Daughter of Zeus and Leto, sister of Apollo, Artemis was considered the protector of women, especially during childbirth.
From a young age, fascinated by her father's powers, she became a formidable hunter. The Cyclops made him build a silver bow and arrows and the god Pan gave him a pack of dogs.
Artemis had the legendary fight of assisting her brother in the fight against the giant snake python and also participating in gigantomachy.
The powers most commonly attributed to Artemis:
Hunting: As the goddess of the hunt, Artemis had the power to control animals and hunt them. She was often depicted with a bow and arrow, and was considered an expert huntress.
Protection of Nature: Artemis was also the goddess of nature, and had the power to protect animals and plants. She was often considered the protector of forests and mountains.
Protection of Maidens: Artemis was also the goddess of protection of maidens, and ensured that they were safe and healthy. She could also help young girls reach their full potential and become strong, independent women.
Health Care: Artemis also had the power to cure illness and alleviate ailments. It was often invoked to protect against diseases
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