Persephone, Krater, c. 4th BC, Antikensammlungen, Munich. Persephone was usually depicted as a young goddess holding sheafs of grain and a flaming torch. Sometimes she was shown in the company of her mother Demeter, and the hero Triptolemos, the teacher of agriculture. At other times she appears enthroned beside Haides.
Persephone...the daughter of Zeus and Demeter. She was the goddess of springtime and, after her abduction by Hades she became his wife and Queen of the underworld for six months of each year. The mint and pomegranate is sacred to her.
Exactly, I never understood why everyone despised him, he was freaking cool. I've been into Greek Mythology for about six years now, and I'm still a fan of the gods that most don't like. Nyx, Hades, and Hecate FTW.