Hecate

Greek - The three-headed or three-bodied. Goddess of darkness, fertility, moon, streets, the underworld and witchcraft. A Titaness. Daughter of Perses or Zeus. By Asteria. Daughter of Coeus and Phoebe, some say. Daughter of Demeter, some say. Mother of Circe. Mother of Medea by Aetes, some say. Mother of Scylla by Phorcos, some say. In some accounts she is Artemis on earth, Persephone carrying a torch in the underworld. Others say that she helped Demeter in her search for Core (Persephone) in the underworld. The triple aspect of her nature is represented by Artemis, Hecate and Salene but she is otherwise identified with Brimo, Cybele, Demeter and Rhea. She is depicted as having six arms, three or four bodies and the heads of a dog, a horse and a lion. Occasionally referred to as Hecate, Hekate, Hekate, Hecate, Persephone, Persephone, Core, Fersefassa, Hermione, Libera, Persephassa, Phersephatta, Phersephone, Proserpina, Hermione, Libera, Pherepatta, Roman Proserpina or Proserpine.
Greek - A poor woman who made Theseus. Welcome when he was hunting. The Marathonian Bull. Also commonly known as Hecate, Hekate, Hekate, Hecate, Persephone, Persephone, Core, Fersefassa, Hermione, Libera, Persephassa, Phersephatta, Phersephone, Proserpina, Hermione, Libera, Pherepatta, Roman Proserpina or Proserpine.
Roman - A name for Diana as goddess of death and the underworld. Occasionally identified as Hecate, Hekate, Hekate, Hecate, Persephone, Persephone, Core, Fersefassa, Hermione, Libera, Persephassa, Phersephatta, Phersephone, Proserpina, Hermione, Libera, Pherepatta, Roman Proserpina or Proserpine.

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