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Persephone is Zeus and Demeters daughter. One day while in the meadow with her mother, picking flowers. Hades was nearby bringing dead souls to the underworld. Eros, the god of love, shot an arrow at Hades and he instantly fell in love with Persephone. The first person he saw. He then raced up in his chariot of black horses and captured her to bring down to th underworld. Demeter, the goddess of harvest, did not let anything grow until she found her daughter. Then Demeter had a idea, she went down to the underworld and found Hades with persephone, and demanded her return. Hades, with no other option had to let her leave. but before she did he had her eat a few seeds (if you eat in the underworld u will have to come back) and one day Persephone wanted to go back and now she lives with Hades as king and queen of the underworld. persephone only lives in the underworld during winter and autumn, she is with her mother in the spring and summer. that's why there are seasons

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Q: What was the story of Demeter Persephone and Hades?
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Why did Demeter follow Persephone?

Persephone was Demeter's daghter, so when hades kidnapped her, of course Demeter wanted her back. Eventually, the time Persephone spent with Demeter and the time with Hades was divided. When Persephone was with Hades, it was Winter. When she was with Demeter, it was Summer.


What is rising action and falling action in the story Persephone?

The action and resolution within the story of Persephone, Demeter, and Hades.


How does winter happen?

In Greek mythology, Demeter is the goddess of harvest. Her daughter is Persephone. Hades is the god of the underworld and he kidnapped Persephone. To make a long story short, there was an agreement made between Hades and Demeter to share Persephone. When Persephone is with Hades, Demeter is so sad that nothing will grow and that is why winter happens.


Is Demeter married to Hades?

No. Demeter's daughter Persephone is married to Hades.


Why does hades leave the underworld in the story of Demeter?

To take Persephone, daughter of Demeter and Zeus, to the Underworld as wife.


What is the theme of Demeter and Persephone?

Loss and love: the loss of Persephone from the Earth goddess Demeter, the love of Hades for Persephone, the love of Demeter for Persephone.


What is the story on hades and Persephone?

Persephone (daughter of Demeter) was stolen by Hades to be his wife. Demeter searched the world and when she found out Persephone was in the Underworld she was mad. She went to bring her daughter back but she had eaten the fruit of the Underworld so she couldn't leave. They made a deal that for some of the year she'd be with Hades and for the rest she'd be with Demeter. That formed the seasons. Fall and Winter with Hades and Spring and Summer with Demeter.


What is an interesting story about hades?

Before Persephone became the wife of Hades, he had a lover called Mintha and either Demeter or Persephone turned her into the herb, mint.


Is Demeter Hades ex-girlfriend?

No, no, no. Hades had no woman until he abducted Persephone, the daughter of Demeter. Demeter was Hades' sister.


Who seized by Hades daughter of Demeter?

Persephone was the daughter of Demeter seized by Hades. Persephone later married Hades and became Queen of the Underworld as well as goddess of spring.


Did Demeter like Hades?

No! <3 because hades took demeter's daugther, persephone


How does the myth of Demeter and Persephone explain the change of the seasons?

Demeter was the Goddess of the Harvest, Persephone was her daughter. One day, while picking apples, Hades (God of the Underworld) kidnapped Persephone while Demeter wasn't looking. This made Demeter very sad, and all crops died and whatnot. When Persephone was returned to Demeter, everything began to grow and such. Demeter and Hades made a deal; Hades would have Persephone for three months, Demeter would have her another three, and six months was granted to Persephone to do what she pleased.


Who heard but did not see the abduction of Persephone?

Demeter did. Persephone's mother, Demeter, heard the cry of Persephone while she was being carried away by Hades. Hades was the lord of the dead, and carried her to the Underworld.


What does Hades steal from Demeter?

Hades fell in love with Demeter's daughter, Persephone. So while Demeter wasn't looking, he kidnapped Persephone and took her down to the Underworld. There, he made her his queen.


Who did Hades desire?

Persephone, daughter of Demeter.


Are Hades and Persephone related?

Hades, being the brother of both Demeter and Zeus, the parents of Persephone, was her uncle.


Why did Hades take Persephone?

Because Zeus promised Persephone to Hades to be his wife. Zeus just neglected to inform Persephone and Demeter of this.


What is the story of Persephone and hades?

Hades abducted Persephone, Demeter her mother went in search of her and her duties were neglected and humans started to starve, then Demeter learned where Persephone was and demanded her daughter back and Zeus agreed so long as Persephone had not eaten or drank anything while in the Underworld, but she had; so Persephone spends half the year above the earth with her mother and half below with Hades her husband.


Who went to hades?

Persephone the daughter of Demeter


Who stole Demeter's daughter Persephone?

Hades did.


The daughter of Demeter who married Hades?

Persephone.


What are important myths about hades?

Persephone and Demeter


Who does Demeter hate?

Hades wife Persephone.


Who revealed to Demeter what happened to her dauhter Persephone?

Hecate who heard the cry and led Demeter to Helios, and then led Demeter into the Underworld to Hades and Persephone.


How did Hades aquire Persephone?

Hades was promised Persephone as his bride by her father Zeus. But Zeus did not inform Persephone or Demeter of this. So when Hades went to claim his bride it turned into an abduction.