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Who is the goddess of springtime in Greek mythology?

Persephone, daughter of Demeter, is the goddess of springtime. She is married to Hades, god of the underworld.


Who is the Greek goddess of springtime?

Persephone


Who was the goddess of springtime and harvest?

Demeter.


What did persephone do?

Persephone is the Goddess of Springtime, and The Queen & Goddess of the Underworld.


Who was goddess of love and flowers?

Aphrodite was the goddess of love. Persephone was the goddess of flowers and Springtime.


What are Persephone's powers?

shes the goddess of springtime


What is Persephone's specialty?

shes the goddess of springtime


What does Persephone have control of?

She was the Goddess of Flowers and springtime.


What is the job of Persephone?

Persephone is the goddess of springtime


Is Proserpina the goddess of flowers?

No, Flora is. Proserpina, or Proserpine was the Roman goddess of springtime.


What was Proserpina the goddess of?

Proserpina was the Roman goddess of springtime. Her Greek equivalent was Persephone.


Who was Proserpina?

The Roman goddess of Springtime, flowers, and the Queen of the Underworld.


Who is the greek goddes of nature?

There are two: Demeter, Goddess of Agriculture and Persephone, Goddess of Springtime and Flowers.


Who was the Greek god of spring?

Demeter is the goddess of all seasons, but her daughter, Persephone, is the goddess of springtime.


Who is the Greek goddess of flowers in autumn?

the goddess of springtime (therefore all flowers) is Persephone, Hades' wife


Which Greek goddess was kidnapped and why?

Persephone, the goddess of springtime was kidnapped by Hades, the god of the Underworld to become his wife.


Who was the goddess of springtime in the Greek mythology?

Persephone, daughter of Demeter and Zeus.


Was Proserpina the goddess of the underworld?

She wasn't technically known as the goddess of the underworld, but rather as the goddess of springtime. However, her husband, Pluto, was the god of the underworld.


Did Demeter and her husband have children?

Yes, Demeter did have children, such as Persephone (goddess of springtime).


What was persephone role?

Persephone is the goddess of springtime and the underworld. she is also hades wife.


What is the greek god Chloris the goddess of?

Chloris wasn't a Greek goddess. She was a nymph most commonly associated with springtime and flowers.


Who was the Roman goddess of springtime?

Although the ancient Romans did not have a goddess specifically for springtime, the festival honoring the goddess Flora, called the Floralia, was held in late April. This festival was celebrated with flowers decking all public buildings and temples and the people dressing in colorful clothing. Flora was the goddess of flowers and vegetation.


Was Persephone considered a goddess?

Yes! Persephone is the goddess of springtime, and she is the wife of Hades, which makes her also queen of the underworld. Persephone is daughter of the goddess of harvest, Demeter.


What god is peresophne?

Persephone was the Greek goddess of springtime. She lives with her husband, Hades, in the underworld.


What was Persephone the goddess of?

Persephone was the goddess of springtime, and Demeter, the goddess of the harvest's daughter.Persephone is the Goddess of the Underworld and the Goddess of Harvest. She is the Goddess of the Underworld because she was forced to marry Hades, God Of The Underworld, and Goddess of Earth because she is the daughter Of Demeter, Goddess of Bountiful Harvest.