Earth Goddess
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Earth Goddess

An Earth goddess is a deification of the Earth. Earth goddesses are often associated with the "chthonic" deities of the underworld.[1]

Ki and Ninhursag are Mesopotamian earth goddesses. In Greek mythology, the Earth is personified as Gaia, corresponding to Roman Terra, Indic Prithvi/Bh?mi, etc. traced to an "Earth Mother" complementary to the "Sky Father" in Proto-Indo-European religion. Egyptian mythology exceptionally has a sky goddess and an Earth god.

Other Earth goddesses include:

See also


  1. ^ "Definition of EARTH GODDESS". Retrieved .
  2. ^ ?mits, P?teris (1918). Latvie?u Mitolo?ija (PDF) (in Latvian). Latviesu rakstnieku un makslinieku biedriba. pp. 14-15. OCLC 12301101 – via Other editions: OCLC 12301047, 776694498, 276876979; Reprinted: ISBN 9789955591085
  3. ^ Paliepa, J?nis (2011). The origin of the Baltic and Vedic languages : Baltic mythology ; Interdisciplinary treatise. Bloomington, IN, US: Author House. pp. 46, 52. ISBN 9781456729028. OCLC 1124421252, 890769223.
  4. ^ J?nis, Tupe?u (Fall 1987). "The Ancient Latvian Religion -- Dievtur?ba". LITUANUS: Lithuanian Quarterly Journal of Arts and Sciences. Chicago, IL, US: LITUANUS Foundation. 33 (3). ISSN 0024-5089. OCLC 561497100.

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