The Roman God named Neptune is the god of the sea in ancient Roman Mythology. His brothers are Jupiter and Pluto. Neptune is very similar to the Greek God of the sea named Poseiden. When the Romans worshiped Neptune he was mainly worshiped as a horse god. Also like Poseiden, Neptune carried a trident with him. Neptune is still used in our society with the planet Neptune.
By: Ryan McCoy

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