Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: For the Use of Schools contains lovely iconic black and white drawings of the gods and goddesses from Greek mythology. Here are the 12 gods and 6 goddesses Keightley includes. The gods, using Roman names are Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Cupid, Vulcan, Phoebus Apollo, his son Asculapius, Mercury, Mars, Bacchus (the twice-born), Pan, and Pluto. The goddesses are Juno, Venus, Ceres, Diana, Minerva and Juventas.
|The Titan Saturn||Jupiter or Zeus||Neptune or Poseidon||Pluto or Hades|
|Cupid or Eros||Mars or Ares||Vulcan or Hephaestus||Phoebus Apollo|
|Asculapius or Asclepius||Mercury or Hermes||Pan||Bacchus or Dionysus|