by Jonathan Rozmus

Twin of Light

  • Roman Name: Diana
  • Mother: Leto
  • Father: Zues
  • Children: None
Big image

The Hunter

Artemis was an immortal Olympian goddess and a twin sister to Apollo, whom she helped deliver after her own birth. She rejected marriage and love, therefore never having any children. Artemis was the protector of nature and the hunt. She also protected agriculture and animal herding. Artemis loved to hunt with arrows dipped in poison and she was usually armed with a bow and arrow. Her sacred animals were the snake, the bear, and the deer. I like the bow and arrow that Artemis uses, it requires focus and concentration to hit your target.