What are the astronomical signs for the giant planets?

Astronomical signs are conventional symbols that designate all celestial bodies. The giant planets bear the names of the ancient pagan gods, which is reflected in their signs.

Jupiter is the Roman name for the ancient Greek supreme god Zeus. Its astronomical sign came from the Greek letter Z, but later, in the Middle Ages, a vertical line was added to this symbol to look like a Christian cross.

Saturn is the Roman patron god of agriculture, his symbols are the scythe and the sickle, they are depicted on his astronomical sign

Uranus is the ancient Greek god of the sky, his symbol combines the symbols of the Sun (a circle with a dot) and Mars (a circle with an arrow pointing up), which, according to Greek mythology, ruled the sky.

Neptune is the ancient Roman god of the sea, his trident symbol also turned into an easily recognizable astronomical sign

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