Persephone

Mythological embodiment of the season cycle; as she returns from the underworld every year, so spring arrives.

Persephone

the daughter of Zeus and Demeter, abducted by Hades to be his wife in the lower world. The Queen of Hades.
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Persephone

(from the article `Stravinsky, Igor`) ...(1930), an overtly sacred work that is based on biblical texts. Religious feeling is also evident in the ballets Apollon musagète (1928) and in ...
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Persephone

[n] - (Greek mythology) daughter of Zeus and Demeter
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Persephone

Despoina noun (Greek mythology) daughter of Zeus and Demeter; made queen of the underworld by Pluto in ancient mythology; identified with Roman Proserpina
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Persephone

(Proserpine) Queen of infernal regions; daughter of Zeus and Demeter; wife of Pluto.
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Persephone

[instrument] The Persephone is an analog fingerboard synthesizer from the year 2004 in the tradition of the first ribbon controlled instruments from the 1920s. Beyond its vintage look, the Persephone allies sensors technology and digital controls to a pure analogue generation of sound. With its analogue oscillator, the Persephone can genera...
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Persephone

[sculpture] Persephone is an outdoor sculpture by artist Armand Toussaint created ca. 1840. The work sits within the center of a pool in Holcomb Gardens on the grounds of Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The sculpture depicts the Greek goddess Persephone. In 1993 the sculpture was examined by the Save Outdoor Sculp...
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Perséphone

[Stravinsky] Perséphone (Persephone) is a musical work (mélodrame) for speaker, solo singers, chorus, dancers and orchestra with music by Igor Stravinsky and a libretto by André Gide. It was first performed under the direction of the composer at the Opéra, Paris on April 30, 1934 in a double bill with the ballet `Diane de Poitiers` by J...
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Persephone

[The Matrix] Persephone is a fictional character in The Matrix franchise. She is portrayed by Monica Bellucci. In the films The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, Persephone is the wife of the Merovingian. She seems bored with her existence in the Matrix, and is disaffected by her husband (possibly because of his adultery). ==Films...
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Persephone

goddess of springtime and death, hauled as an innocent, flower-picking girl into the underworld by Hades, who wanted a consort. Homer called her the Iron Queen.
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Persephone

In Greek mythology, the goddess and queen of the underworld; the daughter of Zeus and Demeter, goddess of agriculture. She was carried off to the underworld by
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Persephone

In Greek mythology, the goddess and queen of the underworld; the daughter of Zeus and Demeter, goddess of agriculture. She was carried off to the underworld by Pluto, also known as Hades, although Zeus later ordered that she should spend six months of the year above ground with her mother. The myth symbolizes the growth and decay of vegetation ...
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Persephone

in Greek religion, daughter of Zeus, the chief god, and Demeter, the goddess of agriculture; she was the wife of Hades, king of the underworld. In ... [10 related articles]
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Persephone

Persephone (pursef'unē) or Proserpine (prōsûr'punē) , in Greek and Roman religion and mythology, goddess of fertility and queen of the underworld. She was the daughter of Zeus and Demeter. When she was still a beautiful maiden, Pluto seized her and held her captive in ...
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Persephone

Persephone is a Greek name for girls. The meaning is `sprng goddess` The name Persephone is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.)
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Persephone

Persephone was a Greek goddess (known to the Romans as Proserpine). She was the daughter of Zeus and Demeter. Hades obtained sanction from Zeus to carry her off by force and marry her.
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Persephone

Persephone was the daughter of the gods Zeus and Demeter. For part of the year she lived in the underworld with Hades and during that time Demeter refused to let anything grow.
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