Diana Allison GiamBruno

In Roman mythology Diana is the goddess of the moon, forests, and human fertility. In Greek Mythology however, Diana is named Artemis. Diana was sometimes called Diviana by others. Symbols associated with Diana are crescent moons, dogs, and arrows. Diana has a twin brother named Apollo, who was the god of the sun. She is also the daughter of Latona and Jupiter. Diana was said to be very selfish and possessive. Pan, the god of the forest had given her six male dogs and seven female ones. In ancient Rome Diana was part of the council of gods or Dei Consentes.

Citations - http://www.talesbeyondbelief.com/roman-gods/diana.htm




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