Who was Artemis?
Artemis was Apollo's twin. She was the goddess of the moon and the hunt. She loved her dogs, her mother, and her twin brother. She respected her father, the mighty Zeus. She mostly got along with her half-brothers and sisters, and even a few of her nieces and nephews. But to others, she was cold and pitiless, especially to anyone who intruded upon her privacy. There are not many myths about her because not many Greek storytellers had the courage to tell tales about Artemis. If Artemis heard something she did not like, her anger and arrows were swift.