Ceres (meethology)

Seated Ceres frae Emerita Augusta, present-day Mérida, Spain (Naitional Museum o Roman Art, 1st century AD)

In auncient Roman releegion, Ceres (Laitin: Cerēs [ˈkɛreːs]) wis a goddess o agricultur, grain craps, fertility an mitherly relationships.[1]

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References

  1. Room, Adrian, Who's Who in Classical Mythology, p. 89-90. NTC Publishing 1990. ISBN 0-8442-5469-X.
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