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Ceres Roman Fertility & Agriculture Goddess 11x14 Fine Art Print Pagan Mythology Goddess Art

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Mythology + Religion: Greek Goddess Demeter | #Mythology #GreekMythology #Demeter

Mythology + Religion: Greek Goddess Demeter | #Mythology #GreekMythology #Demeter

Demeter  The goddess of agriculture, horticulture, grain and harvest. Demeter is a daughter of Cronus and Rhea and sister of Zeus, by whom she bore Persephone. She was depicted as a mature woman, often crowned and holding sheafs of wheat and a torch. Her symbols are the Cornucopia (horn of plenty), wheat-ears, the winged serpent and the lotus staff. Her sacred animals are pigs and snakes.

Demeter The goddess of agriculture, horticulture, grain and harvest. Demeter is a daughter of Cronus and Rhea and sister of Zeus, by whom she bore Persephone. She was depicted as a mature woman, often crowned and holding sheafs of wheat and a torch. Her symbols are the Cornucopia (horn of plenty), wheat-ears, the winged serpent and the lotus staff. Her sacred animals are pigs and snakes.

Ceres - Goddess of Fertility Wissen genial - Altes Rom (Knowledge Genious - Ancient Rome), Schwager und Steinlein Verlag, 2011/2012

Ceres - Goddess of Fertility Wissen genial - Altes Rom (Knowledge Genious - Ancient Rome), Schwager und Steinlein Verlag, 2011/2012

Demeter [aka Ceres] Her name evolved from a primitive form of the words "Earth Mother" Demeter appeared above all as goddess of the fruits and riches of the fields. The eldest daughter of Cronus and sister to Zeus, she was the first devoured to avoid a prophecy of being overthrown by his children and last to be spit up after living with her siblings in his stomach. She was widely worshiped in the pre-historic and ancient worlds and was mother to Persephone, the goddess of Spring

Demeter [aka Ceres] Her name evolved from a primitive form of the words "Earth Mother" Demeter appeared above all as goddess of the fruits and riches of the fields. The eldest daughter of Cronus and sister to Zeus, she was the first devoured to avoid a prophecy of being overthrown by his children and last to be spit up after living with her siblings in his stomach. She was widely worshiped in the pre-historic and ancient worlds and was mother to Persephone, the goddess of Spring

“Marazanna is a Slavic Goddess associated with death, winter and nightmares. Some sources equate her with the Latvian Goddess Māra, who takes a person’s body after their death. Some medieval Christian sources such as the Mater Verborum also compare Her to the Greek Goddess Hecate, associating Her with sorcery. The Polish chronicler Jan Długosz (15th cent.) likened Her to Ceres, the Roman Goddess of agriculture.” [1] “In pre-Christian times, She was also associated with the harvest.  She was…

“Marazanna is a Slavic Goddess associated with death, winter and nightmares. Some sources equate her with the Latvian Goddess Māra, who takes a person’s body after their death. Some medieval Christian sources such as the Mater Verborum also compare Her to the Greek Goddess Hecate, associating Her with sorcery. The Polish chronicler Jan Długosz (15th cent.) likened Her to Ceres, the Roman Goddess of agriculture.” [1] “In pre-Christian times, She was also associated with the harvest. She was…

The TYLWYTH TEG is the Welsh name for the fairy race. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The TYLWYTH TEG is the Welsh name for the fairy race. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Symbols of the Goddess Ceres/ Demeter Red poppy in wheat field- Ceres is goddess of harvest- hence word Cereal

Symbols of the Goddess Ceres/ Demeter Red poppy in wheat field- Ceres is goddess of harvest- hence word Cereal

Ceres (Demeter) ("Ludovisi") or member of the imperial family represented as ~, Roman bust (marble), copy after Greek original, 2nd century AD (original 5th-4th c. BC), (Palazzo Altemps, Rome).

Ceres (Demeter) ("Ludovisi") or member of the imperial family represented as ~, Roman bust (marble), copy after Greek original, 2nd century AD (original 5th-4th c. BC), (Palazzo Altemps, Rome).

A Roman bronze statuette of Ceres from the Miho Museum, Kyoto, Japan (1st c. AD),

A Roman bronze statuette of Ceres from the Miho Museum, Kyoto, Japan (1st c. AD),

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