(Roman name Diana)

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Goddess of Hunt and the Moon

Character Traits

  • 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

  • Deer

  • Moon

Interesting Facts

  • Has the ability to turn into a Deer
  • Has a sanctuary near Lake Nemi and in Campania

Work Cited

Roman, Luke, and Monica Roman. Encyclopedia of Greek and Roman Mythology. Print.

"Artemis." Artemis. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2016.

"Goddess Symbols: Artemis." The Goddess Symbols of Artemis. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2016

"ARTEMIS GODDESS OF : Greek Mythology." ARTEMIS GODDESS OF : Greek Mythology. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2016.