“There are two Greek myths that explain how the Story of the Cornucopia. The first is that while hiding from his father, Kronos. Baby Zeus accidentally broke off the horn of the goat who nursed him. The horn then had the divine power to provide unending nourishment. The goat was revered by Zeus and was placed in the sky as the constellation Capricorn.
The second creation myth is that Hercules (the demigod son of Zeus), broke the horn of the river god, Achelous, during a battle. The cornucopia then became a symbol of harvest and prosperity and was associated with two goddesses. The earth Titan Gaia, the Greek goddess of luck, and Annona, goddess of the grain supply to the city of Rome. Since then the cornucopia has been a sign of plenty. In fact, cornu, means horn and copia, means plenty in Latin.”