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  • The goddess Artemis is angry at King Oenesus because he forgot to make sacrifices with her. So she has sent a wild boar to destroy his country of Calydon. The king has asked the best hunters in Greece for help. When they arrive, Atalanta is with them. She stands before the king, looking lovely in her simple woolen robe. A quiver of arrows hangs over her left shoulder. Her right hand clasps her bow. The kings son Meleager falls in love with Atalanta instantly. Although some of the men dislike the idea of hunting with a woman, Meleager insists that she go with them.
  • Hunter
  • Atalanta
  • King Oenesus
  • Meleager
  • Meleager's uncles quarrel with him because he honored Atalanta. This quarrel leads to his death. But Atlanta's fame is just the beginning. After defeating a great hero in a wrestling match, she meets her father, Iasus.
  • When the hunters surround the boar, it attacks and kills two men. Atlalanta stays calm, and it is her arrow that first strikes the animal. Meleagar then moves for the kill.
  • Meleager's Uncles
  • Iasus
  • Wild Boar
  • As it happens, a young man named Milanion wants very much to marry Atalanta. He is smart enough to know he cannot rely on his speed to beat her. He calls upon Aphrodite. (Not part of story) Aphrodite helps Milanion win the race by giving him three golden apples. Because of how the apple are so shiny and beautiful, making any person try to take them, Milanion decides to use them by distracting Atalanta during the race.
  • Atalanta enjoys defeating all the young men who came to race her. No matter how fast they were, she is faster. She cares nothing for their promises of love. Her actions do not go unnoticed by Aphrodite, the goddess of love on Mount Olympus.
  • Aphrodite
  • Milanion
  • The day arrives when Milanion and Atalanta are to race. Atalanta looks so confident  of her skill that Milanion almost despairs of being able to succeed in his plan.
  • The race begins. Milanion is swift, but Atalanta is pulling ahead. He rolls his first golden apple right in front of her.
  • This time, Milanion throws his apple to Atalanta's side. She has to move to the right to pick it up.
  • The third golden apple rolls right in front of Atalanta and onto the side of the racecourse. She sees it glinting in the green grass and follows it.
  • Ending (not part of the script) : Milanion wins the race and so Atalanta becomes his wife.
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