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Demeter - The Greek Goddess Demeter - Ancient/Classical History
Demeter is the Greek goddess of grain. Ceres is the Latin name for Demeter. The Eleusinian Mysteries celebrate the rites of Demeter and her daughter ...
Demeter - Greek Goddess of Grain - Demeter was called Ceres by ...
Information on the grain goddess Demeter. Demeter is the Greek goddess of grain and Ceres is the name by which the Romans knew her.
Ceres - Demeter - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Ceres is the Latin name for the goddess of grain who is called Demeter in Greek. Demeter and her daughter Persephone (Proserpina) is connected with the ...
Ceres - The Discovery of Asteroid Ceres - Space and Astronomy
The Texas-sized asteroid Ceres, about 930 kilometers (580 miles) across, was the first asteroid ever detected. Ceres was identified in 1801 by astronomer ...
Ceres - Space and Astronomy - About.com
Discover Ceres. The first asteroid to be discovered, Ceres is by far the largest and most massive body in the main asteroid belt. Ceres was discovered by ...
Ceres Pictures Gallery - Space and Astronomy - About.com
Known by astronomers as 1 Ceres, it was the very first minor planet discovered. As big across as Texas, Ceres' nearly spherical body has a differentiated interior  ...
Ceres Pictures Gallery - Space and Astronomy - About.com
Ceres Pictures Gallery - Largest Asteroid May Be Mini Planet with Water Ice - NASA's Hubble Space Telescope took these images of Ceres during its 9-hour ...
Ceres Pictures Gallery - Color View of Ceres - Space and Astronomy
Astronomers enhanced the sharpness in these Advanced Camera for Surveys images to bring out features on Ceres' surface, including brighter and darker ...
Ceres Pictures Gallery - Space and Astronomy - About.com
Ceres Pictures Gallery - Hubble Images of Asteroids Help Astronomers Prepare for Spacecraft Visit - These Hubble Space Telescope images of Vesta and ...
Ceres, Goddess of the Grain Fields - Paganism & Wicca - About.com
The Romans honored Ceres, the goddess of grain, each summer. Let's see why Ceres was so important - and which Greek myth she ties into!
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