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A beautiful minor goddess, she was one of [[Zeus Panhellenios (Earth-616)|Zeus]]' many lovers, and he eventually impregnated her.{{r|Thor: Asgard's Avenger #1|; [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]]' entry}}
 
A beautiful minor goddess, she was one of [[Zeus Panhellenios (Earth-616)|Zeus]]' many lovers, and he eventually impregnated her.{{r|Thor: Asgard's Avenger #1|; [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]]' entry}}
   
Zeus' jalous wife [[Hera Argeia (Earth-616)|Hera]] prohibited the pregnant Leto from giving birth on solid ground by mystically complleing all the interconnected lands of Earth to reject her.{{r|Thor: Asgard's Avenger #1|; [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]]' entry}}
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Zeus' jealous wife [[Hera Argeia (Earth-616)|Hera]] prohibited the pregnant Leto from giving birth on solid ground by mystically compeling all the interconnected lands of Earth to reject her.{{r|Thor: Asgard's Avenger #1|; [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]]' entry}}
   
Leto foun refuge on the floating island of [[Delos]] where she gave birth to the twins [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]], [[Phoebus Apollo (Earth-616)|Apollo]].{{r|Thor: Asgard's Avenger #1|; [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]]' entry}}
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Leto foun refuge on the floating island of [[Delos]] where she gave birth to the twins [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]] and [[Phoebus Apollo (Earth-616)|Apollo]].{{r|Thor: Asgard's Avenger #1|; [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]]' entry}}
   
 
Olympians sometimes mature in days, or even minutes, and according to myths, Artemis helped deliver Apollo shortly after she was herself born.{{r|Thor: Asgard's Avenger #1|; [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]]' entry}}
 
Olympians sometimes mature in days, or even minutes, and according to myths, Artemis helped deliver Apollo shortly after she was herself born.{{r|Thor: Asgard's Avenger #1|; [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]]' entry}}
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The siblings soon discovered their natural talent for archery and, using arrows forged by [[Hephaestus Aetnaeus (Earth-616)|Hephaestus]], slew the Earth-serpent Python that Hera had sent to attack Leto.{{r|Thor: Asgard's Avenger #1|; [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]]' entry}}{{r|Thor & Hercules: Encyclopaedia Mythologica #1|; [[Phoebus Apollo (Earth-616)|Apollo]]'s entry}}
 
The siblings soon discovered their natural talent for archery and, using arrows forged by [[Hephaestus Aetnaeus (Earth-616)|Hephaestus]], slew the Earth-serpent Python that Hera had sent to attack Leto.{{r|Thor: Asgard's Avenger #1|; [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]]' entry}}{{r|Thor & Hercules: Encyclopaedia Mythologica #1|; [[Phoebus Apollo (Earth-616)|Apollo]]'s entry}}
   
Later, Leto would secure Delos with four pillars.{{r|Thor: Asgard's Avenger #1|; [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]]' entry}}
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Later, Leto secured Delos with four pillars.{{r|Thor: Asgard's Avenger #1|; [[Artemis (Olympian) (Earth-616)|Artemis]]' entry}}
   
 
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Leto was the daughter of the Titans Coeus and Phoebe.[1]

A beautiful minor goddess, she was one of Zeus' many lovers, and he eventually impregnated her.[2]

Zeus' jealous wife Hera prohibited the pregnant Leto from giving birth on solid ground by mystically compeling all the interconnected lands of Earth to reject her.[2]

Leto foun refuge on the floating island of Delos where she gave birth to the twins Artemis and Apollo.[2]

Olympians sometimes mature in days, or even minutes, and according to myths, Artemis helped deliver Apollo shortly after she was herself born.[2]

The siblings soon discovered their natural talent for archery and, using arrows forged by Hephaestus, slew the Earth-serpent Python that Hera had sent to attack Leto.[2][1]

Later, Leto secured Delos with four pillars.[2]



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