6: Moneta – Roman Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity (Gods of Money and Fortune)
In ancient Rome, the title of Moneta was given to 2 different goddesses. The first one is called Egeria and she controls all memory in human beings. She also has control over time which means that when we sleep at night, our thoughts are under her care until morning comes back again! On the other hand, there’s a second deity with this name who deals specifically with money-related matters such as minting coins or collecting taxes for example. The word Moneta itself is derived from Moneres, which means “unique.” It seems like it wasn’t easy coming up with these names so you can imagine how tedious their tasks must be too!
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5: Horus – God of Wealth and Prosperity in Ancient Egypt
Horus is a falcon-headed God who was worshipped in Egypt and Rome into the establishment of the Ptolemaic Kingdom. He has been depicted as everything from an actual bird to the head of King Akhenaten. While he also provides protection for travelers on their journeys through warfare. Horus embodies all aspects of life: hunting, warring, protecting souls during travel. He’s often seen as one who oversees these domains while maintaining equilibrium between all opposites (good vs evil, order versus chaos). He’s one Egyptian deity that leaves no stone unturned or task undone!