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  1. Apr 29,  · Persephone was raped by her father, Zeus, twice, and bore two kids by him. The name Persephone is thought to mean "destroy" and "murder." Persephone is the goddess of the spring season. Persephone was abducted by Hades while picking tioroctodoohasingpromecconzosubri.coinfos: 3.
  2. Mar 21,  · As a result, one day while Persephone was out picking flowers with her friends, the earth opened and Hades, on a horse drawn chariot, charged out violently, snatching Persephone to be his wife for all eternity in the underworld. Persephone shrieks, alerting Demeter to her peril. ‘The Rape of Proserpine’ () by Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
  3. Follow/Fav The Rape of Persephone. By: C. Jane Wright. Hades is no gentle, misunderstood soul and he doesn't play nice with anyone- even the woman he loves. The fact of the matter is it was rape. The other fact of the matter is she grew to love him. A lot of LEMON/adult so don't read if it offends. R&R.
  4. Persephone was the daughter of Demeter and Zeus and the wife of Hades. The myth of the abduction of Persephone by Hades and her annual return to earth from the underworld reflects a primitive conception of the periodic dying and rebirth of the plant world. Persephone was venerated by the Romans under the name of Proserpina.
  5. “The Rape of Proserpina” (detail). Image Credit: Wikipedia. The intricate, lifelike details with which Bernini imbued the sculpture further this story and give it an emotional depth that connects with the viewer. The way Proserpina’s hand presses into and distorts Pluto’s face, and the impression that Pluto’s hand makes in .
  6. Feb 13,  · The Rape of Persephone does just that. It takes the story of Haides and Persephone, and gives it an original spin, right down to a new take on the spelling of the Lord of the Underworld's name! The story is told from the perspective of Haides/5.
  7. Feb 23,  · The Rape of Persephone made a serious impact on the ancient Romans since it is depicted so many different times on Roman & provincial coinage. Since Marcus Aurelius was a highly educated emperor it seem appropriate to see this theme on one of his coins. Al Kowsky, Feb 22,
  8. Jul 24,  · Persephone facts explain how the personable daughter of god Zeus and goddess Demeter became queen of the underworld. While picking flowers, she was kidnapped by Hades and fed pomegranate seeds that.

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