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Artemis (mythology)
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Artemis was the Greek goddess of hunting (AUDIO: Project: Lazarus) and the Moon, as well as twin sister of Apollo. According to the myth, she accidentally killed her lover Orion with an arrow during a challenge with her brother. (PROSE: Byzantium!) As a daughter of Zeus, she was a sibling of Athena, Castor and Pollux, Dionysius, Hebe, Heracles, Minos, Hermes and Persephone too. (PROSE: Deadly Reunion)

Martinique told Chris Cwej that, according to myth, no man could see Artemis unclothed, on pain of death. Artemis Mons, a mountain in the middle of the Aulis Crater on Iphigenia, was named after the goddess. (PROSE: So Vile a Sin)

Her equivalent in the Roman pantheon was Diana. (PROSE: Byzantium!)

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When she joined the Forge, William Abberton gave Cassandra Schofield "Artemis" as a new name, after her amazing hunting abilities. (AUDIO: Project: Lazarus)

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