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According to Hyginus Artemis once loved Orion ( in spite of the late source, this version appears to be a rare remnant of her as the pre-Olympian goddess, who took consorts, as Eos did ), but was tricked into killing him by her brother Apollo, who was " protective " of his sister's maidenhood.
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According and Hyginus
According to Hyginus, Menelaus killed eight men in the war, and was one of the Greeks hidden inside the Trojan Horse.
According to Hyginus, sirens were fated to live only until the mortals who heard their songs were able to pass by them.
According to Hyginus, he carried her away to an island where he made her into an ewe so that he could have his way with her among the flocks, where Theophane's other suitors could not distinguish the ram-god and his consort.
According to Hyginus, the cause of the Titanomachy is as follows: " After Hera saw that Epaphus, born of a concubine, ruled such a great kingdom ( Egypt ), she saw to it that he should be killed while hunting, and encouraged the Titans to drive Zeus from the kingdom and restore it to Cronus, ( Saturn ).
According to Virgil's Aeneid ( 5. 38 ) and Hyginus ' Fabulae ( 273 ), Crinisus was the father of Acestes by a Dardanian woman.
According to Hyginus, Pleisthenes was raised by Atreus's brother Thyestes, accompanied Thyestes into exile, and was sent by Thyestes to kill Atreus.
According to Hyginus ' Fabulae, the story runs like this: " When Laodamia, daughter of Acastus, after her husband's loss had spent the three hours which she had asked from the gods, she could not endure her weeping and grief.
According to Pseudo-Eratosthenes and Hyginus ' Poetical Astronomy, the constellation Cygnus was the stellar image of the swan Zeus had transformed into in order to seduce Leda or Nemesis.
According to Hyginus, the Heliades were turned to poplar trees because they yoked the chariot for their brother without their father Helios ' permission.
According to some sources, mostly belonging to the Christian era, Laius abducted and raped the king's son, Chrysippus, and carried him off to Thebes while teaching him how to drive a chariot, or as Hyginus records it, during the Nemean games.
According to Homer, Calypso kept Odysseus hostage at Ogygia for seven years, while Pseudo-Apollodorus says five years and Hyginus says one.
According, however, to Hyginus, on whose authority alone the whole story rests, Agnodice disguised herself in men's clothing, and attended the lectures of a physician named Hierophilus, devoting herself chiefly to the study of midwifery and gynaecology.
According to Hyginus, he was killed by Aeetes, if indeed the text is not corrupt ; according to Diodorus Siculus, however, he was killed by Heracles during the latter's war against Eurytus.
According to Apollodorus, but not present in the list of Pausanias or Hyginus, Macednus is the tenth of the fifty sons of Lycaon king of Arcadia.
According and Artemis
According to Ovid, it was Jupiter ( Zeus ) who took the form of Diana ( Artemis ) so that he might evade his wife Juno ’ s detection, forcing himself upon Callisto while she was separated from Diana and the other nymphs.
According to some because Python had attempted to rape Leto while she was pregnant with Apollo and Artemis.
According to Françoise Hélène Pairault's study, historical and archaeological evidence point to the fact that both Diana of the Aventine and Diana Nemorensis were the product of the direct or indirect influence of the cult of Artemis spread by the Phoceans among the Greek towns of Campania Cuma and Capua, which in turn passed it over to the Etruscans and the Latins by the VI and V centuries BC.
According to the Homeric Hymn III to Delian Apollo, Hera detained Eileithyia to already prevent Leto from going into labor with Artemis and Apollo, since the father was Zeus.
According to some versions of the story, Hippolytus had scorned Aphrodite to become a devotee of Artemis, so Aphrodite made Phaedra fall in love with him as punishment.
According to some versions of the legend, the hunting goddess Artemis replaced her at the very last moment with a deer on the altar, and took Iphigenia to Tauris ( See Iphigenia en Tauris by Euripides ).
According to the Homeric Hymn III to Delian Apollo, Hera detained Eileithyia, who was coming from the Hyperboreans in the far north, to prevent Leto from going into labor with Artemis and Apollo, because the father was Zeus.
According to the earliest versions he did so, but other sources claim that Iphigenia was taken by Artemis to Tauris in Crimea to prepare others for sacrifice, and that the goddess left a deer or a goat ( the god Pan transformed ) in her place.
According to the Spartans, however, the image of Artemis was transported by them to Laconia, where the goddess was worshipped as Artemis Orthia.
According to Pausanias there was a statue of Artemis made by Praxiteles in her temple in Anticyra of Phokis.
According to a legend within the Greek mythology, the island's original name was " Letois ," after the goddess Artemis, daughter of Leto.
According to some sources, Hippolytus had spurned Aphrodite to remain a steadfast and virginal devotee of Artemis, and Aphrodite made Phaedra fall in love with him as a punishment.
According to a local Spartan version of the myth, Hyacinth and his sister Polyboea were taken to heaven by Aphrodite, Athena and Artemis.
According to legend, when Leto was about to give birth to Apollo and Artemis, she fled writhing in pain to Delos.
According to some sources, Hippolytus had scorned Aphrodite in order to become a devotee of Artemis, devoting himself to a chaste life in pursuit of hunting.
According to Greek legends, the Tauri were the people to whom Iphigeneia was sent after the goddess Artemis rescued her from her father Agamemnon, who was about to sacrifice her to appease Artemis.