plutus definition

  • noun:
    • The child of Jason and Ceres, in addition to god of wealth. He had been represented as bearing a cornucopia, and also as blind, because their gift ideas had been bestowed without discrimination of quality.
    • In classical mythology, a personification of wide range, called a son of lasion and Demeter, and intimately connected with Eirene or Peace, who is frequently represented in art grouped with all the infant Plutus.

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