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The Sailor Senshi rely on a central command which is run by two cats, Artemis and Luna.‘Sailor Moon’ Is an Oasis for Superheroes Who Can Save the Universe in Heels|Rich Goldstein|November 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He set fire to the famous Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, in what is now Turkey and then allowed himself to be caught.
The puppies come from more than 20 shelters across the country—Artemis came from Puerto Rico, just for the occasion.
Artemis Stefanoudaki, a 38-year-old photographer, lives on the razor-thin margin between poverty and destitution.
“They cut the head of Golden Dawn,” 21-year-old supporter Artemis Sarafoglou told the New York Times.
One was a boy whom she called Apollo, the other a girl whom she named Artemis, or Diana.Old Greek Stories|James Baldwin
Sostratus arrives at Ephesus as the head of a sacred embassy in honor of Artemis and so finds his daughter.Essays on the Greek Romances|Elizabeth Hazelton Haight
While this is going on, a priestess stands by, holding, in her arms the wooden image (of Artemis).Aristotle and Ancient Educational Ideals|Thomas Davidson
Iphigeneia was indeed sacrificed, but Artemis spirited her away to the country now called Crimea, there to serve as her priestess.Authors of Greece|T. W. Lumb
Agamemnon shoots a stag, and boasts himself a better shot than Artemis.The World of Homer|Andrew Lang
British Dictionary definitions for artemis
Word Origin and History for artemis
Greek goddess of the moon, wild animals, hunting, childbirth, etc.; sister of Apollo; her name is of unknown origin.