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Vulcan is the god of fire including the fire of volcanoes, deserts, metalworking, and the forge in ancient Roman ...

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Vulcan is the god of fire in Roman mythology. His Greek equivalent is the god Hephaestus. He is the son of Jupiter and Juno, and the husband of Venus.

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Feb 22, 2017 ... Vulcan. Vulcan is a Roman God whose father was Jupiter, king of the Gods. His mother was Juno, queen of the Gods. It was believed that with ...

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Vulcan, in Roman religion, god of fire, particularly in its destructive aspects as volcanoes or conflagrations. Poetically, he is given all the attributes of the Greek  ...

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Apr 9, 2017 ... Vulcan is the Roman god of fire and a member council of gods. ... Symbols: Fire, blacksmith's hammer, axe; Greek counterpart: Hephaestus ...

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Vulcan's main trouble's in life tend to originate from his appearance. He is the only ugly God, so as a result, his mother, Juno, (or Jupiter) threw him out of their ...

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An ancient god of fire in Roman mythology, Vulcan is the counterpart of the Greek god Hephaestus, the god of fire and patron of metalwork and crafts. The tales ...

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Vulcan was the son of Jupiter and Juno, he was the husband of Venus. Depiction / Description / Symbol: the forge and the anvil; Name of equivalent Greek God: ...

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The Romans identified Vulcan with the Greek smith-god Hephaestus, and he became associated like his Greek counterpart with the constructive use of fire in ...