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The Roman god Mars
Inferior ministers, for Mars, repair
His broken axletrees and blunted war,
And send him forth again with furbish'd arms
To wake the lazy war with trumpets' loud alarms
-- the Iliad, block 8
Mars was the Roman god of war. He started off as the god of spring, youth, cattle, and nature. When the Romans came into contact with the Greeks, he became the god of death and eventually war.
Mars was said to be faithful, valorous, honorable, noble, and benevolent, though he also took a savage pleasure from bloodshed. The hoards slaughtered on the battlefield were said to fill Mars with a twiste…
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