Greek Goddess of Corn?


Demeter was the Greek goddess of corn and all grain. She was also goddess of the harvest. According to myths, Demeter created the changing seasons when she attempted to save her daughter from Hades.
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Demeter has been identified as the Greek goddess of corn. However, Demeter is more properly described the Greek goddess of grain, agriculture and the harvest since use of the word
Ceres is the Corn Goddess. Eternal Mother. the Sorrowing Mother. Grain Mother.
Demeter is the Greek Goddess. Ceres is her Roman counterpart.
Demeter is the goddess of the eartn, harvest and grain. Corn is a grain; thus, she also "reigns" over that element. She is often pictured with a wreath of braided corn
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