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Persephone is the Greek goddess of flowers and was so lighthearted, people called her the maiden of spring. But one day while she was picking flowers, Hades captured her and took her to the Underworld. Demeter made a deal with Hades so that Persephone could live in between the Underworld for 3 months and above for 9 months. Her sacred animal is the bat, and her Roman side Proserpina. CC

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was the goddess queen of the underworld, wife of the god Hades. She was also the goddess of spring growth, who was worshiped alongside her mother Demeter. Persephone was titled Kore (the Maiden) as the goddess of spring’s bounty...

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Persephone Pomegranate Pendant Hades’s unwilling wife, goddess of spring growth, and queen of the Underworld. For ages, pomegranates have symbolized love, fertility, and abundance.

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Persephone Pomegranate Pendant Hades’s unwilling wife, goddess of spring growth, and queen of the Underworld. For ages, pomegranates have symbolized love, fertility, and abundance. Sold on Etsy.

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Persephone-she was fathered by Zeus and Demeter. Zeus promised Hades the fairest maiden ever-Persephone, if Hades could just stay put in the underworld. He waited for many years.When Persephone was 18,Hades brought her to his kingdom. To stay in the underworld a person had to take a bite of the underworld food. So Hades tricked Persephone to have a bite on the pomegranate seeds. So finally he got his beautiful wife and Persephone was crowned as the queen of the underworld.

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The Abduction of the Goddess Persephone. Persephone is the Goddess of Springtime. She is the daughter of Demeter and Zeus and the wife of Hades. She becomes the Goddess of the Underworld and rules alongside Hades during part of the year. Although she is often depicted as primarily the victim of Hades' abduction, several myths describe Persephone as being a ruthless queen of the underworld and the dead.

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Persephone {goddess of the underworld & spring growth} "she who destroys the light"; daughter of Zeus & Demeter, wife of Hades

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