In Greek mythology, Demeter is the Greek Goddess of Agriculture and Fertility. She is the sister of Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hestia and Hera, and the daughter of Chronos and Rhea. She was a member of the Twelve Gods on Mount Olympos. Together with Zeus, she had a daughter, Persephone (who became Hades' wife). Her Roman/Latin name was Ceres.