liber and libera

  • 1 Liber and Libera — ▪ Roman deities       in Roman religion, a pair of fertility and cultivation deities of uncertain origin. Liber, though an old and native Italian deity, came to be identified with Dionysus. The triad Ceres, Liber, and Libera (his female… …

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  • 2 Liber — In Roman mythology, Liber was originally associated with husbandry and crops, but then was assimilated with Dionysos. He is the consort of Ceres and the father of the goddess Libera. His festival, the Liberalia , was on 17 March when young men… …

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  • 3 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. References Michael Jordon, Encyclopedia of Gods, Kyle Cathie Limited, 2002 …

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  • 4 Libera (mitología) — Libera es una diosa de la fertilidad en la Religión de la antigua Roma. Sus origenes se desconocen, aunque se cree que pudo haber sido una diosa de la fertilidad de los arcaicos o pre romanos de Magna Grecia. Su nombre en latín es el femenino de… …

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  • 5 Libera — may refer to: * Libera (mythology), a Roman goddess of fertility and wife of Liber * Libera (music), a boy choir from London * Libera me , a movement of the Requiem * Libera, a song by Italian artist Mia Martini …

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  • 6 libera — ˈlēbəˌrä noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Latin (first word of the responsory), imperative of liberare to set free more at liberate : a Roman Catholic responsory that is sung usually at funerals after the Mass and prior to the… …

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  • 7 Libera — /lib euhr euh/, n. an ancient Italian goddess of wine, vineyards, and fertility and the wife of Liber, in later times identified with Persephone. * * * …

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  • 8 Bonaventure, the German Dominicans and the new translations — John Marenbon As the previous chapter has illustrated, even in the first half of the thirteenth century the outlook of thinkers was much affected by the newly available translations of Aristotle and of Arabic commentaries and treatises.1 By the… …

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  • 9 Cuvântul Liber (1924) — Cuvântul Liber (Romanian for The Free Word ) was a Romanian political and cultural weekly published by Eugen Filotti from 1924 to 1925. Writers such as Ion Barbu, Victor Eftimiu and Tudor Arghezi or musicians, such as George Enescu or film… …

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  • 10 Sindicatul Liber al Oamenilor Muncii din România — Die Gewerkschaft Sindicatul Liber al Oamenilor Muncii din România (SLOMR, deutsch Freie Gewerkschaft der Werktätigen von Rumänien) wurde im Februar 1979 aus Protest gegen die allgegenwärtige Kontrolle durch die Rumänische Kommunistische… …

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  • 11 Ambrosian Liturgy and Rite — • The liturgy and Rite of the Church of Milan, which derives its name from St. Ambrose, Bishop of Milan (374 397) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ambrosian Liturgy and Rite     Ambrosian Liturgy and Rite …

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  • 12 Ceres (mythology) — Seated Ceres from Emerita Augusta, present day Mérida, Spain (National Museum of Roman Art, 1st century AD) Ancient Roman …

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  • 13 Religion in ancient Rome — Ancient Roman religion Marcus Aurelius (head covered) sacrificing at the Temple of Jupiter …

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  • 14 Roman religion — Religious beliefs of the Romans from ancient times until official acceptance of Christianity in the 4th century AD. The Romans believed that everything was subordinate to the rule of the gods, and the object of their religion was to secure divine …

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  • 15 Household Gods — is a science fiction/time travel novel written by Harry Turtledove and Judith Tarr.Plot summaryThe story focuses on a young woman in late 20th Century Los Angeles who is dissatisfied with her hectic life, which includes balancing her career as a… …

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  • 16 Ceres — /sear eez/, n. 1. a pre Roman goddess of agriculture under whose name the Romans adopted the worship of the Greek goddess Demeter. 2. Astron. the first asteroid to be discovered, being the largest and one of the brightest. 3. a town in central… …

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  • 17 Roman mythology — Roman mythology, or more appropriately, Latin mythology, refers to the mythological beliefs of the Italic people inhabiting the region of Latium and its main city, Ancient Rome. It can be considered as having two parts; One part, largely later… …

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  • 18 Ceres (Roman mythology) — For the dwarf planet, see Ceres (dwarf planet). For other uses, see Ceres : This article refers to the Roman goddess of agriculture. If you are looking for the Greek deity, see Demeter.Infobox Greek deity Caption = This statue depicting Ceres… …

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  • 19 Cerealia — Spring (1894) by Lawrence Alma Tadema, depicting the Cerealia in a Roman street (J. Paul Getty Museum)[1] In ancient Roman religion, the Cerealia was the major festival celebrated for the grain goddess Ceres. It was held for seven days from mid… …

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  • 20 Liberalia — /lib euh ray lee euh, rayl yeuh/, n. (sometimes used with a pl. v.) an ancient Roman festival held annually in honor of Liber and Libera. * * * …

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