Ceres

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A statue of Ceres at the Lourve in Paris.

In Roman mythology, Ceres was the goddess of agriculture, especially the growing of grains and cereals, good fertility and motherly relationships. She was daughter of Saturn and mother of Proserpine . Her daughter is married with Pluto, the king of the underworld.

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