Cisara (Cisa, also Ciris), in the mythology of the Wends and Slavs, was a goddess of the fruitful earth, who is believed to be identical with Ceres, and was worshipped by the Rlicetians, Vindelicians, Sorbiatians, also in Saxony, where the city Zeitz was named after her. In the vicinity of Augsburg she had a sacred wood, where her festivals were celebrated and sacrifices offered. The name of this mother of all the wise comes from the Slavonic Ziza (the breast).

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See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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