Persephone, Day of the Dead, Blonde, Flowers, pomegranate, seeds, Death, Greek Myth, underworld, Hades wife, painting by Rachel Walker by EdgeoftheWorldArt on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/157648922/persephone-day-of-the-dead-blonde
Minthe was a naiad in love with Hades and his mistress. When Persephone, Hades wife came upon the lovers in her anger she turned Minthe into a small plant. Hades later endowed the plant with a beautiful aromatic smell thus creating mint.
TWO PIECES DRESS elegant dress, butterfly roses print, black skirt, long skirt, crop top, sheer, evening gown, made in Italy, handmade
Some sources say that the name Mint originated from the Greek nymph Menthe, who was a lover of Hades. Persephone, Hades’ wife discovered this romance. To protect Menthe Hades decided change nymph into a mint plant. http://www.darkchocolatecourse.com/knowledge/6-spices-for-chocolate/
Costume design I did for the opera Orfeo. This is Persephone, Hades' wife. I designed her dress to be made of crumbled up paper with burned edges as a symbol as to what she was and where she come from to where she is now. Scorched in the underworld.
Heracles, chain in left hand, his club laid aside, calms a two-headed Cerberus, which has a snake protruding from each of his heads, a mane down his necks and back, and a snake tail. Cerberus is emerging from a portico, which represents the palace of Hades in the underworld. Between them, a tree represents the sacred grove of Hades' wife Persephone. On the far left, Athena stands, left arm extended. Amphora (c. 525–510 BC) from Vulci (Louvre F204).