Artemis

In Ancient Greek mythology, Artemis was the twin sister of Apollo, and the chaste goddess of hunt, archery, wild animals, virginity and childbirth. She was often depicted carrying a bow and arrows and accompanied by a deer, animal sacred to her.

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