Hades

Greek - God of the underworld, god of wealth. One of the Olympians. Son of Cronus and Rhea. Brother of Demeter, Hera, Hestia, Poseidon and Zeus. Husband of Persephone. He abducted Demeter's daughter Core and, as Persephone, made her his wife and Queen of the Dead. When Heracles captured the dog Cerberus as his twelfth Labour, he wounded Hades who had to go up to Mount Olympus to be healed by Ascelpius. He wears a helmet of invisibility given to him by the Cyclopes and is depicted as a stern god with a beard and crowned head, holding a key and a sceptre. Occasionally called Hades, Adamas, Adamas, Ais, Ais, Hades, Eubouteous, Eubouteous, Hades, hell, hell, Abyss, Bottomless Pit, Gehenna, Tartarus, Osiris, Osiris, An, Andjeti, An(d)jety, Apuatu, Asar(i), Asartaiti, Banaded, Khenti-Amentiu, Mendes, Sekhemtaui, Unbu, Unneffer, Un(n)o, Wenneffer, Wennoffer, Winefred, Babylonian Nergal, Greek Dionysus, Rhot-Amenti, Serapis, Uasar, Tartarus, Tartarus, Hades or Tartaros.
Greek - Hell. In some lore, occasionally identified as Hades, Adamas, Adamas, Ais, Ais, Hades, Eubouteous, Eubouteous, Hades, hell, hell, Abyss, Bottomless Pit, Gehenna, Tartarus, Osiris, Osiris, An, Andjeti, An(d)jety, Apuatu, Asar(i), Asartaiti, Banaded, Khenti-Amentiu, Mendes, Sekhemtaui, Unbu, Unneffer, Un(n)o, Wenneffer, Wennoffer, Winefred, Babylonian Nergal, Greek Dionysus, Rhot-Amenti, Serapis, Uasar, Tartarus, Tartarus, Hades or Tartaros.

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