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  1. and death. She and her daughter Persephone were the central figures of the Eleusinian
  2. Her Eleusinian mysteries were open to initiates of any gender or social class. At the heart
  3. descent to retrieve Persephone from the underworld is connected to the Eleusinian Mysteries.
  4. paredros survived in the Eleusinian cult, where the following words were uttered:
  5. Demeter and in the Eleusinian mysteries this title was kept by her daughter Persephone.
  6. It was called the Eleusinian Mysteries,
  7. important mystery religion, the so-called Eleusinian
  8. Eleusinian Mysteries, that took place here.
  9. Eleusinian Mysteries, and so the city was built up in
  10. the Eleusinian Mysteries and the worship of Demeter.
  11. That is so-called Eleusinian marble,
  12. Greece: Eleusinian marble with this slightly blue cast,
  13. were the Eleusinian Mysteries.
  14. The Eleusinian Mysteries were initiations held every year for the cult of Demeter and
  15. some scholars believe that the power and longevity of the Eleusinian Mysteries, a consistent
  16. of use of ergot in ritual drinks in a prehistoric fertility cult akin to the Eleusinian Mysteries
  17. Kykeon, the beverage consumed by participants in the ancient Greek cult of Eleusinian Mysteries,
  18. in the Roman Empire, the Temple of Eleusinian Mysteries.
  19. ergot fungus that grew on barley were used in Eleusinian mysteries fabled
  20. in the midst of a revival of the old Eleusinian style mysteries and perhaps