the virgin goddess of the hunt and the moon in Greek mythology; one of the Olympian deities, daughter of Zeus and Leto and twin sister of Apollo; identified with the Roman Diana.
Olympian goddess variously associated with light, childbearing, viriginity, protection and the hunt. Twin sister to Apollo
In Greek mythology Artemis is the daughter of Zeus and Leto and the twin sister of Apollo. In Roman mythology, she was known as Diana. In Etruscan mythology, she took the form of Artume.
AR-te-mis] (Diana) Daughter of Zeus and Leto and twin sister of Apollo, she is virgin goddess of wildlife and the hunt. Although her arrows can inflict the pains of childbirth, she champions women's societies, such as that formed by the Amazons
Greek; Goddess of the Moon.
One of the most widely worshipped Greek deities, goddess of forests, hills, wild animals and hunting. The Romans adapted her into Diana.
Greek god of marriage, chastity, hunting, and moonlight. Twin sister of Apollo, daughter of Zeus and Leto.
Artemis (Greek: nominative , genitive ) in Greek mythology the daughter of Zeus and of Leto and the twin sister of Apollo, was one of the most widely venerated of the gods and manifestly one of the oldest deities (Burkert 1985:149). In later times she was combined with the Roman goddess Diana. In Etruscan mythology, she took the form of Artume.
Artemis is a tiny lunar impact crater located in the Mare Imbrium. Craters of this dimension typically form cup-shaped excavations on the surface of the Moon. It lies near the mid-point between Euler crater to the west and Lambert crater to the east.
Artemis (Greek, Modern: Î†ÏÏ„ÎµÎ¼Î¹Ï‚, Ancient/Katharevousa: Î†ÏÏ„ÎµÎ¼Î·) or Loutsa (Greek: Î›Î¿ÏÏ„ÏƒÎ±) is a suburban town in east Attica, approximately 25 km east of Athens, S of Rafina, NE of the Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport, E of the Attiki Odos (numbers 6 and 65) and N of Lavrio.