Pantheon: Roman, Italian
Ops is the goddess of planting, the harvest, abundance, plenty, and fertility. She is the mother of Jupiter. She is thought to be a wife of Saturn or of Consus. Her festivals were held on August 25th and December 19th. She was also worshipped during the Vulcanalia.
Romans invoked Ops by saying a prayer while touching the earth.
In art Ops appears as a woman sitting on a throne and holding a sceptre, a globe, and/or and sheaf of wheat.