Artemis is Αρτεμις in Greek.
Αρτεμις : Artemis
In English there is only one way to spell Greece. If you're interested in other languages Greece is spelled Ελλάδα (Elláda) in Greek.
The Roman goddess Diana had no kids. She was a virgin goddess.
Artemis was the Greek name for Diana, goddess of the hunt.
No. Diana was the Roman goddess of hunting. Artemis was the Greek goddess of hunting.
Nothing! Diana is the name "Artemis" in Latin. So actually, Diana is in Latin. Artemis is the ancient Greek goddess representing the Moon, sister of Sun, Apollo. She was a great huntress. When Romans adopted ancient Greek culture and mythology, they worshipped Artemis under the name "Diana".derived from an old Indo-European root meaning "heavenly, divine",
Diana was not a Greek god. She was a Roman goddess. The enemies of Diana are Juno and Venus. Juno hates her because she is the daughter of Zeus by another woman. Juno even boxed Diana's ears during the Trojan War. Venus and Diana don't get along because Diana is the goddess of virginity and Venus is the goddess of love.
Diana is not Greek, but Roman. Her Greek counterpart, Artemis, is the goddess of the moon and the hunt, twin sister of Apollo.
Diana is a good name and a perfect name for a gril...... Diana mean a song that an artist made.
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Diana is a Roman goddess; her parents are Jupiter and Latona.
The Roman goddess Diana's name in Greece is Artemis.
Diana is a Roman Goddess. Diana is also a virgin goddess.
Diana is the Roman goddess whose aspects are alike to Artemis the Greek goddess. As to where they come from in a historical perspective, that is still in debate.