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Artemis and saved
Artemis saved the infant Atalanta from dying of exposure after her father abandoned her.
When she bore twin sons, she ate one of them while the other one, Iakhos, was saved by Artemis.
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.
She recounts her " sacrifice " at the hands of Agamemnon, and how she was saved by Artemis and made priestess in this temple.
Goddess Artemis saved me and substituted a deer, which my father sacrificed believing he was thrusting the sharp blade into me.
Nonetheless, the ensuing fight ended with Artemis nearly dying and saved by Jarlaxle, only to be taken to Menzoberranzan under his command.
While procuring the item, Jarlaxle and Artemis incidentally saved a local half-orc community from Zhengyi's tower, and the young wizardess who'd activated it.
After defeating Koboi's plan, Artemis later attempted to console Holly over the incident by assuring her that he had been over the situation and could see no way that she could have saved Root without prior knowledge of the plan.

Artemis and Iphigenia
Other sources, such as Iphigenia at Aulis, claim that Agamemnon was prepared to kill his daughter, but that Artemis accepted a deer in her place, and whisked her away to Taurus in Crimea.
The seer Calchas advised Agamemnon that the only way to appease Artemis was to sacrifice his daughter Iphigenia.
Artemis then snatched Iphigenia from the altar and substituted a deer.
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.
In some versions of the myth ,, Artemis made Iphigenia her attendant or turned her into Hecate, goddess of night, witchcraft, and the underworld.
Hesiod and Stesichorus tell the story according to which after her death Iphigenia was divinised under the name of Hecate, fact which would support the assumption that Artemis Tauropolos had a real ancient alliance with the heroine, who was her priestess in Taurid and her human paragon.
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 ).
Artemis was enraged with a sacrilegious act of the Greeks, and only the sacrifice of Agamemnon's daughter, Iphigenia, could appease her.
The priestess of Artemis, whose duty it was to perform the sacrifice, was Orestes ' sister Iphigenia.
This much is in Homer, who does not discuss the aspect of this episode in which other writers explain that the only way to appease Artemis was to sacrifice Iphigenia to her.
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.
In Euripides ’ Iphigenia at Aulis, Agamemnon is told by Calchas that in order for the winds to allow him to sail to Troy, Agamemnon must sacrifice Iphigenia to Artemis.
The priestess of Artemis is Iphigenia, and it is her duty to perform the sacrifice.
Iphigenia is by Athena sent to the sanctuary of Artemis in Brauron where she is to be the priestess until she dies there.
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.
Some very early Greek sources in the Epic Cycle affirmed that Artemis rescued Iphigenia from the human sacrifice her father was about to perform, for instance in the lost epic Cypria, which survives in a summary by Proclus: " Artemis, however, snatched her away and transported her to the Tauroi, making her immortal, and put a stag in place of the girl upon the altar.
In the dramatist's version, the Taurians worshipped both Artemis and Iphigenia in the Temple of Artemis at Tauris.
Other variations of the death of Iphigenia include her being rescued at her sacrifice by Artemis and transformed into the goddess Hecate.
Another example includes Iphigenia ’ s brother, Orestes, discovering her identity and helping him steal an image of Artemis.

Artemis and because
Sipriotes is a boy, who, either because he accidentally sees Artemis bathing or because he attempts to rape her, is turned into a girl by the goddess.
She was beloved by two gods, Hermes and Apollo, and boasted that she was prettier than Artemis because she made two gods fall in love with her at once.
Among other adventures, Atalanta participated in the hunt for the Calydonian Boar, which Artemis had sent to destroy Calydon because King Oeneus had forgotten her at the harvest sacrifices.
Artemis may have been represented as a supporter of Troy because her brother Apollo was the patron god of the city and she herself was widely worshipped in western Anatolia in historical times.
According to some because Python had attempted to rape Leto while she was pregnant with Apollo and Artemis.
Amphion's wife Niobe had many children, but had become arrogant and because of this she insulted the goddess Leto, who had only two children, Artemis and Apollo.
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.
In Greek mythology, the Niobids were the children of Amphion of Thebes and Niobe, slain by Apollo and Artemis because Niobe, born of the royal house of Phrygia, had boastfully compared the greater number of her own offspring with those of Leto, Apollo's and Artemis ' mother: a classic example of hubris.
Apollo sent his sister, Artemis, to kill Coronis because he could not bring himself to.
Cynthia was originally an epithet of the Greek goddess of the moon, Artemis, who was sometimes called " Cynthia " because, according to legend, the goddess was born on Mount Cynthus.
Prior to sailing off to war against Troy, Agamemnon had angered the goddess Artemis because he had killed a sacred deer in a sacred grove, and had then boasted that he was a better hunter than she was.
She eloped with Theseus after he achieved his goal, but according to Homer " he had no joy of her, for ere that, Artemis slew her in seagirt Dia because of the witness of Dionysus " ( Odyssey XI, 321-5 ).
His remains were contained in a chest near the sanctuary of Artemis Kordax ( Pausanias 6. 22. 1 ), though in earlier times a gigantic shoulder blade was shown ; during the Trojan War, John Tzetzes said, Pelops ' shoulder-blade was brought to Troy by the Greeks because the Trojan prophet Helenus claimed the Pelopids would be able to win by doing so.
He sent Meleager out to find heroes to kill the Calydonian Boar, which was ravaging Calydon because Oeneus had forgotten to honor Artemis at the harvest ceremonies.
Sent by Artemis to ravage the region of Calydon in Aetolia because its king failed to honor her in his rites to the gods, it was killed in the Calydonian Hunt, in which many male heroes took part, but also a powerful woman, Atalanta, who won its hide by first wounding it with an arrow.
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.
They also say that Artemis shot Buphagus on Mount Pholoe because he attempted an unholy sin against her godhead.
This is why Artemis has no other servants because Butler can do it all.
That the Greek goddess Artemis was often worshipped as a birth goddess suggests these seven Artemides are so called because they were also birth goddesses.
The latter was called " sealed " because cakes of it were pressed together and stamped with the head of Artemis.
After consulting the seer Calchas, the Greek leaders learn that this is no mere meteorological abnormality but rather the will of the goddess Artemis, who is withholding the winds because Agamemnon has caused her offense.
For example, in the anime / manga Prince of Tennis, Shuchiro Oishi and Eiji Kikumaru play together as a doubles team for tennis and as known as the " Golden Pair " for their talent, thus they are also called the " Golden Pair " when referring to them as a pairing. Another example is the series Young Justice, where shippers refer to Artemis and Kidflash as " Spitfire " because of a comment made by another character, telling Kid Flash to find his own " little spitfire ".

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