The Greek Goddess of the Hunt
Artemis was the goddess of the hunt, shown with a quiver, bow and arrow, frequently accompanied by a deer. She was a loyal goddess and protector of the young, whether human or animal. She was also a virgin goddess and held that quality in great respect. At some point she became associated with the witch goddess Hecate and Selene, the moon goddess (Titan). Here are some questions about her, mostly about the people who crossed her in one way or another.
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