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The name Kalliste ( Καλλίστη ), " most beautiful ", may be recognized as an epithet of the goddess herself, though none of the inscriptions at Athens that record priests of Artemis Kalliste ( Άρτεμις Καλλίστη ), date before the third century BCE.
The " Mistress of the animals ", later called Artemis, who was the first nymph, may be identified as the Minoan Britomartis, and has similar functions with the Sumerian Ninhursag.
Euripides ' tale of Artemis and Actaeon, for example, may be seen as a caution against disrespect of prey, or impudent boasting.
The deus ex machina salvation in some versions of Iphigeneia ( who was about to be sacrificed by her father Agamemnon ) and her replacement with a deer by the goddess Artemis, may be a vestigial memory of the abandonment and discrediting of the practice of human sacrifice among the Greeks in favour of animal sacrifice.
Her function may be paralleled by the Greek Artemis Orthia, if interpreted as the Artemis who lifts or raises children.
The Erectheion caryatids, in a shrine dedicated to an archaic king of Athens, may therefore represent priestesses of Artemis in Karyæ, a place named for the " nut-tree sisterhood " – apparently in Mycenaean times, like other plural feminine toponyms, such as Hyrai or Athens itself.
Often the epithet is the result of fusion of the Olympian divinity with an older one: Poseidon Erechtheus, Artemis Orthia, reflect intercultural equations of a divinity with an older one, that is generally considered its pendant ; thus most Roman gods and goddesses, especially the Twelve Olympians, had traditional counterparts in Greek, Etruscan, and most other Mediterranean pantheons, e. g. Jupiter as head of the Olympian Gods with Zeus, but in specific cult places there may even be a different equation, based on one specific aspect of the divinity.
Artemis may also refer to:
A fragment of the play may indicate that Artemis appeared to console Clytemnestra and assure her that her daughter had not been sacrificed after all, but this Euripidean end, if it existed, is not extant.
Apollo sends him to steal a sacred statue of Artemis to bring back to Athens so that he may be set free.
The moon may be a reference to the Greek goddess Artemis, the ultimate independent woman warrior.
Artemis is required for opening the hairpins that are formed on DNA ends during V ( D ) J recombination, a specific type of NHEJ, and may also participate in end trimming during general NHEJ.
Artemis, the eponymous goddess of hunting, is seen using a curved bow, which may have been typical of Scythian tribes and further supports his affiliation with them.
Artemis Fowl may refer to:

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* Ephesos, a Lydian Amazon, after whom the city of Ephesus was thought to have been named ; she was also said to have been the first to honor Artemis and to have surnamed the goddess Ephesia.
A poem of Callimachus to the goddess " who amuses herself on mountains with archery " imagines some charming vignettes: according to Callimachus, at three years old, Artemis, while sitting on the knee of her father, Zeus, asked him to grant her six wishes: to remain always a virgin ; to have many names to set her apart from her brother Apollo ; to be the Phaesporia or Light Bringer ; to have a bow and arrow and a knee-length tunic so that she could hunt ; to have sixty " daughters of Okeanos ", all nine years of age, to be her choir ; and for twenty Amnisides Nymphs as handmaidens to watch her dogs and bow while she rested.
Various myths have been told around what happened after Artemis took her.
But to have her, Zeus disguised himself, Ovid says, as Artemis ( Diana ) herself, in order to lure her into his embrace.
The Minoan goddess represented in seals and other remains, whom Greeks called Potnia Thēron ' Mistress of Animals ', many of whose attributes were later also absorbed by Artemis, seems to have been a mother goddess type, for in some representations she suckles the animals that she holds.
The cult in the Temple of Artemis ( Diana ) at Ephesus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World possibly originated with the observation of a meteorite fall which was understood by contemporaries to have fallen to the earth from Zeus, the principal Greek deity.
Quaggas have appeared in several books including The Mysterious Island, Jurassic Park, The Lost World, Artemis Fowl: The Time Paradox by Eoin Colfer, Skybreaker by Kenneth Oppel, King Solomon's Mines by H. Rider Haggard and the short story " King of the Beasts " by Philip José Farmer.
These resulted in many godly and heroic offspring, including Athena, Apollo and Artemis, Hermes, Persephone ( by Demeter ), Dionysus, Perseus, Heracles, Helen of Troy, Minos, and the Muses ( by Mnemosyne ); by Hera, he is usually said to have fathered Ares, Hebe and Hephaestus.
Adonis was killed by a wild boar, said to have been sent vicariously by Artemis, jealous of Adonis ' hunting skills or in retaliation for Aphrodite instigating the death of Hippolytus, a favorite of the huntress goddess ; or by Aphrodite's paramour, Ares, who was jealous of Aphrodite's love for Adonis ; or by Apollo, to punish Aphrodite for blinding his son, Erymanthus.
These close identifications of Iphigenia with Artemis have encouraged some scholars to believe that she was originally a hunting goddess whose cult was subsumed by the Olympian Artemis.
Excavations at Mantineia in Arcadia have brought to light the base of a group of Leto, Apollo and Artemis by Praxiteles.
A prophet named Calchas told him that in order to appease Artemis, Agamemnon would have to sacrifice the most precious thing that had come to his possession in the year he killed the sacred deer.
* Certain mythological stories or deities that seem to have no parallels in the mythologies of other Indo-European peoples ( e. g. the Olympians Athena, Dionysus, Apollo, Artemis, and Aphrodite, whose origins seem Anatolian / Levantine ).
Artemis appears to have been divided in her motives, for it was also said that she had sent the young huntress because she knew her presence would be a source of division, and so it was: many of the men, led by Kepheus and Ankaios, refused to hunt alongside a woman.
Later mythographers have misconceived Taygete's transformation as a punishment from Artemis, for her loss of virginity in the rape.
He wanders, is purified, and eventually marries his cousin Hermione, who lives in Sparta ( he is also said to have traveled to Crimea to visit Iphigenia, who in some stories miraculously survived her father's attempt to sacrifice her to Artemis ).
Philammon was said to have established the tradition of the hymns celebrating the births of Leto, Artemis and Apollo, written by himself, being performed by choruses of girls at Delphi.
Artemis forgave him, foiling Eurystheus ' plan to have her punish him.
Artemis ( to whom the Ceryneian Hind was said to have been sacred, causing her to draw an arrow at Hercules, just like the constellation Sagittarius appears to be doing ), is a key player in the myth discussing the origin of Scorpio and death of Orion, and so has an association with this area of sky.

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While connection with Anatolian names has been suggested, the earliest attested forms of the name Artemis are the Mycenaean Greek a-te-mi-to and a-ti-mi-te, written in Linear B at Pylos.
Artemis believed that she had been chosen by the Fates to be a midwife, particularly since she had assisted her mother in the delivery of her twin brother, Apollo.
In later myths, Adonis had been related as a favorite of Aphrodite, and Aphrodite was responsible for the death of Hippolytus, who had been a favorite of Artemis.
Instead Artemis, having been born first, assisted with the birth of Apollo.
After their return to Greece, and having been saved from dangers by Athena, she orders Orestes to take the Xoanon to the town of Halae where he is to build a temple for Artemis Tauropolos and let a man be sacrificed there during every festival in atonement for his own sacrifice.
Their works consisted almost entirely of draped female figures, Artemis, Fortune, The Graces, when the Chian school has been well called a school of Madonnas.
In order to escape the persecutions of the Erinyes, Orestes had been ordered by Apollo to go to Tauris, carry off the statue of Artemis which had fallen from heaven, and bring it to Athens.
Among those who responded were some of the Argonauts, Oeneus ' own son Meleager, and, remarkably for the Hunt's eventual success, one woman — the huntress Atalanta, the " indomitable ", who had been suckled by Artemis as a she-bear and raised as a huntress, a proxy for Artemis herself ( Kerenyi ; Ruck and Staples ).
Oeneus sent Meleager to gather up heroes from all over Greece to hunt the Calydonian Boar that had been terrorizing the area, rooting up the vines, Oeneus having omitted Artemis at a festival in which he honored the other gods.
Robert Graves suggested that Aphrodite had been substituted for Artemis in this retelling of the mytheme of the eponymous Erymanthus.
Papert's daughter, Artemis, has been using turtle graphics to explore the relationship between art and algorithm.
Since 2000, Visa for Avalon, her early semi-autobiographical novels Development and Two Selves, her memoir The Heart to Artemis, and her historical novel The Player's Boy have all been republished.
The image shows that the Thracian goddess has been strongly influenced by Athenian conceptions of Artemis: Bendis wears a short chiton like Artemis, but with an Asiatic snug-sleeved undergarment.
Compassionate and caring, she goes as far as healing Butler from fatal wounds sustained fighting a troll, even though he has been integral in the plan to hold her hostage — this act goes some way to changing both Artemis ' and Butler's views on fairies.

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