Chrysothemis, may refer to known as the attributes of the golden harvest as an agricultural demi-goddess. She is also the daughter of the goddess Demeter ("earth mother") and Karmanor ("he who crops").
Chrysothemis, the first winner of the oldest contest held at the Pythian Games, the singing of a hymn to Apollo. He was a son of Carmanor, the priest who cleansed Apollo for the killing of Python.
Walters, Henry Beauchamp and Samuel Birch, History of ancient pottery: Greek, Etruscan, and Roman, Volume 2, J. Murray, 1905. p.92.
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