What Greek god is Saturn?
Who is the father of Saturn?
What does Saturn mean in Roman mythology?
Saturn, Latin Saturnus, in Roman religion, the god of sowing or seed. In Roman myth Saturn was identified with the Greek Cronus. Exiled from Olympus by Zeus, he ruled Latium in a happy and innocent golden age, where he taught his people agriculture and other peaceful arts. In myth he was the father of Picus.
What is a myth or legend about Saturn?
According to myth, Saturn introduced agriculture to his people by teaching them how to farm the land. Saturn was also the Roman god of time and this is perhaps why the slowest (in orbit around the Sun) of the five bright planets was named after him. In Roman mythology, Saturn was the father of Jupiter.