Actaeon

Greek - Son of Aristaeus and Autonoe. Pupil of Chiron. A hunter who was changed into a stag by Artemis who caught him watching her as she bathed. In another version, he approached the goddess when he was wearing the skin of a stag, or she threw a goat-skin over him. He was torn to pieces by his own hounds. Other versions say that he suffered this fate for boasting that he was a greater hunter than Artemis herself or because he was a competitor of Zeus for the love of Semele. Also referred to as Actaeon, Aktaion, Aktaion, Actaeon or Actaeon.
Greek - One of the horses drawing the chariot of Helios. On occassion, referred to as Actaeon, Aktaion, Aktaion, Actaeon or Actaeon.

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