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Hades (Profiles in Greek and Roman Mythology) (Profiles in Greek & Roman…

by Kayleen Reusser

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gdom fairly. He was rich with jewels and rare metals found below the earth s surface. Those who cared for departed souls obeyed him without question. Other gods who lived on Olympus respected and revered him. Yet mortals feared him. Few temples were built in his honor, and Hades is rarely shown in art. Stories of Hades are full of love, jealousy, heroes, beauty, and justice. Read how this god of the Underworld carved a crusty, remote, yet distinctly different character that rivals all others in Greek and Roman mythology.

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Relates the exploits of Hades and his importance in Greek mythology and includes some of the stories about him.

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