Myths about the Roman goddess Diana for Kids Illustration

Roman Goddess: Diana
Greek Name: Artemis

 
 

Diana was Apollo's twin sister. She was the goddess of the hunt. Her father was Jupiter, king of the gods. One of her jobs was to bring out the moon. Some days she brought the whole moon. Some days, she only brought out a piece of it. It depended upon her mood. She loved her mother and her dogs. She even liked her twin brother, Apollo, but then all the gods liked Apollo.

If there was only one thing you could say about Diana, it would probably be that Diana guarded her privacy. She did not like people invading her space.

The Greek myth of Diana (Artemis to the Greeks) and the silly warrior


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