None other than Artemis, or Diana, Apollo’s twin, and goddess of wild animals and hunting. Struck by Ever Angry Hera (or Juno), my least liked goddess, and a handful even for omnipotent Zeus.
‘Artemis sweet-garlanded lady of clamours answered him:
“It was your wife, Hera of the white arms, who hit me,
father, since hatred and fighting have fastened upon the immortals.”
Source: Homer, The Iliad of Homer, trans. Richmond Lattimore (Chicago: Chicago UP, 1961 (1951)), book XXI, p. 431-432