In a room sit three great men, a king, a priest, and a rich man with his gold. Between them stands a sellsword, a little man of common birth and no great mind. Each of the great ones bids him slay the other two. 'Do it,' says the king, 'for I am your lawful ruler.' 'Do it,' says the priest, 'for I command you in the names of the Gods.' 'Do it,' says the rich man, 'and all this gold shall be yours.' So tell me—who lives and who dies? Power resides where men believe it resides.


(4/9) Greek Gods/Goddesses

ARTEMIS (/ˈɑrtɨmɨs/; Ancient Greek: Ἄρτεμις) Daughter of Zeus and Leto and twin sister to Apollo. Artemis is the Goddess of the hunt, as well as the moon (opposite her brother who is the sun), wild animals, wilderness, childbirth, and virginity. She is well known to have been the protector of young girls, every year inviting some of them to join her hunt. There are even legends that she turned the young boys who wished to join her hunt into girls so they may run with her. The deer and the Cyprus are sacred to her.