V-XII century

In Roman mythology, Diana was the virgin goddess of the hunt, protector of nature and the Moon. Its equivalent Greek goddess in literature is Artemis, although in terms of cult it was of Italic origin. Diana was regarded with great reverence by lower-class citizens and slaves, who were able to receive asylum in her temples. The next episode will try to put in context the cult of the Goddess Diana, one of the most revered figures in paganism.