The Greek goddess, Demeter. Total earth mother type like me, which is cool since my name is another one of her epithets and we share the same MBTI personality type!

The Greek goddess, Demeter. Total earth mother type like me, which is cool since my name is another one of her epithets and we share the same MBTI personality type!

Ceres is the Roman Goddess of grain, and Her name means "wheat" or "grain." It is still heard in our word cereal.She is an ancient Italian Goddess of the harvest, and Her worship in Rome is very old.

Ceres Goddess of Fertility Original Acrylic Painting

Ceres is the Roman Goddess of grain, and Her name means "wheat" or "grain." It is still heard in our word cereal.She is an ancient Italian Goddess of the harvest, and Her worship in Rome is very old.

Demeter (Ceres)-goddess of agriculture and a bountiful harvest; made the crops grow; when she mourns for her daughter Persephone, the earth is thrown into winter.

Demeter (Ceres)-goddess of agriculture and a bountiful harvest; made the crops grow; when she mourns for her daughter Persephone, the earth is thrown into winter.

victoriousvocabulary:    CERES  [noun]  Roman mythology: a goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility and motherly relationships. She is the Roman counterpart to Greek mythology’s Demeter.  painting: Helena Nelson-Reed

victoriousvocabulary: CERES [noun] Roman mythology: a goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility and motherly relationships. She is the Roman counterpart to Greek mythology’s Demeter. painting: Helena Nelson-Reed

Goddess Archetypes  Venus/Aphrodite: love and fertility  Diana/Artemis: nature and hunting  Minerva/Athena: strength, clear thinking  Ceres/Demeter: motherhood  Juno/Hera: queenship and partnership  Proserpina/Persephone: mysticism and mediumship  Sophia: wisdom

Goddess Archetypes Venus/Aphrodite: love and fertility Diana/Artemis: nature and hunting Minerva/Athena: strength, clear thinking Ceres/Demeter: motherhood Juno/Hera: queenship and partnership Proserpina/Persephone: mysticism and mediumship Sophia: wisdom

Demeter (Δημήτηρ) → Demeter, identified with the Roman goddess Ceres, is the goddess of the harvest, who presided over grains and the fertility of the earth. She presided also over the sanctity of marriage, the sacred law, and the cycle of life and death. “Goddess of seed, of fruits abundant, fair, Harvest and threshing, are thy constant care; Who dwell'st in Eleusina's seats retir'd, Lovely, delightful queen, by all desir'd”.

Demeter (Δημήτηρ) → Demeter, identified with the Roman goddess Ceres, is the goddess of the harvest, who presided over grains and the fertility of the earth. She presided also over the sanctity of marriage, the sacred law, and the cycle of life and death. “Goddess of seed, of fruits abundant, fair, Harvest and threshing, are thy constant care; Who dwell'st in Eleusina's seats retir'd, Lovely, delightful queen, by all desir'd”.

Demeter, Herculaneum.  One of the statues from the exhibition "Ercolano: tre secoli di scoperte" ("Herculaneum: three centuries of discovery") at the Naples archaeological museum. A number of the statues from the exhibition haven't been on display for some time.    This marble statue shows Demeter and is a relatively recent discovery. It was found on 21 April 1997 near a monumental structure of ancient Herculaneum, located to the southwest of the Villa of the Papyri.

Demeter, Herculaneum. One of the statues from the exhibition "Ercolano: tre secoli di scoperte" ("Herculaneum: three centuries of discovery") at the Naples archaeological museum. A number of the statues from the exhibition haven't been on display for some time. This marble statue shows Demeter and is a relatively recent discovery. It was found on 21 April 1997 near a monumental structure of ancient Herculaneum, located to the southwest of the Villa of the Papyri.

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).

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