Demeter: The Goddess Of Harvest Myth

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Matthew Rossmiller English 2 27 November 16 Ms. Windish The goddess of harvest On the summit of Mount Olympus amongst the clouds were twelve ancient greek gods and goddesses. One of these goddesses that resided there was Demeter who was the goddess of grain, corn, and the harvest and was believed that she was the one who taught man how to grow crops. Demeter lives on the summit of Mount Olympus where only twelve olympian gods stay. Because she was the goddess of the harvest people would give her the first loaf made from the harvest to her as an offering. She also has a daughter and a son. Her son is Arion who became a poet and a singer because of his wonderful voice. Harvesting crops, bread, and the seasons. What does this all have in common?
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