Who is the Roman goddess of the moon?
The Roman goddess of the moon is Luna
The Roman goddess Diana is the Roman goddess of the hunt, the moon, virginity, childbirth, and wildlife. Her Greek counterpart is Artemis. Diana was the Roman goddess of the Hunt and the moon. Her Greek name is Artemis. Diana's symbols are a crescent moon, frogs, bow and arrows, and forest animals (deer, bears, lions, etc.)
The goddesses of the moon are goddesses that are associated with the moon. In Greek Mythology, Artemis or Selene is the goddess of the moon. In Roman Mythology, Diana or Luna is the goddess of the moon. Artemis, Selene, and Hecate make up the Triple Moon Goddesses. Artemis is the goddess of the crescent moon, Hecate is the goddess of the new moon and the dark side of the moon, and Selene is everything in…