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Tellus

(tĕl`əs), in Roman religion, earth goddess; also called Terra Mater. As a goddess of fertility, she was worshiped at festivals held in January (in conjunction with Ceres) and in April. Tellus was identified with the Greek Gaea.

Tellus

(tell -ŭs) Latin name for the Earth.
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