A Greek Goddess of the hunt, wild things, and the moon
Who is Artemis
Artemis possesses the conventional Olympian godly attributes of superhuman physical properties, vitality, and functional immortality.
In ancient art Artemis was usually depicted as a girl dressed in a short knee-length chiton and equipped with a hunting bow and quiver of arrows.
To watch over children, protect new born creatures, aid women during childbirth, send plagues through wicked cities, kill men who committed rape, and help the hunt
Daughter of Zeus and Leto, sister of Ares and twin sister of Appolo
Artemis and Appolo are both bringers of sudden death and disease, Artemis targetted women and girls, and Apollo men and boys.
Leto, (Artemis mother) was a very gracious and loveable god but was hated by Hera, the wife of Zeus, for having seduced her husband. So when Leto became pregnant and Hera found out, she explicitly forbade any place under the sun to offer shelter to the sinful woman. She even held her daughter Eileithyia, the goddess of childbirth, firmly in her arms to prevent her from supporting Leto on her labor.
The bow and arrow, and the moon