Hence according to linguists, Zeus/Jupiter would be the Greco-Roman equivalent of Tyr. Zeus represents the sky, while Ra represents the sun. Pharaohs are also considered sons of Ra, similar to heroes in ancient Greek text, who are demi-gods that are often sons of Zeus, although they do not rule but are leaders in war. The Roman historian Tacitus identified Tyr with the Roman god Mars. He was regarded as the sender of thunder and lightning, rain, and winds, and his traditional weapon was the thunderbolt. His Egyptian equivalent is Horus. However, linguists believe that Tyr's actual name, Tiwaz, is etymologically related to the names Zeus and Jupiter. Zeus was the Greek equivalent of Enlil (later Ammon), Babylonian God of Heaven and Earth. Hera: Chief Greek goddess. The reason for this is that he “was obsessed by the idea that the Hellenes derived from Egypt, not only many of their religious observances, but also the gods themselves.” Hermes: Greek god of fertility. APPENDIX 191 punishment (Il. Also called Hor or Har. The Celtic, Egyptian, Greek, and Norse pantheons are fantasy interpretations of historical religions from our world’s ancient times. 1.590–594).As god of the male metalworking crafts, he is often allied with Athena, goddess of the female cloth-working crafts. Ra and Zeus are both considered the king of the gods, and father many gods. Egyptian equivalent is Ptah. Poseidon was the Greek equivalent of Oannes, the standard of marine gods for the Sumerians.. Zeus, lord of Olympus, was a weather god, controller of lightning, thunder and rain. Sister and wife of Zeus. Hera, wife of Zeus, appears in Greek mythological tales as a jealous and vengeful goddess who tries to thwart her husband’s philandering and punishes his lovers and offspring. Ares (Mars), son of Zeus … Son of Zeus and Maia. Herodotus refers to Atum (Ra) as Zeus. A new god, depicted in Greek style, Serapis, was adopted by the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. Horus: Egyptian Falcon god. Equivalent of the Roman god Mercury. Messenger of the gods. zeus wins he is about as strong as isis, while ra is about as powerful as amon ..... amon-ra stomps zeus..(note that Atum roughly equals Gaia) 3 years ago Helloman The Greek gods had much in common with Sumerian deities. Daughter of Cronus and Rhea. Zeus was viewed as a king who oversaw the universe.Hercules is the Roman name for the mythical Greek demigod Heracles, son of Jupiter (the Roman equivalent of Zeus), and the mortal Alcmena. Herodotus mentions Egyptian gods frequently, but very often by the Greek equivalent names rather than the Egyptian names transliterated into Greek. Zeus was called the father of both gods and men. A new god, depicted in Greek style, Serapis, was adopted by the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. *(during most of the time span of the Egyptian Empire Enki was in South America establishing new mining operations - he is unknown to the Egyptians) Enlil (Ilu) = Amun = Zeus = Jupiter = Jehovah Zeus, in ancient Greek religion, chief deity of the pantheon, a sky and weather god who was identical with the Roman god Jupiter. Roman equivalent is Vulcan. Roman equivalent is Juno. Since Zeus was the major Greek god, equivalent to Amun for the Egyptians, there was Zeus-Amun.