In Roman mythology, Flora (Latin: Flōra) was a Sabine-derived goddess of
flowers and of the season of spring – a symbol for nature and flowers (especially
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A goddess, originally Sabine, of the spring and of flowers and blossoms in
general, ... Flora was in later times identified with the Greek Chloris (See HORAe)
Oct 2, 2010 ... Flora is the Roman goddess of flowers but at one time also over fruit trees, vines
and cereals. Her name comes from the Latin floris, meaning ...
Nov 26, 2012 ... Pagan Romans celebrated for six days, from April 25th to May 3rd, honoring their
Goddess of Spring and of Flowers, Flora. Flora is known as ...
Chloris was the ancient Greek goddess of flowers and a nymph of the Islands of
the Blessed. She was the wife of Zephyrus the West-Wind and the mother of ...
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Jul 26, 2009 ... In Roman mythology, Flora was a goddess of flowers and the season of spring.
Her Greek equivalent was Chloris.
A temple was built to honor the goddess of flowers and blossoming plants, Flora.
In 263 BCE it was dedicated on April 27 (April 28th according to Ovidus) to May ...