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Definition of Cerealia

Cerealia
Cerealia Ce`re*a"li*a, n. pl. [L. See Cereal.] 1. (Antiq.) Public festivals in honor of Ceres. 2. The cereals. --Crabb.

Meaning of Cerealia from wikipedia

- In ancient Roman religion, the Cerealia /sɪəriːˈeɪliə/ was the major festival celebrated for the grain goddess Ceres. It was held for seven days from mid-...
- the offerings - called Cerealia munera Subsequently, the grains used for food, especially for making bread were called Cerealia or cereals Applicable to...
- cerealia is a moth in the family Erebidae. It was described by Herbert Druce in 1884. It is found in Panama. Savela, Markku. "Pseudophaloe cerealia (Druce...
- Coreura cerealia is a moth of the subfamily Arctiinae. It was described by Druce in 1897. It is found in Ecuador. The forewings are deep black and the...
- described as "the Gr**** rites of Ceres". Her seven-day April festival of Cerealia included the po****r Ludi Ceriales (Ceres' games). She was also honoured...
- reason that his Liberalia ludi of 17 March were temporarily moved to Ceres' Cerealia of 12–19 April. They were restored when the ferocity of reaction eased...
- CerealiaFacula (54 km (34 mi)) (July 2018) Final orbit-CerealiaFacula-a (34 km (21 mi)) (June 2018) Context of preceding image Final orbit-CerealiaFacula-b...
- Saritor was the god of hoeing and weeding. His name was invoked during the Cerealia, along with the other 11 helper gods of Ceres. Dumézil, Georges; Krapp...
- The Consualia, with its semi-mythical establishment by Romulus, and the Cerealia, the major festival of Ceres, were probably older than the earliest historically...
- latitude; 238.85 E longitude. The spot in the center of the crater is named Cerealia Facula, and the group of spots to the east - Vinalia Faculae. These names...
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