Trivia Crack Answer: Artemis
About Apollo’s twin is Artemis
Artemis is the famed twin sister of Apollo. Artemis is one of the most widely known of the Ancient Greek deities, and is the goddess of the hunt, archery, forest, hills and the moon. Some scholars contend that Artemis was conceived even before the Greeks. Homer, the epic poet and author of the Iliad and the Odyssey, said of her, ‘Artemis of the wildly, Mistress of animals.’ Still others claim her to be the daughter of Demeter, the Ancient Greek goddess of agriculture, fertility, harvest, and sacred law. In the classical period of Greek mythology, both Artemis and Apollos are known to descend from Zeus and Leto, after Leto’s hidden beauty accidentally catches the eye of Zeus. Since Artemis was a virgin, she consistently attracted many gods and men, but the only one to win her heart was her hunting companion Orion. Orion was accidentally killed by either Gaia or Artemis. Artemis is furthermore the goddess of childbirth and virginity, the protector of young girls, and the cause and relief of disease in women. Artemis’ important symbols are the deer and the cypress.