Artemis is one of the Olympian Goddesses in Greek Mythology. She is the Goddess of hunting, the moon, nature, childbirth, chastity, and animals and has a very significant place in the Greek mythological universe.
Artemis in Greek Mythology
As one of the Olympian Gods and Goddesses, Artemis had an important role in Greek Mythology and the lives of ancient Greeks. She was mainly thought of as a huntress and the protector of young girls. Like the other Greek Gods, she also had many other attributes and roles to play though. The daughter of Zeus and Leto, Artemis is the twin sister of the God Apollo. Like the Goddesses Hestia and Athena, she swore never to marry and remained a virgin.