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Artemis and Athena

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Transcript of Artemis and Athena

Artemis
Artemis is the goddess of the hunt and the moon. She is the protector of animals and young women
Symbols
Artemis has many symbols.
Her symbols include
The Moon
Stag
Hunting Dogs
Bow
Athena
Athena is the Goddess of Wisdom, Weaving, and War.
Her Family
Athena has different parents according to different myths. Athena was born from Zeus head. She was born in a full suit of armor and a spear. Hephaestus used his hammer to crack open Zeus's head
Symbols
Athena has many symbols. These symbols include:
Owls
Olive Trees
loom
The Olympians
There are twelve Olympians who live on Mount Olympus Their names are Zeus, Hera, Demeter,Poseidon, Hermes, Dionysus, Ares, Aphrodite, Hephaestus, Apollo, Athena, and Artemis.
Artemis and Athena
Her Family
Artemis is Apollo's twin sister. Apollo is Artemis's opposite. He is the god of the sun and music. Her parents are Zeus and Leto

Myths
Orion
Orion is believed to be the only person Artemis ever loved. Unfortunately his tale is a sad one that leaves him as a constellation. He hunted with Artemis and Leto. He declared that he would hunt all the animals that Artemis wanted him to. Gaea sent a giant scorpion to kill Orion and it succeeded in killing him
Athena has many famous myths. The tail of Medusa and how spiders came to be all started with Athena.
Medusa
Medusa's tale is an unfair story. Medusa was by far the most beautiful girl in all of Greece. That is why Poseidon fell in love with her. Medusa faithful to Athena, did not love Poseidon back. Poseidon then proclaimed his love for Medusa while she was praying to Athena, in Athena's temple. Athena was infuriated and turned Medusa, even though she was innocent into the fearsome gorgan.
Arachne a talented young weaver challenged Athena goddess of weaving. They both sewed a quit but Arachne's quilt was obviously better.
Arachne
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