In Greek Mythology, the Underworld was a misty, gloomy, and volcanic realm where all Mortals were judged in the afterlife and were either rewarded or cursed. It wasn't, however, called Hell, since even nice and virtuous souls were sent there after death, although the Underworld was split into different parts: the Elysian Fields, the River Styx, and Tartarus. Heroes of the ancient time dwelt in Elysiom (Isles of the Blessed), and was ruled by the God, Hades.
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