The name by which Demeter was venerated at Enna on Sicily, where she and her daughter Persephone had a temple. It is one of the locations where Persephone is said to have been abducted by Hades.



  • Cicero. Against Verres iii, 192.
  • Lactantius. Divine Institutes ii, 4, 28.
  • Livy. The History of Rome, 24, 38.3 ff.
  • Ovid. Fasti iv, 422.