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Apollo and Artemis

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James Bauer and Maisie Cramer Apollo and Artemis Names of Apollo Greek:
- Apollo
Roman:
- Apollo Apollo is also called... - The Lycain (meaning Wolf-god, God of Light, God of Lycia)

- Mouse-god

-Phoebus (meaning brilliant or shining) Apollo is the God of... - Poetry

- Healing

- Truth - The Sun

- Archery

- Music - Oracles & Prophecy The Symbols of Apollo - Laurel Tree

- Dolphin

- Crow

- Mouse - Golden Chariot

- Golden Lyre

- Golden Bow

- Sun Traits of Apollo - Truthful
A lie never falls from Apollo's lips

- Master Musician
Plays the Lyre

- Healer Apollo's Family Tree - Father is Zeus

- Mother is Leto

- Twin Brother of Artemis Two Myths of Apollo LETO was a bride of Zeus, and the mother of the twin gods Apollon and Artemis. She was the goddess of motherhood and with her children, a protectress
of the young.

When Leto was pregant with the twins she was pursued relentlessly by the goddess Hera, who drove her from land to land preventing her from finding a place to rest and give birth. The floating island of Delos eventually provided her with refuge. The Myth of Apollo and Artemis's Birth PYTHON was a monstrous serpent which Gaia (Mother Earth) appointed to guard the oracle at Delphoi. When Apollo laid claim to the shrine, he slew the dragon with his arrows. The oracle and festival of the god were then named Pytho and Pythian from the rotting corpse of the beast. According to some, Apollo slew the monster to avenge his mother Leto, who had been pursued relentlessly by the dragon during her
long pregnancy. The Slaying of the Serpent Python Artemis Greek Name: Artemis

Roman Name: Diana Artemis is the
Goddess of... - The Hunt

- Wild Animals - Childbirth

- Virginity - The Moon Symbols of Artemis - Silver Bow

- Hunting Dog

- Hunting - Deer

- Cypress

- Moon Artemis's Characteristics
and Traits Part I - Virgin by choice

- Asked her father to grant her six wishes to assist her on the hunt

- Brought and relieved disease in women

- Protected young virgin girls Artemis's Characteristics
and Traits Part II - Has a group of girls to assist her

- Has hunting dogs

- Has a group of virgin Nymphs to watch her bow and hunting dogs while she rests Artemis and Apollo's Family Tree - Father is Zeus

- Mother is Leto

- Twin Sister of Apollo A Myth of Artemis Artemis, somehow, fell in love. This was with the mortal, Orion. As she was in love, her twin brother, Apollo, grew jealous of him for taking his sister's time and attention from him. So, in order to get rid of Orion, Apollo waited until Orion went swimming in the ocean. When Orion did, Apollo wagered with Artemis that she couldn't hit the "floating object" in the water. Artemis, beinging highly skilled with the bow, agreed, not knowing that the "floating object" was actually her lover. Artemis shot Orion, and when she realized her mistake, she quickly turned him into a comstellation and sent him to the sky. Resources "Apollon." Theoi Greek Mythology.
http://www.theoi.com/Olympios/Apollon.html Hamilton, Edith. Mythology. New York:
Grand Central Publishing, 1942 "The Story of Artemis." The God and Godess.
2013. 23 May 2013
http://www.godandgoddess.com/the-goddess-artemis.html
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