Libera (mythology)

In Roman mythology, Libera is a goddess of fertility and the Earth. She is the daughter of Liber and Ceres. Libera is associated with Persephone of Greek mythology.


Michael Jordon, Encyclopedia of Gods, Kyle Cathie Limited, 2002

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