The ancient Greeks worshiped more than 300 gods. As for ancient Romans the things are more complicated, since one has to define what Romans mean. It can mean the inhabitants of the city of Rome or the inhabitants of Empire, which include all the nations under it. In the second case the number of gods is much bigger that is hard to calculate the number of gods worshiped.<quoted text>
and not according, to me either. cause i did not hear this, from the boys in the locker room or pool hall.
you have a good head, on your shoulders. baal hamolech is a conglomeration, of many individual angels that can be portrayed as one but not necessarily always. i am sure you can figure the rest out from there. now how many roman, or greek g-ds were there?
What are you trying to say that in reality the numbers of gods were three, the three angels, since all the gods worshiped in the past came from them?