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Like her mother and brother, who was widely worshiped at Troy, Artemis took the side of the Trojans.
At the Greek's journey to Troy, Artemis becalmed the sea and stopped the journey until an oracle came and said they could win the goddess ' heart by sacrificing Iphigenia, Agamemnon's daughter.
Agamemnon once promised the goddess he would sacrifice the dearest thing to him, which was Iphigenia, but broke the promise.
In some versions of the myth ,, Artemis made Iphigenia her attendant or turned her into Hecate, goddess of night, witchcraft, and the underworld.