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Transcript of Hades

Hades would be in control of where all the humans and animals go after their death. He was basically, in other-words, in charge of the underworld.
This is Hades Mother, also known as the Greek Goddess, Rhea.
This is Hades Father, Cronus, who would eat his newborn babies.
These are Hades two brothers, Zeus and Poseidon. (Respectively)
These are Hades three sisters, Demeter, Hera, and Hestia. (Respectively)
Hades had gloomy features. He has a beard and hair falling over his brow.
Major Accomplishments
Hades was one of the big three in the Greek world. He even fought along with his brothers and sisters against the titans. They ended up defeating the titans, and he also successfully kidnapped persephone to make her his wife.
Hades was important to the greek mythology because he played an important part of being the lord of the Underworld, without him being in control of the underworld there would of been chaos because no one would watch over and keep people in order. He also played an important part of kidnapping Persephone. For him doing this meant that the world would be able to have winter and summer.
Extra Information
Hades is only harsh when it is necessary. He might show evil actions but he must do these things to make sure there are rules and control in the underworld. For him keeping control in the underworld was to make sure none of the souls would be able to escape the underworld.
Hades had a family, he had a wife named Persephone, and children's, they were Erinyes', Zagreus, Melinoe and Makaria.
Hades also had a pet named Cerberus, he was a 12 feet 3 headed dog that guarded the entrance of the underworld.
Hades was an interesting god because he was one of the first gods along with his brothers to rebel against their titan father Cronus to take back authority over everything in the universe.
This feared god is also refereed as the good of earthen riches or "the god of wealth."
Even though Zeus and Hades might be brothers Hades envy's Zeus and is always planning evil plots to deceive Zeus and overthrow him from his throne.
Hades Dog
Kronus And Hades
Why is this god Interesting?
Kronus was the youngest of the first generation Titans. More significantly, he sired the gods and goddesses of Mt.Olympus. He was The Titan King in Heaven.
Cronus was the ruling Titan. His wife was Rhea. Their offspring were the first of the Olympians. Cronus for him to make sure he was safe he would eat each of the children as they were born. One day Rhea tricked him into swallowing a rock, but instead of Zeus. When he would grow up Zeus would then revolt against Cronus and the other Titans to then banish them to the underworld.
Physical Description
Kronus has brown hair laced with grey which is short in length and slightly unkempt. He sports a whiskery chin and moustache, and his eyes are wide, but framed by thick eyebrows. He also has a lean, athletic body.
Cronus Role?
Major Accomplishments
Only Kronus was brave enough to help Gaia when many of her children had been locked up.
Additional Info.
His name is spelled Kronos, Kronus, Cronos, or Cronus. Nobody for sure knows.
He was the titan god of time and the ages. He ruled the cosmos during the Golden Age, after castrating and deposing his father Ouranos (The God of sky).





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