Zeus and Hera V.S. Hades and Persephone
Athena's Relationships with Other Gods and Goddesses by In the town of Koroneia in Boeotia, Athene was worshiped with Hades. Strabo. In Greek mythology, Persephone also called Kore is the daughter of Zeus and Demeter. . The myth of the rape of Kore was derived from the idea that Hades catches the souls . Persephone was gathering flowers with the Oceanids along with Artemis and Athena—the Homeric Hymn says—in a field when Hades came to. Hades in the ancient Greek religion and myth, is the god of the dead and the king of the .. Athena and Hermes helped him through and back from Hades.
Once she had him nestled in her bosom, he shifted back to his man form and made mad, passionate love to her. Once again he proposed, and this time she agreed. A lavish wedding followed, and almost immediately Zeus went back to his philandering ways. Another similarity between the 2 relationships was that both, Zeus and Hades, loved their wives.
One day Hera was so upset when she felt that Zeus no longer loved her since he kept leaving her for other women so she ran away. Zeus was used to her running away because she would always come back.
He planned that this would make her come out of the shadows and come back to him. Hera, being the jealous type, went to go see what this princess was like. She couldn't help but be amused to discover him making his vows, not to a princess, but a statue! Hera's laughter broke the ice, and she forgave him and returned to Mount Olympus to resume her role as wife and queen.
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Hades also loved Persephone. Hades was loyal to Persephone and never loved anyone else. Hades loved Persephone so much that he let her go for 6 months to be with her Mother and the other 6 she can spend with him. There were a lot of similarities but then, there were also many differences. One difference between the 2 relationships is that Zeus and Hera had a lot of arguments while Hades and Persephone loved each other and lived happily.
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Zeus and Hera had a lot of arguments about many things. You and all your secret plans.
Why don't you have the guts to tell me what you're up too? This was just one of the many arguments the both of them had. On the other hand, Hades and Persephone got along quite well.
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Their love was mutual. Another difference is the way that the gods fell in love with their maiden. Zeus and Hera had an arranged marriage and Zeus thought she was beautiful.
They were supposed to get married but Hera had done a good job avoiding the marriage until she was tricked. Hera, who no doubt knew that Zeus had already had six different lovers, spurned his romantic overtures.
However, Hades fell in love with Persephone in a heartbeat. To this end, the two friends journeyed to the underworld, but Hades thwarted their plan. He invited them to sit on the Chair of Forgetfulness, which cause its occupant to forget everything. Though Hades is the King of the Dead, he should not be confused with Death itself, which is personified by Thanatos.
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Cronus and Rhea were his parents. Poseidon and Zeus were his brothers. Hades rarely left the underworld. His presence was not welcomed by men or by gods.Ares and Athena the two faces of war
His dominion was separated from the land of the living by the following rivers: Styx, Lethe, Acheron, Phlegethon, and Cocytus. Hades employed the Furies, who were responsible for torturing the guilty.
The narcissus and the cypress are sacred to him. In his kingdom, Hades sat on a throne made of ebony and carried a scepter. Hades was known for his involvement with Sisyphus, the man condemned to the underworld to forever roll a boulder uphill.