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Artemis, The Goddess


Artemis, The Goddess

Moon goddess, protector of youth, huntress

Role in the Artemis Project:

Artemis is the symbol of the Artemis Project. Today She serves as goddess-elect on the Artemis Project Board of Advisors.

Summary:

Artemis has millenia of experience as moon goddess and huntress. Her many accomplishments include aiding the Trojans in the Trojan War, rescuing maidens, and striking down those who practice the arrogant misuse of power.

Work experience:

She has held the office of Huntsman-in-chief of the Olympian gods. She is also known by Her northern Greek name, Cynthia, and the Latin name, Luna. As moon goddess, Her job is to illuminate the beautiful things at night.

Personal:

She was born on the island of Delos circa 10,000 BC. Her twin brother Apollo is the God of Truth and Light. Their father was Zeus, Lord of the Sky; their mother was Leto, a daughter of the Elder Gods, the Titans. Her favorite pastime is hunting. Her favorite tree is the cypress. She loves all things wild, but her favorite is the deer.

Biographies of People in the Artemis Project

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