That would be Persephone and Hades. Hades stole Persephone and her mother Demter demanded to have her back. Zeus ordered Hades to give her back, so he came up with a plan. When he released Persephone but gave her twelve pomegranate seeds. She ate six of them on her way back and anyone, even a god, must stay in the Underworld if they eat Underworld food. Because she ate six she had to stay in the Underworld for six months at a time, and Demeter (goddess of agriculture) is sad when she\'s gone so she causes crops to wither. (This explains winter/summer)
Almost every Greek God or Goddess is associated with certain items. The Greek Goddess Atlanta is associated with Golden apples, and running sandals.
Chloris wasn't a Greek goddess. She was a nymph most commonly associated with springtime and flowers.
No. She was the Greek goddess of the hunt, childbirths, maidens, and wildlife. She was also associated with the moon. Her twin brother Apollo is the Greek god associated with the sun.
Hecate is the goddess that is associated with magic and crossroads. She is commonly called the goddess of witches.
It is not a goddess, it is a god. He is the Greek god Apollo.
The oldest Greek God/Goddess is Gaea, the goddess of earth
No. The goddess of animals, Artemis, did change herself into a cat when the Greek gods went to Egypt to hide from Typhon. The Egyptian goddess Bast is associated with cats.
Anubis is the Greek name for a jackal-headed god associated with mummification and the afterlife in Egyptian mythology. So: not a goddess.
No. There's no Greek god or goddess named Adidas.
He is a Greek God.
Gaea is the Greek Earth goddess.
The Greek goddess of hospitality was Hestia. :-)