Greek Mythology: Demeter And Dionysus

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Ages ago, there lived Greek gods who each had their own role in what they were in charge of that oversaw the entire world. The most powerful Olympians, who are known as the twelve, are the ones with the most capability and control. But, there were also other gods as well who looked after smaller parts of life. Demeter and Dionysus, the two great gods of the earth, are man’s benefactor as well as man’s destroyer; both have their honorable acts and deeds of dissatisfaction. The goddess of corn, Demeter, had a genuine caring and tender heart, but the tables seemed to turn when things didn’t go her way. In the book Greek Mythology by Hamilton, Demeter’s beloved daughter, Persephone, perished from her, causing the agriculture to wither due to

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