The Cornucopia 

The Cornucopia, also known as the Horn of Plenty, is a Greek emblem of abundance, prosperity, and nutrition. It’s shown as a spiraling horn-shaped basket full of grains and fruits generated by the abundant Earth. The Cornucopia emblem can be traced back to Greek mythology, when Zeus was fed milk as a newborn by a goat named Amalthea. Later, Zeus honored Amalthea by making her a constellation (Capricorn) in heaven and giving her horn to his nurses, promising them an endless supply of whatever they desired from it.

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