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Some myths suggest that Hades was dissatisfied with his turnout, but had no choice and moved to his new realm.This myth is the most important one Hades takes part in;  it also connected the Eleusinian Mysteries with the Olympian pantheon, particularly as represented in the Homeric Hymn to Demeter , which is the oldest story of the abduction, most likely dating back to the beginning of the 6th Century BC.After his death, he was brought to Olympus where he became a god.Besides Heracles , the only other living people who ventured to the Underworld were also heroes: Odysseus , Aeneas accompanied by the Sibyl , Orpheus , who Hades showed uncharacteristic mercy towards at Persephone's persuasion, who was moved by Orpheus' music,  Theseus with Pirithous , and, in a late romance, Psyche.Aidoneus, the Ruler of Many, is no unfitting husband among the deathless gods for your child, being your own brother and born of the same stock: Hades was often portrayed as passive rather than evil; his role was often maintaining relative balance.
Finally, Zeus intervened; via Hermes , he requested that Hades return Persephone.
Zeus Meilichios and Zeus Eubouleus are often referred to being alternate names for Hades .
Sometimes, artists painted Hades as looking away from the other gods, as he was disliked by them as well as humans. Persephone did not submit to Hades willingly, but was abducted by him while picking flowers in the fields of Nysa.
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Sophocles explained the notion of referring to Hades as "the rich one" with these words: He spent most of the time in his dark realm.
During his lifetime, he became a famous and talented physician, who eventually was able to bring the dead back to life.