Actaeon in Wikipedia

In Greek mythology, Actaeon (pronounced /ækˈtiːən/) (Greek: Άκταίων), son of the priestly herdsman Aristaeus and Autonoe in Boeotia, was a famous Theban hero. [1] Like Achilles in a later generation. he was trained by the centaur Cheiron. He fell to the fatal wrath of Artemis,[2] but the surviving details of his transgression vary: "the only certainty is in what Aktaion suffered, his πάθος, and what Artemis did: the hunter became the hunted; he was transformed into a stag, and his raging hounds, struck with a 'wolf's frenzy' (λύσσα), tore him apart as they would a stag."[3] This is the iconic motif by which Actaeon is recognized, both in ancient art and in Renaissance and post-Renaissance depictions...

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