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Artemis is also regarded as one of the Twelve Gods, the major deities of the Greek pantheon.
By the 5th century BCE, Artemis had a large statue raised on the island of Mykonos, and several temples dedicated to her all around Greece. She had also inspired a cult which begun on Chios, emulating her roles as huntress and protector of the wild, and then spread out into rest of the Greece. In addition, an armor set was attributed to her.
According to the stories, the Hind of Keryneia that Herakles captured was sacred to Artemis, whereas she'd sent the Kalydonian Boar to terrorize the region of Kalydon. Artemis also was said to have killed Ariadne, a Kretan princess who had defiled a place sacred to Artemis on Naxos Island.
- A lieutenant named Artemis is available via the Helix Store for the ship Adrestia in Assassin's Creed: Odyssey.
- The mural depicting Artemis with a bow in Assassin's Creed: Odyssey is based on a painting on an amphora from Late Classical period, depicting the Battle of the Giants and Gods.