Terra Mater


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

Terra Mater:

see TellusTellus
, 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.
..... Click the link for more information.
.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Considering the ambitious nature of shooting across the globe, the filmmakers set their sights on Vienna-based Terra Mater, which had amassed plenty of experience producing wildlife documentaries in remote areas around the world.
Terra Mater Factual Studios immediately jumped on board "The Ivory Game," hoping to teach people about the tragedy of ivory poaching.
Diana, Liber Pater, Terra Mater and the Nymphs are divinities of nature popular in Illyricum, while on Mercurius' or Minerva's <<Illyrian>> character one can only speculate.
As the first 1982 Terra Mater statement asserted, "It is urgent to change man's present orientation of domination and exploitation, especially as practiced by humanity's industrialized minority.
Terra Mater, a wholly owned subsidiary of Red Bull Media House, has a slate for the coming five years that focuses on 100 hours of factual programming for its dedicated weekly slot on Austria's Servus TV channel--also owned by Red Bull.
It's the hybrid element that drew Terra Mater to "Lazarus.
Terra Mater would not be drawn on a budget, and they do their own international sales.