Drusiana

Drusiana

restored to life by John the Evangelist. [Christian Hagiog.: Golden Legend]
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The first story, "Het gevecht der Artemiden" (The Battle of the Artemides), discusses the strange behavior, suicide, and resurrection of Drusiana from the perspective of her servant Tyche--who attributes the events to her mistress's shock on seeing the Ephesian depiction of Artemis as the goddess of lust, whereas she had always modeled herself on Arcadian Artemis, the virgin goddess--and from the viewpoint of the majordomo Josef, a Christian.