Pesephone and Demeter

The Return of Persephone, c.1891 (oil on canvas) by Leighton, Frederic (1830-96); 203x152 cm; Leeds Museums and Galleries (City Art Gallery) U.K.; English, out of copyright

What does Demeter do to get Persephone back? And how did people first learn agriculture? Find out about Demeter’s mortal escapades, a world held hostage, Zeus avoiding responsibility, and whatever you do, don’t think too much about the family trees. Featuring special guest Carson Cook from Pod with the Wind.

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