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Plutus

by Micha F. Lindemans
The Greek god and personification of wealth, regarded as the son Demeter. He is said to have been blinded by Zeus, that he might dispense his gifts blindly and without regard to merit. His attributes are a cornucopia and a basket filled with ears of corn.

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  • Etymology:
    Wealth

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