Annona in Roman mythology, is the blessed goddess of the yearly harvest. She was prayed to for rich gifts of the field and cheap prices of food, and was represented as a female, her right shoulder bare, otherwise dressed. In her right hand she carried an ear of corn, in the left a cornucopia.

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