Pluto

PLUTO WAS THE ROMAN GOD OF THE UNDERWORLD AND THE JUDGE OF THE DEAD.

He was the alternative name for the Greek god Hades, but was more often used in Roman mythology in representation of the god of the underworld..
Pluto abducted Proserpina and her mother Ceres.
This is a symbol of the Greek god, Pluto.
The borrowed Greek name Pluto is sometimes used for the ruler of the dead in Latin literature, leading to some mythology.
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