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to Artemis (who, by the way, is the counterpart of Diana); the article explicitly states that she is a three-faced goddess of crossroads, exactly like Hecate. I'm also going to remove the section about the poem, as it already has its own page that is noted on the disambiguation page for Trivia.--The Great Honker 18:34, 22 August 2006 (UTC)