Sure! Here’s a list of some pantheons of gods and goddesses from different cultures around the world:

  1. Greek Pantheon:
    • Zeus (King of the Gods)
    • Hera (Queen of the Gods)
    • Poseidon (God of the Sea)
    • Athena (Goddess of Wisdom)
    • Apollo (God of Sun and Music)
    • Artemis (Goddess of Hunt)
    • Ares (God of War)
    • Aphrodite (Goddess of Love)
    • Dionysus (God of Wine)
    • Hades (God of the Underworld)
  2. Norse Pantheon:
    • Odin (Allfather)
    • Thor (God of Thunder)
    • Freyja (Goddess of Love and Fertility)
    • Loki (Trickster God)
    • Frigg (Queen of Asgard)
    • Balder (God of Light)
    • Tyr (God of War)
    • Heimdall (Guardian of the Bifrost)
    • Skadi (Goddess of Winter)
    • Freyr (God of Fertility)
  3. Egyptian Pantheon:
    • Ra (Sun God)
    • Osiris (God of the Afterlife)
    • Isis (Goddess of Magic)
    • Horus (Sky God)
    • Anubis (God of Embalming)
    • Hathor (Goddess of Love and Motherhood)
    • Seth (God of Chaos)
    • Thoth (God of Wisdom)
    • Bastet (Goddess of Cats)
    • Nut (Goddess of the Sky)
  4. Hindu Pantheon:
    • Brahma (Creator God)
    • Vishnu (Preserver God)
    • Shiva (Destroyer God)
    • Saraswati (Goddess of Knowledge)
    • Lakshmi (Goddess of Wealth)
    • Parvati (Goddess of Love and Devotion)
    • Hanuman (Monkey God)
    • Ganesha (God of Wisdom and Beginnings)
    • Kali (Goddess of Time and Destruction)
    • Durga (Goddess of Power and Protection)
  5. Roman Pantheon:
    • Jupiter (King of the Gods)
    • Juno (Queen of the Gods)
    • Neptune (God of the Sea)
    • Minerva (Goddess of Wisdom)
    • Apollo (God of Sun and Arts)
    • Venus (Goddess of Love)
    • Mars (God of War)
    • Mercury (Messenger God)
    • Diana (Goddess of the Hunt)
    • Pluto (God of the Underworld)
  6. Celtic Pantheon:
    • Dagda (Chief of the Gods)
    • Morrigan (Goddess of War)
    • Brigid (Goddess of Fire and Poetry)
    • Lugh (God of Skill and Craftsmanship)
    • Cernunnos (God of Animals)
    • Arawn (King of the Otherworld)
    • Danu (Mother Goddess)
    • Manannán mac Lir (God of the Sea)
    • Epona (Goddess of Horses)
    • Nuada (King of the Tuatha Dé Danann)
  7. Mesopotamian Pantheon:
    • Anu (Sky God)
    • Enlil (God of Wind)
    • Enki (God of Water)
    • Ishtar (Goddess of Love and War)
    • Marduk (Chief God of Babylon)
    • Tiamat (Goddess of Chaos)
    • Nergal (God of War and Plague)
    • Ninurta (God of Agriculture)
    • Shamash (Sun God)
    • Sin (Moon God)
  8. Chinese Pantheon:
    • Yu Huang (Jade Emperor)
    • Guan Yu (God of War)
    • Hua Mulan (Goddess of Bravery)
    • Guan Yin (Goddess of Mercy)
    • Sun Wukong (Monkey King)
    • Xiwangmu (Queen Mother of the West)
    • Erlang Shen (God of Righteousness)
    • Nezha (God of Protection)
    • Zhu Rong (God of Fire)
    • Chang’e (Goddess of the Moon)

This list is not exhaustive, as there are many more pantheons and gods and goddesses across various cultures and civilizations throughout history. Each pantheon carries its unique stories, myths, and religious practices.