Goddess Diana

Goddess Diana

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The Roman goddess Diana was one of the three Virgin goddesses together with Minerva and Vesta. Closely associated with nature, the moon (a crescent moon is often shown as a diadem) as symbol of her close association to the seasons and fertility, hares (as animals which tend to be present by night under the moonlight and highly fertile), and with bow and arrow (as goddess of hunting).

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