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Hecate The Greek Goddess Of Magic Was The Same With The Nymph Perseis

Know anything about Greek goddess Persephone?

In Greek mythology, Persephone (Greek Περσεφόνη, Persephónē) was the queen of the Underworld, the Kore or young maiden, and the daughter of Demeter.

Persephone is her name in the Ionic Greek of epic literature. In other dialects she was known under various other names: Persephassa, Persephatta, or simply Kore ("daughter", when worshipped in the context of Demeter and Kore). The Romans first heard of her from the Aeolian and Dorian cities of Magna Graecia, who use the dialectal variant Proserpina.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persephone

Greek Goddesses known for being petite?

Pullled most of these suggestions from the Theoi myth website ......

PAX - the Latin word for Peace.
PAKHET - Egyptian lioness goddess of war.

PAIDIA The goddess of play and amusement. She was one of the attendants of Aphrodite.

PALLAS - A Nymph companion of the goddess Athena. She was accidentally killed during their war-games, and in her memory the goddess crafted the Palladium.

PANDIA (Pandeia) A goddess daughter of Zeus and Selene.

PANDORA The very first woman created by the gods. She opened the lid of a magic jar releasing the evils which plague mankind.

PAREIA A nymph of the island of Paros loved by King Minos of Crete.

PARTHENOS A virgin goddess. She was a Naxian princess who leapt into the sea to escape the wrath of her stepfather Staphylos. Her real father Apollo then rescued her and transformed her into a goddess.

PASIPHAE A goddess-witch of the island of Crete, the wife of King Minos. She was filled with an unnatural desire for the Cretan Bull and after mating it conceived the bull-headed Minotaur.

PEIRENE The weeping Naiad nymph of the fountain of the town of Corinth. She was loved by Poseidon.

PEITHO The Oceanid goddess of persuasion and seductive words. She was the nurse and close companion of the goddess Aphrodite.

PENELOPE (Penelopeia) An Arcadian Oread nymph. She was the mother of the god Pan by Hermes.

PERSEIS An Oceanid nymph loved by the god Helius. She was the mother of the witches Circe, Pasiphae and Aeetes.

PHAEA (Phaia) A wild sow which ravaged the town of Crommyon. It was slain by the hero Theseus.

PHOEBE The Titan goddess of bright intellect and the oracle at Delphi. She gifted the shrine to her grandson Apollo on his birthday.

PHOENIX A fabulous Arabian or Indian bird whose egg was hatched in flames.

POLYBOEA (Polyboia) A Spartan maiden who became an immortal attendant of the goddess Artemis.

PSYCHE (Psykhe) The goddess of the soul, wife of the love-god Eros. She was originally a mortal princess who rivaled Aphrodite in beauty

Big Help Out With Greek And Roman Gods?

1. narcissus
2. Orpheus
3.Heracles
4.echo

What's a good name for a female great dane?

please don't say tiny, mini, etc.

or sparky, max, etc. (common names)

i want a really different (preferably 2-syllable or with a 2-syllable nickname) name that has a good meaning behind it. please give names and meanings. i love greek/roman gods names.. but not hera or athena.. i want unique ones

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How do I write Hekate in Greek?

Hecate, Athenian red-figure bell krater C5th B.C., Metropolitan Museum of ArtHEKATE (Hecate) was the goddess of magic, witchcraft, the night, moon, ghosts and necromancy. She was the only child of the Titanes Perses and Asteria from whom she received her power over heaven, earth, and sea.Hekate assisted Demeter in her search for Persephone, guiding her through the night with flaming torches. After the mother-daughter reunion became she Persephone's minister and companion in Haides.Three metamorphosis myths describe the origins of her animal familiars: the black she-dog and the polecat (a mustelid house pet kept by the ancients to hunt vermin). The dog was the Trojan Queen Hekabe (Hecuba) who leapt into the sea after the fall of Troy and was transformed by the goddess. The polecat was either the witch Gale, turned as punishment for her incontinence, or Galinthias, midwife of Alkmene (Alcmena), who was transformed by the enraged goddess Eileithyia but adopted by the sympathetic Hekate.Hekate was usually depicted in Greek vase painting as a woman holding twin torches. Sometimes she was dressed in a knee-length maiden's skirt and hunting boots, much like Artemis. In statuary Hekate was often depicted in triple form as a goddess of crossroads.Her name means "worker from afar" from the Greek word hekatos. The masculine form of the name, Hekatos, was a common epithet of the god Apollon.Hekate was identified with a number of other goddesses including Artemis, Selene (the Moon), Despoine, the sea-goddess Krataeis (Crataeis), the goddess of the Taurian Khersonese in Skythia, the Kolkhian (Colchian) nymph Perseis, the heroine Iphigeneia, the Thracian goddesses Bendis and Kotys (Cotys), the Euboian nymph Maira (the Dog-Star), the Eleusinian nymph Daeira and the Boiotian nymph Herkyna (Hercyna).

How did the Greek gods, Zeus and Poseidon, die?

They didn't.Greek gods are immortal. They cannot truly 'die'. In order to 'kill' the gods, you have to destroy the significance their domains hold. For example, if Zeus has to 'die', his domain; the sky and the lightning must hold no significance. That means that when the sky and the lightning are no longer acknowledged and worshipped by the people, only then can Zeus die.Similar is the case with Poseidon. For Poseidon; The God of Oceans and Seas, Earthquakes, and Horses, to die, people must no longer acknowledge these bodies. In fact, only two gods are said to have truly died.One is Pan; The God of Nature, The Wild, and The Shepherds.Pan is said to have died when people ceased to worship nature and the wild. People stopped worshiping the nature spirits, the Naiads, the nymphs etc.In fact it is almost widely accepted that the death of Pan marked the advent of theology and Christianity. It is said that Christ was born as soon as Pan died ( It is not clear whether Christ was born after Pan died or Pan died after Christ was born ). People stopped worshiping the nature and started worshiping Christ. As a result nature went un-acknowledged and Pan “died”.The other god is Asclepius; God of Medicine, Healing, and Rejuvenation.His myth is very different. Asclepius is said to have been killed by Zeus as Asclepius had brought back Hippolytus back from the dead in exchange for gold. This angers Hades who asks Zeus to kill him. Zeus kills him with his thunderbolt. It is said that later Zeus brings him back and orders him not to bring back anyone from the dead without his permission.Hope my answer helps!

Who are all of Zeus children?

This is the most complete list of Zeus' children I've come across on the internet :
http://www.theoi.com/Olympios/ZeusFamily...

It lists all his god-children first followed by the mortal ones. There are literally hundreds!