Who si the goddess of death?
There is no goddess of death. The god of Death was Thanatos. Persephone, the wife of Hades and goddess of spring, is occasionally viewed as a "goddess of death" because of her status as Queen of the Underworld and whatnot, but this is incorrect.
There is no goddess of death, however there is a god of death, Hades
The Goddess of Death was created in 1904.
There is no Greek goddess of death, but Persephone is the unwilling queen of the underworld
The Greek god and goddess of death is Hades, and his (forced) Wife Persephone.
Nephthys was the goddess of death and divine assistance.
There is no goddess of death. There are several female spirits associated with war and suffering, and some goddesses associated with the underworld, like Persephone, queen of the Underworld, and Hecate, goddess of magic, but no "goddess of death." Thanatos is the personification of death, what we today think of as the Grim Reaper, and Hades was lord of the underworld and therefore the dead.
She was an ancient goddess of Egypt. She was the goddess of death and rivers.
She is the goddess of death and destruction, in some cultures she is the goddess of hate and crime.
"Taker of life" does not relate to any Egyptian god or goddess; there was not a god or goddess of death (that is, a god or goddess solely of death itself).
Freya was the god of sex, war and death
No - I think that was an invention of the writers of the Xena TV program. In Greek Mythology the Keres were the female daemons of violent death, Achlys was the female daemon of the death-mist, which is the clouding of the eyes after death and Makaria was the goddess of blessed death.
The Roman god of death and of the Underworld is Pluto.
Her name is Cere **pronouncedn(ser-si)
Hel, was/is said to be the goddess of the underworld and sometimes death. Some say though, that Holler was/is the god of death because he would/does drag people into his dungeon and torture people to death. He is however, the god of illness and chaos.
Callisto is not a goddess; she is a Princess of Arcadia who after death was placed as the constellation the Great Bear.
NET Opera Theater - 1967 The Death Goddess was released on: USA: 22 January 1973
Ker was goddess of violent dying, her brother Thanatos of more peaceful dying.
Persephone is both goddess of spring (life) and goddess who is Queen in the Underworld (death).
Persephone was a fertility goddess chiefly because she was a goddess of spring, the renewal of life after death (winter).
Her name is Hel. She is the goddess of the Norse's underworld (also called Hel) and is sometimes called the goddess of death.
persephone, daughter of Demeter (goddess of harvest) wife of hades (god of death n the underworldd)
Freyja the Norse Goddess associated with love, beauty, fertility, gold, seiðr, war, and death.
In the ancient Egyptian religion the goddess Nut never died. There is no myth of Nut's death.
Keeping that Hypnos is the son of Nyx - his sisters would be the death goddess Ker, Oizys the goddess of misery, the Hesperides, the Keres - death spirits - the fateful Moirai, Nemesis goddess of retribution, Apatê of deceit, and Philotês of friendship/sex, and Eris of strife.
Freyja is the Norse goddess associated with love, beauty, fertility, gold, seiðr, war, and death; Yes.
The Egyptian goddess Isis did not die in myth.
Yes. There is no myth of her death.
Im not sure.. but from looks in some pictures it looks like the goddess Nyx. Wrong: Nyx is the goddess of the night. There may be an unknown goddess of evil though. Could you possibly mean Persephone? She is forced to rule at Hades side during the winter. But she is the goddess of spring and flowers... Evil; It depends upon what you mean by 'evil', I'm guessing you mean murder or death; or such… Read More
Aeron = Carnage, Slaughter Merikh/Mirrikh = death, slaughter Mirrikh = Death, slaughter Mort/Morton = dead, dead sea Mortimer = Dead sea Than/Thanatos = death Libitina = death Morana = death, slavic goddess of death and winter Thana = Death Valdis = Swedish/Norwegian - goddess of the slain in battle Waldeburg = salvation of those dead slain in battle
Demeter is the goddess of harvest or agriculture. Some sources states that she is also a goddess the favor the sacred law of marriage and order as well as the goddess of life and death.
Kali is the goddess of time and of the transformation that is death (Kala).
Athena is a immortal Greek goddess, she is ageless and deathless.
Hera the Greek goddess never died.
Hera, being a Greek goddess, did not die.
freya was the goddess of love and death
The ancient Egyptain cat goddess Bastet did not die in myths.
Roman myth does not come with timelines for birth and death.
Isis did not die in Egyptian myth, her husband Osiris did.
Nephthys never died in Egyptian myth; she was a goddess of death and funerals.
Perhaps "Achlys" whose name means "death mist".
No, Demeter is the goddess of grain and fertility, the pure. Nourisher of the youth and the green earth, the health-giving cycle of life and death, the preserver of marraige and sacred law. Gaia was the known as the Goddess Mother Earth.
Weaknesses are the interpretation of the individual. Like most Greek Gods, Artemis was of duel nature: meaning she was both a goddess of birth and protecting young women, and also the goddess which struck women down in death.
death in chinese is SI you go all HEAVY when you pronounce the word, not high pitched.
Greek Gods are of duel nature, Apollo is a god of healing and Artemis is a goddess of birth and infants, in turn they can be god and goddess of death and sickness: Artemis striking down women, and Apollo striking down men.
Freya is the Norse god of love, beauty, fertility, gold, war, and death, and was extremely beautiful. This is somewhat similar to the Greek goddess Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty who was also extremely beautiful.
Boudica was not a goddess. She was the Queen of the Iceni tribe in Britain and unsuccessfully led an uprising against the Roman empire. There are several different theories for the reason of her death, including suicide.
She was the goddess of returning spring; the growth of plant life after winter (death).
Among other things, Artemis was goddess of hunting, the wilderness, young wild animals. She was also protector of women in childbirth, girl children until marriage (virgins) and also the goddess of sudden sickness or death among young women.