Two things I can't comprehend though--- why does Actaeon have horns and why doesn't Diana show any anguish while her loves face is releasing to the grave. Diana seems to be hard and so sure of herself.
I read a translation from Ovid's Latin Metamorphoses. The ancient story says Actaeon, a leader of men, was coming home from a long hunt (for men or beast it didn't say). While his men were resting and cleaning in a nearby stream, Actaeon wandered off to a nearby pool where the goddess Diana and here servants were bathing. Diana saw him and her servants screamed. She walked up to him and said, "At least you can say you saw me naked!aE Then Diana sprinkled some kind of dust on him and he began to run but she said some ancient words and he grew horns. She told her servant girls she wished she had