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By Crusader1307

No doubt ''borrowed'' from The Greeks (Thanatos) ''Mors'' was The Roman personification of Death. Seen as a link to The God Mars and of course Pluto (God of The Underworld), Mors was also seen as ''The Punisher'' relating to final judgment. He was also seen as a ''Messenger'' of sorts being relative to ''impending Death''. Mors was shown in Art in a rather duality as being a Skeleton or fully ''fleshed'' Human (both with Wings). He carries no ''weapons'' (as The Grim Reaper) to gather His ''charges''. Mors was also important to The Roman Military.