Triptolemus from thence, who had been the companion of Osiris.
Cicero mentions a Triptolemus as the fourth judge of the dead.
She was sitting before the mess-tent, like Demeter before the House of Triptolemus.
It was founded by Argives, who accompanied Triptolemus in his search after Io.
“Ye had better wring your ain cloak, Triptolemus,” answered Baby.
We shall soon speak of Triptolemus in our description of Syria.
Something of the like nature was mentioned of Triptolemus, and Ericthonius: and the like has been said above of Hercules.
After an adventure like that of Demeter with Triptolemus, Isis obtained the chest.
Triptolemus: the fabled inventor of the plough and the distributor of grain among men, under favor of Ceres.
The date of the inventions of Triptolemus and Ceres is given; but Ceres is not called goddess.