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Artemis

Summary: A facinating essay about the lovely goddess Artemis.  This contains myths that involve her and her works.
Artemis is not a popular goddess like Zeus or Hera. Her roman name is Diana. She is the goddess of the moon and hunt. Some people say that she is the protector of young women, childbirth, harvest, animals, and nature. In some cases, Artemis was the goddess of vengeance and death. Artemis was a virgin goddess and would bless women dying of childbirth by giving them a quick death. Artemis' parents were Zeus and Leto. She was born on the island of Delos. She has a twin brother, who is also a god, named Apollo. The goddess's symbols are the silver bow and a deer. Artemis's personality was very independent. She was aloof and free-spirited, and was not constrained by husband or hearth. She was believed to wander around in the forests, surrounded by nymphs. Artemis usually hunts with a pack of wild dogs by her side. Young...

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