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DUKE LETO
GIANT TITYOS
TITAN GODDESS
GOD ZEUS
RAPE LETO
JARED LETO
VIOLENCE
MARS
SONS
LABOR
HERSELF
MEN
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DIANA
AENEAS
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GODS
HUSBAND
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ORION
PYTHAGORAS
LOVE
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LETOON
LATONA
COEUS
ASTERIA
SLAYING
CHILDREN
LYCIA
TARTARUS
HUNTING
BIRTH
DIONE
GREEK MYTHOLOGY
HEKATE
GODDESS LETO
GODDESS
TITAN
HESIOD
DAUGHTERS
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Definitions

  1. Leto is the mother of Apollo and Artemis and is mostly worshipped in conjunction with her children.
  2. Leto was the daughter of Coeus and Phoebe. (Web site)
  3. LETO (Latona) was the daughter of Cœus and Phœbe. (Web site)
  4. Leto was the titan goddess of being unseen. (Web site)
  5. By Leto, a Titan, Zeus fathered the twins Apollo and Artemis, who became two of the most important Olympian divinities. (Web site)

Duke Leto

  1. One example is when Frank Herbert describes Duke Leto in one chapter, and then describes Lord Vladmir Harconen and the plot to kill Leto in the next chapter.

Giant Tityos

  1. Hera then sent the giant Tityos to kill Leto.

Titan Goddess

  1. LETO A Titan goddess who was loved by Zeus.

God Zeus

  1. She was the daughter of the god Zeus and Leto and the twin sister of the god Apollo.

Rape Leto

  1. The giant Tityos was slain by Apollo and Artemis after attempting to rape Leto on Hera's behalf. (Web site)

Jared Leto

  1. Jared Leto, actor a Neverwinter Nights character editor 68 Leto, an asteroid In Japanese anime series, Full Metal Alchemist, Leto is a sun god.

Violence

  1. He offered violence to Leto and was killed by Zeus or Apollo. (Web site)

Mars

  1. Mars of gleaming helmet joined the Trojans, and with him Apollo of locks unshorn, and the archer goddess Diana, Leto, Xanthus, and laughter-loving Venus. (Web site)
  2. Coming in a close second are The Hush Sound's lovely Greta Salpeter and the one and only Jared Leto of 30 Seconds to Mars.

Sons

  1. In the first book of the Iliad, the son of Zeus and Leto is as instantly identifiable by his patronymic as are the sons of Atreus.

Labor

  1. Sent by Hera to hunt Leto when she went into labor with Apollo and Artemis. (Web site)

Herself

  1. Proud of her six sons and six daughters, she boasted herself against Leto, mother of Apollo and Artemis. (Web site)

Men

  1. No, deadly destiny, with the son of Leto, has killed me, and of men it was Euphorbos; you are only my third slayer. (Web site)

Bow

  1. As Artemis fled crying to Zeus, Leto gathered up the bow and arrows which had fallen out of the quiver. (Web site)

Diana

  1. Artemis (Diana) was the daughter of Zeus and Leto. (Web site)

Aeneas

  1. Aeneas was being helped by Artemis, Leto, and Apollo.

Island

  1. Legend has it that Leto was loved by Zeus, but was chased away by jealous Hera until Leto gave birth to her twins on the island of Delos.

Gods

  1. Eventually, the gods bribed Hera with a beautiful necklace, and Eilithyia went to Leto. (Web site)

Husband

  1. Hera was angry with Zeus, her husband, because he had impregnated Leto. (Web site)

Grandmother

  1. Through Leto, she is the grandmother of Apollo and Artemis.

Orion

  1. Being disappointed, then, in his search for the king, Orion went away to Crete and spent his time hunting in company with Artemis and Leto. (Web site)

Pythagoras

  1. For most shows, Leto uses either one of two custom-made Steve McSwain guitars, a white one called " Pythagoras " or a black one called " Artemis ".

Love

  1. Hera was jealous of Leto because Zeus, the husband of Hera, had fallen in love with her. (Web site)

Jealousy

  1. When the goddesss Hera, the wife of Zeus (it was he who had coupled with Leto) found out about Leto's pregnancy, she was outraged with jealousy. (Web site)

Goddess Artemis

  1. According to one of these myths it is written that Orion boasted to goddess Artemis and her mother, Leto, that he would kill every animal on the earth. (Web site)

Letoon

  1. Letoon was a cult center during the Lycian period and remains can be seen of temples dedicated to Leto, Artemis and Apollo. (Web site)
  2. Gergis was suceeded by his son, Arbinnus of Tlos, who ruled Telmessos, Xanthos, Pinara and erected the temples of Leto and Apollo at Letoon.

Latona

  1. The son of Jupiter and Latona (Leto), born on the island of Delos. (Web site)

Coeus

  1. According to the ancient poet Hesiod, Leto was the daughter of two prominent Titans - Koios (also spelled Coeus) and Phoebe.

Asteria

  1. She was the mother of Leto and Asteria and the grandmother of Artemis.
  2. Only a bare, floating island called Ortygia (the Island of Quails) or later Asteria agreed to shelter the unhappy Leto. (Web site)

Slaying

  1. But me have ruinous Fate and the son of Leto slain, and of men Euphorbos, but thou art the third in my slaying. (Web site)

Children

  1. One of the Giants, the son of Zeus and Earth, who tried to rape Leto and was killed by Apollo and Artemis, her children.

Lycia

  1. Leto appears to have been derived from a Lycian goddess named Lada, and she had cults of local importance in Lycia and at Phaistos on Crete. (Web site)

Tartarus

  1. Zeus would have sent Apollo to Tartarus except that Leto pleaded for her son.

Hunting

  1. Leto + Zeus - The mother of Artemis, goddess of the bow and of hunting. (Web site)

Birth

  1. Leto had to find a place where the sun had never shone to give birth to the two due to a curse set by Hera, Zeus' wife, because she was angry with Zeus.
  2. Seeking revenge Hera forced Leto to roam the earth in search of a place to give birth. (Web site)
  3. An account by Callimachus has it that Hera forbade Leto to give birth on either terra firma (the mainland) or on an island. (Web site)

Dione

  1. Olympian mythography even credits him with unions with Leto, Demeter, Dione and Maia. (Web site)

Greek Mythology

  1. According to a legend within the Greek mythology, the island's original name was "Letois," after the goddess Artemis, daughter of Leto. (Web site)

Hekate

  1. Koios and Phoibe marry to make Leto, Asteria (who later marries Perses to produce Hekate). (Web site)

Goddess Leto

  1. Jealousy was the motive for the slaying of Niobe's many children, because of Niobe's flaunting her fecundity to the goddess Leto, who had only two offspring.
  2. TITYUS (Tityos) A giant who tried to rape the goddess Leto and was sent to eternal punishment in Hades. (Web site)
  3. The goddess Leto gave birth to Apollon on hte island of Delos whilst clinging to a palm tree beside the Inopos River.

Goddess

  1. According to legend, after the Goddess Leto had given birth to two children, fathered by Zeus, she wanted to bathe them in the thermal waters of Letoon. (Web site)
  2. She was contemptuous of the goddess Leto for having produced only two children, Apollo and Artemis. (Web site)
  3. Lycia was an important center of worship for the goddess Leto and later, her twin children, Apollo and Artemis. (Web site)

Titan

  1. Apollo was the son of Zeus and the Titan Leto, and the twin of Artemis. (Web site)

Hesiod

  1. But Hesiod (says that Apollo) would have been cast by Zeus into Tartarus (59); but Leto interceded for him, and he became bondman to a mortal.

Daughters

  1. Leto sent Artemis, who killed Niobe's 7 daughters, and Apollo, who killed her 7 sons. (Web site)
  2. Niobe had seven sons and daughters and boasted that she had more children than the goddess Leto. (Web site)

Daughter

  1. Artemis was the Greek goddess of the moon and hunting, the twin of Apollo and the daughter of Zeus and Leto. (Web site)
  2. That Artemis was the daughter, not of Leto but of Demeter, which is the Egyptian account, the Greeks learned from Aiskhylos the son of Euphorion. (Web site)
  3. All accounts agree, however, that she was the daughter of Zeus and Leto and that she was the twin sister of Apollo.

Son

  1. Apollo was the son of Zeus and Leto and brother of Artemis.
  2. A giant, son of Ge (Earth) whose home was traditionally located in Euboea, and who attempted violence to Latona (Leto), and suffered in Hades. (Web site)
  3. In this Pausanias quotes Praxilla, who said that Carneüs was from Crete, since he was the son of Europa and Zeus, foster-child of Apollo and Leto.

Twin Brother

  1. Artemis (as well as her twin brother, Apollo) was the daughter of the goddess Leto and Zeus.
  2. She and her twin brother, Apollo, were children of Zeus and the Titan Leto. (Web site)

Mother

  1. By her brother, Coeus, she was the mother of Leto and Asteria (Hesiod, Theogony 404-410; Apollodorus 1.1.3, 1.2.2). (Web site)
  2. Their mother Leto, having become pregnant by Zeus, was banished and was being chased by Hera, Zeus' jealous wife.
  3. Artemis and her mother Leto sent a scorpion to deal with Orion. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Religion > Gods > Zeus > Artemis
  2. Belief > Religion > Gods > Apollo
  3. Twin Sister
  4. Belief > Religion > Gods > Zeus
  5. Delos

Related Keywords

    * Apollo * Artemis * Delos * Hecate * Hera * Niobe * Phoebe * Twin Sister * Zeus
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