Jupiter and his eagle symbol, later associated with the Roman state
|Title(s)||God of sky and lightning|
|Sibling(s)||Neptune and Pluto|
|Children||Apollo, Hercules, Diana, Minerva, Vulcan, Venus, Bacchus and Mars|
Jupiter, alternatively Jove, is the head of the Roman pantheon. He is the son of Saturn and grandson of Uranus. His siblings are Vesta, Neptune, Ceres, Pluto and Juno, who is also his wife. He is the father of many entities, including Apollo, Hercules, Diana, Minerva, Vulcan, Venus, Bacchus and Mars, who number among the Olympians, as well as several other mortals, demigods and deities.
He is the Roman adaptation of the Greek god Zeus and, like Zeus, is a sky deity. Jupiter lends his name to the largest of the planets in our Solar System.
|Roman mythology articles|
|Deities||Apollo • Bacchus • Diana • Ceres • Cupid • Faunus • Fortuna • Juno • Jupiter • Lares • Mars • Mercury • Minerva • Neptune • Pluto • Proserpina • Quirinus • Vejovis • Venus • Vestia • Vulcan|
|Groups||Demigod • God • Titans|
|Creatures and monsters|
|Apollo | Bacchus | Diana | Ceres | Cupid | Faunus | Fortuna | Juno | Jupiter | Lares | Mars | Mercury | Minerva | Neptune | Pluto | Proserpina | Quirinus | Vejovis | Venus | Vestia | Vulcan|
| Dei Lucrii | Eventus Bonus | Furina | Portunes
Mystery religions | Osirus | Isis | Cybele | Attis | Mithras | Sol Invictus