Tellus

noun (Roman mythology) goddess of the earth; protector of marriage and fertility; identified with Greek Gaea
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Tellus

ancient Roman earth goddess. Probably of great antiquity, she was concerned with the productivity of the earth and was later identified with the ...
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Tellus

In Roman mythology, the goddess of the Earth, identified with a number of other agricultural gods and celebrations. ...
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Tellus

Roman goddess of earth.
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Tellus

Tellus (tel'us) , in Roman religion, earth goddess; also called Terra Mater. As a goddess of fertility, she was worshiped at festivals held in January (in conjunction with Ceres) and in April. Tellus was identified with the Greek Gaea.
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Tellus

Tellus is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Tellus

[n] - goddess of the earth
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