(Roman name Diana)
Goddess of Hunt and the Moon
- Being known as the goddess of the Moon and of the Hunt, she is also known as the god of chastity.
- She's Protecting but only mainly towards animals of the wild.
- She's also a born caretaker. Directly after being born she also helped her mother give birth to her Twin Brother Apollo.
Family Tree and Relationships
- Daughter of Leto and Zeus.
- Twin sister of Apollo.
- Wise, using her wisdom during any battle and during any conflict.
- Deceitful, once tricking two giants into killing each other.
- Caring, she is also known as a goddess of women and children, she cares after women and young female children.
- Too agile, in one of the myths she's in she has a hunting companion who she falls in love with and accidentally shoots him.
- Easily Flustered, When Niobe says she is a better care taker than artemis's mother leto is, artemis kills Niobe's 7 children.
Some of Artemis's symbols are
bow and arrow
- Has the ability to turn into a Deer
- Has a sanctuary near Lake Nemi and in Campania
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