Cerealia
Cerealia \Ce`re*a"li*a\, n. pl. [L. See {Cereal}.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Antiq.) Public festivals in honor of Ceres. [1913 Webster]

2. The cereals. --Crabb. [1913 Webster]


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  • Cerealĭa — Cerealĭa, 1) bei den Römern allgemeiner Name der Ceresfeste, also der Ambarvalien, Amburbien, Fordicidien; bes. 2) ländliches Fest, kurz vor der Ernte nach der Mitte des Juli begangen, an welchem der Ceres ein Schwein nebst Wein geopfert u. zu… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Cereālia — (Cerĕris ludi), die zu Ehren der Ceres (s.d.) gefeierten Spiele und Feste …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • CEREALIA — orum, sacra Cereris a Triptolemo instituta, quae Plinius, l. 24. c. 9. Thesmophoria vocat, a Cerere Thesmophoro, h. e. legum latrice. Haec autem festa tantâ religione celebrabantur, ut feriae pollutae crederentur, si quis eô tempore cum uxore… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • 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… …   Wikipedia

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  • ЦЕРЕАЛИИ —    • Cerealia,          см. Δημήτηρ, Деметра …   Реальный словарь классических древностей

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

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  • Fêtes romaines (avril) — Sommaire 1 Jeux Megalenses 2 Fordicidia 3 Cerealia 4 Palilia 5 Vinalia …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Circus Maximus — For other uses, see Circus Maximus (disambiguation). Model of ancient Rome in the Imperial era, showing the Circus Maximus (foreground), the Colliseum (top of picture) and between them, the Palatine The Circus Maximus (Latin for great or large… …   Wikipedia

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