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Artemis goddess of chastity, virginity, hunt, moon, & natural environment. Daughter of Zeus and Leto. Her twin brother is Apollo. She is the lady of the wild things, the huntsman of the gods, protector of the young. Hunts with silver arrows. She became associated with the moon. She also presides over childbirth, which may seem odd for a virgin, but goes back to causing Leto to no pain when she was born. The cypress her tree all wild animals are scared to her.

Sin Diana Artemis goddess of the Moon and the hunt; twin sister to Apollo by Zeus and Leto

Aradia: daughter of Diana.  She serves as intermediary between her mother and humans.

An Italian form of witchcraft honoring the moon goddess Diana and her consort, the nature god Dianus, Stregheria is first mentioned in Girolamo Tartarotti’s Apologia Della Congresso Delle Lamie though persecution of Diana worshippers occurred as early as

Diana-Roman Goddess She is the protector of all things wild; trees, animals, flowers, and most of all women.

Gems of the Goddess

Diana-Roman Goddess She is the protector of all things wild; trees, animals, flowers, and most of all women. Reminds me of my Diana!

Druid priestess with sickle and mistletoe.

☆ Image of Druid Arch-priestess with Sickle and Mistletoe ☞ The Wicca Spellbook: A Witch's Collection of Wiccan Spells, Potions, and Recipes :¦: By Gerina Dunwich ☆

Heads of Goddesses (Flora, Diana, Ceres) | Anonymous, French | 17th century  Date: ca. 1600  The Metropolitan Museum

centuriespast: “Heads of Goddesses (Flora, Diana, Ceres) Anonymous, French, century Date: ca. 1600 The Metropolitan Museum ”

Diana the Huntress, by Guillaume Seignac

Diana the Huntress, by Guillaume Seignac

Diana the Huntress    Guillaume Seignac

Artemis/Diana - virgin goddess of the wild. She was the daughter of Zeus and the Titaness Leto. Diana the Huntress (Guillaume Seignac)

Diana goddess of the hunt who was worshipped on August 13th-15th in Rome by women carrying flowers to the lake of Nemi and offering votives.

Diana goddess of the hunt who was worshipped on August in Rome by women carrying flowers to the lake of Nemi and offering votives.

Artemis saving Iphigenia. 8623: Artemis og Ifigenia, rekonstrueret. Originalen af marmor findes i Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Romersk kopi efter aeldre forbillede hellenistisk 2./1. årh f.Kr. (Royal Ca…

Artemis and Iphigenia

Artemis

Artemis [’Αρτεμις] is the daughter of Zeus and Leto and the twin sister of Apollo. She is the hellenic goddess of the hunt, archery, wild animals, forests and hills, and the moon.

Artemis

Electra at the Tomb of Agamemnon; In Greek mythology, Electra was an Argive princess and daughter of King Agamemnon and Queen Clytemnestra. She and her brother Orestes plotted revenge against their mo

Electra at the Tomb of Agamemnon

The Story in Paintings: Frederic, Lord Leighton – Victorian eye candy?

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