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话说月神在希腊神话中不叫Diana (狄安娜），而是叫 Artemis （阿提密斯）。狄安娜是罗马神话里的人物，不是希腊。这是阿提密斯的简介：Artemis is the Greek goddess of the Moon and the hunt. She is also one of the virgin goddesses, and She protects women in labor, small children and wild animals. As a virgin goddess, She, Hestia, and Athena are not affected by Aphrodite’s (Greek goddess of love) manipulations. 服饰：Artemis can easily be identified wearing her short tunic with flat-heeled sandals with a bags of arrows on her back. She is associated with many of the animals of the wild including the bear, the boar, the stag, the goat and packs of dogs. She is the goddess of the hunt and is thus associated with death, bows and arrows and youth. Her arrows, often used in the hunt, serve several other purposes as well. Artemis is said to have the power to infect people with a plague with her arrows as well as use them to punish those who have wronged her. She is associated with childbirth and may use her arrows to relieve those in labor. Artemis is also associated with the crescent moon, which she sometimes wears upon her head. Artemis, like Athena, is a chaste goddess and her many followers take vows of chastity while under the service of Artemis.出生：Artemis was the twin sister of Apollo (sun and moon). Artemis was generally viewed as the daughter of Zeus and Leto, although there is a myth that she is the daughter of Demeter (the name of the father was lost to antiquity).故事：Being associated with chastity, Artemis at an early age (in one legend she was three years old) asked her father, the great god Zeus, to grant her eternal virginity. Also, all her companions were virgins. Artemis was very protective of her purity, and gave grave punishment to any man who attempted to dishonor her in any form. Actaeon, while out hunting, accidentally came upon Artemis and her nymphs, who bathing naked in a secluded pool. Seeing them in all their naked beauty, the stunned Actaeon stopped and gazed at them, but when Artemis saw him ogling them, she transformed him into a stag. Then, incensed with disgust, she set his own hounds upon him. They chased and killed what they thought was another stag, but it was their master. As with Orion, a giant and a great hunter, there are several legends which tell of his death, one involving Artemis. It is said that he tried to rape the virgin goddess, so killed him with her bow and arrows. Another says she conjured up a scorpion which killed Orion and his dog. Orion became a constellation in the night sky, and his dog became Sirius, the dog star. Yet another version says it was the scorpion which stung him and was transformed into the constellation with Orion, the later being Scorpio. Artemis was enraged when one of her nymphs, Callisto, allowed Zeus to seduce her, but the great god approached her in one of his guises; he came in the form of Artemis. The young nymph was unwittingly tricked, and she gave birth to Arcas, the ancestor of the Arcadians, but Artemis showed no mercy and changed her into a bear. She then shot and killed her. As Orion, she was sent up to the heavens, and became the constellation of the Great Bear (which is also known as the Plough).Artemis was very possessive. She would show her wrath on anyone who disobeyed her wishes, especially against her sacred animals. Even the great hero Agamemnon came upon the wrath of Artemis, when he killed a stag in her sacred grove. His punishment came when his ships were becalmed, while he made his way to besiege Troy. With no winds to sail his ships he was told by the seer Calchas that the only way Artemis would bring back the winds was for him to sacrifice his daughter Iphigenia. Some versions say he did sacrifice Iphigenia, others that Artemis exchanged a deer in her place, and took Iphigenia to the land of the Tauri (the Crimea) as a priestess, to prepare strangers for sacrifice to Artemis.Artemis with her twin brother, Apollo, put to death the children of Niobe. The reason being that Niobe, a mere mortal, had boasted to Leto, the mother of the divine twins, that she had bore more children, which must make her superior to Leto. Apollo being outraged at such an insult on his mother, informed Artemis. The twin gods hunted them down and shot them with their bows and arrows; Apollo killed the male children and Artemis the girls. 奥利文是那个狩猎的ORION吧？他们相爱的故事我不怎么清楚，但倒是很多关于Artemis 为何杀死Orion的故事。她与奥利文的故事Artemis was responsible for the death of talented hunter by the name of Orion. There are many conflicting stories about why she killed him, but each story ends with the same sad fate for Orion. One account states that Orion tried to rape Artemis and she shot him with her arrows in retaliation. A second account declares that Orion boasted that he would kill all of the wild animals on earth, which prompted Artemis to send a scorpion to bring about his death. A third account claims that Orion tried to ravish the virgin goddess and she sent a scorpion to bite him, thus getting her revenge. A fourth account dares to claim that Artemis fell in love with Orion and that Apollo became jealous. One day while the twins were hunting in Crete Apollo spotted Orion swimming far out in the sea. Apollo, knowing that it was Orion, challenged his sister to hit the distant object with her arrow. Artemis, being the great huntress and an excellent shot, accepted her brother's challenge and pierced Orion's temple, thus causing the death of her beloved. When Artemis realized what she had done, she made amends by placing him in the sky as the constellation Orion.就这些了，希望能帮助你咯！