Ares, the Greek god of war, has what responsibility in his Roman iteration?
Answer: The correct answer is Agriculture
If all’s fair in love and war, Mars, the Roman iteration of Ares, seems to be a good example. While he originated as a god of fertility and vitality in nature, Mars slowly transitioned to a more war-like figure as Rome became more entangled in war and conflict. Mars never lost his responsibilities for agriculture, vegetation, and farming, though. He was often celebrated during spring festivals (the modern month of March is named for him), a time when new crop planting and new military campaigns happen to overlap.