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Artemis and fled
In shame Procris fled to the forest, to hunt with Artemis.
According to legend, when Leto was about to give birth to Apollo and Artemis, she fled writhing in pain to Delos.
The Krin either fled or were destroyed and the new Queen possessed " race memory " and being able to speak and know ; she helped Casey ’ s translation abilities, answered many of Ari ’ s and Zack ’ s questions and repaired the Artemis.

Artemis and Zeus
Apollo is the son of Zeus and Leto, and has a twin sister, the chaste huntress Artemis.
There are various other versions of his transgression: The Hesiodic Catalogue of Women and pseudo-Apollodoran Bibliotheke state that his offense was that he was a rival of Zeus for Semele, his mother's sister, whereas in Euripides ' Bacchae he has boasted that he is a better hunter than Artemis:
In the classical period of Greek mythology, Artemis ( Greek: ( nominative ), ( genitive ) ) was often described as the daughter of Zeus and Leto, and the twin sister of Apollo.
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.
Zeus appeared to her disguised as Artemis, or in some stories Apollo, gained her confidence, then took advantage of her ( or raped her, according to Ovid ).
In Jupiter ( mythology ) | Jupiter and Callisto by François Boucher, Zeus takes the form of Artemis / Diana ( mythology ) | Diana ( Pushkin Museum, Moscow )
But to have her, Zeus disguised himself, Ovid says, as Artemis ( Diana ) herself, in order to lure her into his embrace.
Either Artemis " slew Kallisto with a shot of her silver bow ," perhaps urged by the wrath of Juno ( Hera ) or later Arcas, the eponym of Arcadia, nearly killed his bear-mother, when she had wandered into the forbidden precinct of Zeus.
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 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.
In the Olympian scheme, Zeus is father of her twins, Apollo and Artemis, the Letoides, which Leto conceived after her hidden beauty accidentally caught the eyes of Zeus.
" Latona for her intrigue with Zeus was hunted by Hera over the whole earth, till she came to Delos and brought forth first Artemis, by the help of whose midwifery she afterwards gave birth to Apollo.
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.
In Greek mythology, Zeus ( the king of the gods ) lusts after a young woman named Callisto, a nymph of Artemis.
In the PC game Poseidon ( an expansion pack for Zeus: Master of Olympus ), the player can summon Atalanta to fulfill quests given to the player by the Gods, namely Artemis.
The most important deities were: Zeus, the supreme god and ruler of the sky ; Hera, his wife and goddess of marriage ; Athena, goddess of wisdom ; Poseidon, god of the sea ; Demeter, goddess of the earth ; Apollo, god of the sun, law, reason, music and poetry ; Artemis, goddess of the moon, the hunt and the wilderness ; Aphrodite, goddess of love ; Ares, God of war ; Hermes, god of commerce and medicine, and Hephaestus, god of fire and metalwork.
Though the Macedonians did not consider Philip a god, he did receive other forms of recognition by the Greeks, such as at Eresos ( altar to Zeus Philippeios ), Ephesos ( his statue was placed in the temple of Artemis ), and Olympia, where the Philippeion was built.
The main Greek gods were the twelve Olympians, Zeus, his wife Hera, Poseidon, Ares, Hermes, Hephaestus, Aphrodite, Athena, Apollo, Artemis, Demeter, and Hades.
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.
When they tried to mount heaven, Zeus with the help of Athena, Apollo, and Artemis, cast them headlong into Tartarus.
The Titanomachy: A beardless Zeus is depicted launching a thunderbolt against a kneeling Titan at the Gorgon pediment from the Temple of Artemis ( Corfu ) | Temple of Artemis in Corfu as exhibited at the Archaeological Museum of Corfu
As she would not be with anyone but Artemis, Zeus cunningly disguised himself as Artemis and seduced Callisto.

Artemis and Leto
Mythographers agree that Artemis was born first and then assisted with the birth of Apollo, or that Artemis was born one day before Apollo, on the island of Ortygia and that she helped Leto cross the sea to Delos the next day to give birth to Apollo.
But the island of Delos ( or Ortygia in the Homeric Hymn to Artemis ) disobeyed Hera, and Leto gave birth there.
In ancient Cretan history Leto was worshipped at Phaistos and in Cretan mythology Leto gave birth to Apollo and Artemis at the islands known today as the Paximadia.
Aeneas was helped by Artemis, Leto, and Apollo.
According to some because Python had attempted to rape Leto while she was pregnant with Apollo and Artemis.
Another variation states that Artemis was born one day before Apollo, on the island of Ortygia and that she helped Leto cross the sea to Delos the next day to give birth to Apollo.
For the classical Greeks, Leto is scarcely to be conceived apart from being pregnant and finding a place to be delivered of Apollo and Artemis, for Hera being jealous, made it so all lands shunned her.
This is her one active mythic role: once Apollo and Artemis are grown, Leto withdraws, to remain a dim and benevolent matronly figure upon Olympus, her part already played.
In Crete, at the city of Dreros, Spyridon Marinatos uncovered an eighth-century post-Minoan hearth house temple in which there were found three unique figures of Apollo, Artemis and Leto made of brass sheeting hammered over a shaped core ( sphyrelata ).
It is remarkable that Leto brought forth Artemis, the elder twin, without travail, as Callimachus wrote, as if she were merely revealing another manifestation of herself.
Another version, in the Homeric Hymn to Delian Apollo and in an Orphic hymn, states that Artemis was born before Apollo, on the island of Ortygia, and that she helped Leto cross the sea to Delos the next day to give birth there to Apollo.
Leto was threatened and assailed in her wanderings by chthonic monsters of the ancient earth and old ways, and these became the enemies of Apollo and Artemis.
He attempted to rape Leto near Delphi under the orders of Hera, but was laid low by the arrows of Apollo and / or Artemis, as Pindar recalled in a Pythian ode.
Veneration of a local Leto is attested at Phaistos ( where it is purported that she gave birth to Apollo and Artemis at the islands known today as the Paximadia ( also known as Letoai in ancient Crete ) and at Lato, which bore her name .< ref > Noted by R. F.
Achilles slew Thersites, and after a dispute sailed to Lesbos, where he was purified for his murder by Odysseus after sacrificing to Apollo, Artemis, and Leto.
The sixth wife was Leto, who gave birth to Apollo and Artemis.
Letoon, an important center in Hellenic times of worship for the goddess Leto and her twin children, Apollo and Artemis, and nearby Xanthos, ancient capital of Lycia, constitute a UNESCO World Heritage site.
* The giant Tityos was slain by Apollo and Artemis after attempting to rape Leto on Hera's orders.

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