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Plutus

(ˈpluːtʊs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) the Greek god of wealth
[from Greek ploutos wealth]
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On peut trouver une autre reference dans le Ploutos d'Aristophane: il s'agit de la "competition" entre Chremyle et la Pauvrete, ou le premier defend la valeur de la richesse (16).
on celebre l'agregation rituelle de Ploutos a la maison de Chremyle.
It is interesting that Fortuna warns Paul Kruger about Mammon as she herself is often represented with a child who represents Ploutos, the god of wealth.
Another important mosaic depicts the Greek god of grape harvest and wine Dionysus and his wife Ariadne alongside the god of wealth Ploutos and four children representing the seasons.
Eirene (Peace) and Ploutos (Wealth), the two deities that are also moral concepts, are the pair that poetically and pictorially best represent such a scenario of prosperity.
Dans cette cite oo, soutiendra-t-on, les esclaves ont une insolente liberte de parole (34), Aristophane, lui aussi, fait dire au personnage de Carion dans le Ploutos qu'il arrive qu'un esclave ait plus de bon sens que le maitre auquel l'a livre le destin.
The Indo-European root for the word rain, pleu, means to flow; one derivative is the Greek ploutos, wealth or riches, and even more distant, the name of the plover, a shore bird which the Hopi could not have seen after they settled in Northern Arizona.