by Caroline H. and Samuel B. HardingRetold by ReadOasis at Step 3

Hades ruled as the god of the Underworld, and he was also a brother of Zeus. But the Greeks did not think of him as bright and beautiful like the other gods. They believed he made the seeds sprout and push their leaves above the surface of the earth. He gave men the gold and silver, which they dug out of their mines. But more often, they thought of him as the god of the gloomy world of the dead. They imagined him as loomin...

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