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 Roman Mythology Clipart ETC
Diana Diana was a goddess of the Romans.
Sacrifice to Diana Roman goddess of nature, fertility and childbirth
Cupid Generally represented as a beatiful boy with wings, carrying a bow and quiver arrows, and is often spoken as blind or being blindfolded.
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He then carried it on his shoulder to Mycenae until he saw Diana, and Apollo Diana got furious then Hercules explained about the oracle and she healed it and let him go on his way with the dear to Mycenae.
This task was sounding easy to him until he found it was Diana.s pet.
qv.ithsnyc.org /eveams/myth.html   (255 words)

  
 Diana (goddess) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Diana was the equivalent in Roman mythology of the Greek Artemis (see Roman/Greek equivalency in mythology for more details).
Diana was the perpetual virgin goddess of the hunt, associated with wild animals and forests.
Diana was worshipped in a temple on the Aventine Hill and at the city of Ephesus where stood the Temple of Artemis.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Diana_(goddess)   (257 words)

  
 Diana (goddess) - All About All
Diana was the equivalent in Roman mythology of the Greek Artemis (see Roman/Greek equivalency in mythology for more details).
Diana was the perpetual virgin goddess of the hunt, associated with wild animals and forests.
Diana was worshipped in a temple on the Aventine Hill and at the city of Ephesus where stood the Temple of Artemis.
www.allaboutall.info /article/Diana_(goddess)   (257 words)

  
 Bulfinch's Mythology, The Age of Fable - Chapter 20: Theseus, Daedalus, Castor and Pollux
Diana (Artemis) removed Hippolytus from the power of his deluded father and false stepmother, and placed him in Italy under the protection of the nymph Egeria.
[see also: Characteristics of the Amazons] [see also: Amazons in Greek Mythology]
Hippolytus was killed, but by Diana's assistance AEsculapius restored him to life.
www.bulfinch.org /fables/bull20.html   (2992 words)

  
 Greek Mythology: ORION Giant Constellation
When he tried to violate Diana [Artemis], she killed him.
The waves brought his slain body to the shore, and Diana [Artemis], grieving greatly that she had struck him, and mourning his death with many tears, put him among the constellations.
ORION was a handsome GIANT who was gifted with the ability to walk on water.
www.theoi.com /Gigante/GiganteOrion.html   (2696 words)

  
 Hercules and The 12 Labors :: for Mythology
This also seemed to be an easy task yet the deer belonged to the goddess of hunting and the moon, Diana.
Hercules and The 12 Labors :: for Mythology
As Hercules was on his way back he was met by Diana and Apollo.
www.freewebs.com /trippnyc21/labors12and3.htm   (2696 words)

  
 Wonder Woman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In most adaptations, Wonder Woman is Princess Diana of the Amazon warrior tribe of Greek mythology.
Pérez and Potter gave her a pro-woman personality, and Perez's extensive research into Greek mythology gave more depth and verisimilitude to Wonder Woman's world than in her previous incarnation.
The initial arc was full of political subtexts, but more recent storylines have involved the mythology aspect.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wonder_Woman   (2696 words)

  
 Chapter Tironian Sign <i>to</i> Toads of T by Brewer's Phrase & Fable
According to the belief in Shakespeare's age, fairies were the same as the classic nymphs, the attendants of Diana.
The queen of the fairies was therefore Diana herself, called Titania by Ovid (Metamorphoses, iii.
Titania Wife of O'beron, king of the fairies.
www.bibliomania.com /2/3/255/1185/24378/1.html   (474 words)

  
 Dziewona
In Slavic and Polish mythology, Dziewona (or Zewana) is the equivalent of Diana, whose name is said to appear very late in Slavic history.
However, all her names that derive from Slavic language translate to "The Maiden." She equates to the goddess Diana in name and function.
She is the Polish virginal Goddess who is the huntress of the forest, and is associated with the Moon, spring, agriculture and weather.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/D/Dziewona.htm   (474 words)

  
 www.peopleculture.com - Information about Society and Culture Online
In ancient Greek and Egyptian mythology, the phoenix is a mythical bird and associated with the god Re and the Greek Phoibos (Apollo).
Phoenix (mythology) For other uses of the name Phoenix, see Phoenix (disambiguation) in Heliopolis ("the city of the sun" in Greek).
Floridas most devastating and damaging hurricanes of the 20th century learn about hurricanes damaging the keys andrew opal and much more.
www.peopleculture.com /content/chapter41.html   (15742 words)

  
 Diana the Living Myth 1: Diana/Artemis in Greek and Roman Mythology
Diana's role as nurturer and protectress of all began early in life.
The goddess Diana was a huntress, but she was
Earl Spencer, Diana's brother, stated at her funeral: "It is a point
www.webwinds.com /diana/diamyth1.htm   (336 words)

  
 An Etymological Dictionary of Classical Mythology
Daphne : a nymph in Greek mythology who was transformed into a laurel tree to escape the pursuing Apollo
Diana : the Roman goddess of the moon and hunting, the protectress of women
Irene : the personification of peace in classical mythology
www.geocities.com /Athens/Troy/1664/names.html   (314 words)

  
 Roman mythology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The original religion of the early Romans was modified by the addition of numerous and conflicting beliefs in later times, and by the assimilation of a vast amount of Greek mythology.
Roman mythology, the mythological beliefs of the people of Ancient Rome, can be considered as having two parts.
Other additions were the worship of Diana on the Aventine Hill and the introduction of the Sibylline books, prophecies of world history, which, according to legend, were purchased by Tarquin in the late 6th century BC from the Cumaean Sibyl.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roman_mythology   (1414 words)

  
 The Tour >> Lacus Solitudinis >> Moon Mythology >> Other Characters
Mythology: Pegasus was the winged horse, born of Poseidon and Medusa.
Mythology: Luna is the goddess of the moon and is considered to be the equivalent to the Greek moon goddess Selene.
Mythology: Phobos is the son of Ares & Aphrodite and brother of Phobos (as well as Harmonia).
thetour.animehunters.com /lacussolitudinis/myth_others.html   (1216 words)

  
 Probert Encyclopaedia: Greek & Roman Mythology (D)
In Roman mythology, Diana was an ancient Italian goddess, in later times identified with the Greek Artemis, With whom she had various attributes in common, being the virgin goddess of the moon and of the hunt, and as such associated with the crescent moon, bow, arrows, and quiver.
In Greek mythology, Dia or Eioneus was a daughter of Deioneus and the mother of Peirithous by her husband, Ixion, according to one legend, or according to another, by Zeus.
In Greek mythology, Danaus was a king of Libya and the father of fifty daughters, the 'Danaides'.
www.probertencyclopaedia.com /D1D.HTM   (1085 words)

  
 Diana, goddess of the moon / Artemis, from Mystic Realms
In Roman mythology Diana, goddess of the moon and of the hunt, twin sister of Apollo was essentially a goddess of the woodlands, her sanctuaries were commonly in groves, indeed every grove was sacred to her.
The Goddess Diana was the Roman counterpart of the Greek virgin goddess Artemis, daughter of the god Zeus and Leto, daughter of a Titan.
Diana, like the Greek Artemis, with whom she was constantly identified, may be described as a goddess of nature in general and of fertility in particular.
www.lundyisleofavalon.co.uk /godsetc/diana.htm   (453 words)

  
 Artemis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Roman mythology, she was known as Diana.
Diana was worshipped in a temple on the Aventine Hill where mainly lower-class citizens and slaves worshipped her.
In Wiccan tradition, Diana was the mother of Aradia by Lucifer.
www.encyclopedia-online.info /Artemis   (453 words)

  
 Diana - Wikipedia
Diana, the equivalent in Roman Mythology of the Greek Artemis.
Diana is the mother of wild animals and forests, and a moon goddess.
Diana is worshiped today by women practicing religion known as Dianic Wicca.
nostalgia.wikipedia.org /wiki/Diana   (453 words)

  
 The Tour >> Lacus Solitudinis >> Moon Mythology >> Other Characters
Mythology: Pegasus was the winged horse, born of Poseidon and Medusa.
Mythology: Luna is the goddess of the moon and is considered to be the equivalent to the Greek moon goddess Selene.
Diana was also a moon goddess and was worshipped on the mountain Tifata near Capua and in sacred forests (such as Aricia in Latium).
thetour.animehunters.com /lacussolitudinis/myth_others.html   (1216 words)

  
 Pagan-Christianity Today Part 2
ARTEMIS, in Greek mythology, one of the principal goddesses, counterpart of the Roman goddess Diana.
DEMETER, in Greek mythology, goddess of corn and the harvest, and daughter of the Titans Cronus and Rhea.
In early mythology he was represented as one of the primeval forces of nature, the son of Chaos, and the embodiment of the harmony and creative power in the universe.
biblicalstudies.qldwide.net.au /pagan_christianity_today_part2.html   (1216 words)

  
 Roman Mythology
In Roman mythology Camilla, the Amazon-like virgin warrior was raised in the wilderness by her father Metabus, king of the Volscians in Italy.
He tied Camilla to his spear and threw it and baby to the opposite bank, vowing that if the infant survived he would dedicate her to the service of the goddess Diana.
When Camilla was a baby her father, fleeing with her from enemies, came to a flooded river.
www.mulholland-drive.net /studies/diane_camilla.htm   (418 words)

  
 Bulfinch Mythology Chapter 33
Camilla, the favourite of Diana, a huntress and warrior, after the fashion of the Amazons, came with her band of mounted followers, including a select number of her own sex, and ranged herself on the side of Turnus.
This maiden had never accustomed her fingers to the distaff or the loom, but had learned to endure the toils of war, and in speed to outstrip the wind.
There is an allusion to Camilla in those well-known lines of Pope, in which, illustrating the rule that "the sound should be an echo to the sense," he says:
www.greekmythology.com /Books/Bulfinch/B_Chapter_33/b_chapter_33.html   (4190 words)

  
 Quia - Class Page - Sailor Moon Mythology
Endymion Myth Origin: Greek Character: Prince Endymion Mythology Endymion was a beautiful shepherd boy of Asia Minor, the mortal lover of the moon goddess Selene.
Selene Myth Origin: Greek Character: Princess Serenity Mythology Selene was the goddess of the moon and is most famous for her love of the shepard Endymion.
Later she is identified with Diana and Hecate.
www.quia.com /pages/sailormoonmythology.html   (4190 words)

  
 Egeria pharmacy (mythology)
In Roman mythology, the water nymph Egeria ("of the black poplar") was associated with Diana, presiding over childbirth (for her aid was invoked by women in labor), and sharing her wisdom and prophecy.
Egeria seems to predate Roman myth and to have been of Etruscan origins, for she was a nymph consort to Numa Pompilius, second king of Rome, whom she would meet in her sacred grove and whom she taught matters relating to being a wise and just king (Livy i.
Egeria was one of the Camenae who were superceded by the Muses as Rome fell under the cultural hegemony of Greece; so Dionysius of Halicarnassus listed her among the Muses (ii.
www.onlinepharmacy-now.com /site43/Ee/Egeria_mythology.html   (4190 words)

  
 WIC Biography - Marianne McDonald, Ph.D.
After his death, she turned into a well of knowledge dedicated to Diana, the goddess of the hunt.
Egeria was a Roman goddess who advised Pompilius, the ruler of the Eternal City, in the ways of wise legislation and forms of public worship.
Egeria is also worshiped as a goddess of birth.
www.wic.org /bio/mmcdonald.htm   (4190 words)

  
 Roman Deities
Venus, Mars, Jupiter (Zeus), Vesta (Hestia), Minerva (Athena), Diana (Artemis).
Venus was later honoured as the goddess of love and beauty, when she had became identified with Aphrodite.
According to the Roman writer Vergil, Venus had a mortal lover named Anchises, and she was the mother of the Trojan hero, named Aeneas, ancestor of the Roman people.
www.timelessmyths.com /classical/roman.html   (4874 words)

  
 Mythology
Some of their children were: Apollo, god of the sun, music and medicine; his twin Diana, goddess of the hunt; Hercules, man of strength; Neptune or Poseidon, god of the ocean; and Minerva goddess of crafting and wisdom (she and the Three Graces wove all the clothes and sails for the gods).
Even though Greek mythology has been in existence for at least 5,000 years, there are no followers of this ancient religion, even though it has influenced our lives in our language, literature, culture, customs, politics, astronomy, and our calendar.
There are at least 52 herbs that are influenced by the gods and goddesses of mythology.
www.herbsociety-stu.org /Mythology.htm   (3203 words)

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