What does hades give to others
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Hades (Aides, Aidoneus, Pluto, Orcus)
Hades was the Greek God of the Underworld , the ruler of the dead. Hades in Greek means the Unseen. Although the name Hades was the name of the God himself, it soon became synonymous to the place where the dead people would go, so Hades soon became synonymous of the Underworld. Hades was swallowed by Cronus along with the rest of his siblings. Zeus was the only one who managed to escape, and when he reached adulthood, Zeus managed to force his father to disgorge his brothers and sisters. The six children joined forces with other deities and started the Titanomachy against Cronus and the other Titans, in which the latter lost.
FAMILY OF HADES
Hades received the underworld, Zeus the sky, and Poseidon the sea, with the solid earth, long the province of Gaia , available to all three concurrently. Hades was often portrayed with his three-headed guard dog Cerberus. The origin of Hades' name is uncertain, but has generally been seen as meaning "the unseen one" since antiquity. An extensive section of Plato 's dialogue Cratylus is devoted to the etymology of the god's name, in which Socrates is arguing for a folk etymology not from "unseen" but from "his knowledge eidenai of all noble things". Martin Litchfield West argues instead for an original meaning of "the one who presides over meeting up" from the universality of death. This deity was a mixture of the Greek god Hades and the Eleusinian icon Ploutos, and from this he also received a priestess, which was not previously practiced in Greece. In Greek mythology , Hades, the god of the underworld , was the first-born son of the Titans Cronus and Rhea.