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'''Jupiter''' is a [[god]] in [[Ancient Rome|Ancient Roman]] religion, corresponding to the Greek Zeus.  One of the Latin forms of his name gives us the word "jovial", and in [[Gustav Holst]]'s suite ''The Planets'', Jupiter is characterised as "bringer of jollity".

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Jupiter is a god in Ancient Roman religion, corresponding to the Greek Zeus. One of the Latin forms of his name gives us the word "jovial", and in Gustav Holst's suite The Planets, Jupiter is characterised as "bringer of jollity".