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Capitoline Triad, Roman Religion and Mythology (Photo Archive)

Capitoline Triad

The union of the three most important Roman deities Roman Religion and Mythology / Lexicon

The Capitoline Triad represents the union of the three major Roman deities, who shared a temple on the Capitoline Hill, the Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus. In the earliest period of the Roman Kingdom the triad consisted of Jupiter, Mars and Quirinus, but later, probably as a result of the Etruscan influence in archaic Rome, the triad became Jupiter, Minerva and Juno Regina.

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