Diana Artemis with Deer Goddess of Hunting Statue 11.5H - 5555 -
Strong willed and powerful Diana (Greek name Artemis) was the goddess of the hunt and of the moon with deadly arrows. She was the daughter of Zeus and Leto, twin sister of Apollo. In the Battle of the Giants, she killed the Giant Gration with the help of Heracles (Heracles). One famous story said that the twins shot all of Niobe's fourteen children dead with their arrows to punish her slight to Leto. Remained unmarried, Artemis was also the protector of children, always accompanied by deer and her beloved animals.
Made from resin and crushed stone, light gray color, 11.5 in H x 7 in W x 4 in D. Weighs 2.3 lbs.
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