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Medeina  (derived from medis (tree) and medė (forest)), is one of the main deities in the Lithuanian mythology.  She is a ruler of forests, trees and animals. 

Medeina is single and unwilling to get married, though a voluptuous and beautiful huntress.  She is depicted as a young woman and a she-wolf with an escort of wolves. 

Medeina is a goddess with both divine and demonic traits. Her duty is not to help the hunters, but to protect the forest.  Five temples have been identified with sacred stones in hills and forests, and ten Wolf-footprints (stones with hollows that resemble a footprint) in Lithuania that were related to the cult of Medeina.  

Her name was recorded in 1261 in John Malalas’ Chronicle, and in the Hypatian Codex, describing events of 1252, which mentioned pagan gods still worshiped by the King, including Medeina.  After forced Christianization of Lithuania, the cult diminished.

Medeina was related and similar to Greek Artemis and Roman Diana, and was sometimes called Diana.