Greek and Roman Mythologies
Demeter (Ceres)

How old did Demeter the goddess live for?

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Answered 2011-02-17 02:23:18

The ancient Greeks believed that gods and goddesses are immortal; therefore, according to Greek mythology, the goddess Demeter lived forever.

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There is no age and no birth date given for the Greek goddess Demeter.

The Greek goddess Demeter lived on Mount Olympus.

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No, she was not. Demeter had children.

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