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Another sanctuary, more recently identified, was at Oenoanda in the north of Lycia. Leto was intensely worshipped in Lycia, Anatolia. Herodotus reported  a temple to her in Egypt supposedly attached to a floating island  called " Khemmis " in Buto , which also included a temple to an Egyptian god Greeks identified by interpretatio graeca as Apollo.
There, Herodotus was given to understand, the goddess whom Greeks recognised as Leto was worshipped in the form of Wadjet, the cobra-headed goddess of Lower Egypt.
Leto was also worshipped in Crete , whether one of "certain Cretan goddesses, or Greek goddesses in their Cretan form, influenced by the Minoan goddess".
Pindar calls the goddess Leto Chryselakatos ,  an epithet that was attached to her daughter Artemis as early as Homer. Brendel notes, but a lucky survival of an inscribed inventory of her temple on Delos, where she was the central figures of the Delian trinity, records her cult image as sitting on a wooden throne, clothed in a linen chiton and a linen himation.
According to Pseudo-Apollodorus Biblioteca "Latona for her intrigue with Zeus was hunted by Hera over the whole earth, till she came to the floating island of Delos and brought forth first Artemis, by the help of whose midwifery, with the help of Artemis, nine days later, she afterwards gave birth to Apollo.
Antoninus Liberalis hints that Leto came down from Hyperborea in the guise of a she-wolf, or that she sought out the "wolf-country" of Lycia, formerly called Tremilis, which she renamed to honour wolves that had befriended her.
Wolves are not easily delivered of their young, only after twelve days and twelve nights, for the people of Delos maintain that this was the length of time that it took Leto to travel from the Hyperboreoi to Delos.
Leto found the barren floating island of Delos , still bearing its archaic name of Asterios, which was neither mainland nor a real island and gave birth there, promising the island wealth from the worshippers who would flock to the obscure birthplace of the splendid god who was to come.
As a gesture of gratitude, Delos was secured with four pillars and later became sacred to Apollo. Callimachus wrote that it is remarkable that Leto brought forth Artemis, the elder twin, without travail.
By contrast, according to the Homeric Hymn to Delian Apollo , Leto labored for nine nights and nine days for Apollo, in the presence of all the first among the deathless goddesses as witnesses: Dione , Rhea , Ichnaea , Themis and the sea-goddess Amphitrite.
Only Hera kept apart, perhaps to kidnap Eileithyia , the goddess of childbirth, to prevent Leto from going into labor.
Instead, Artemis, having been born first, assisted with the birth of Apollo. Another version, in the Homeric Hymn to Delian Apollo and in an Orphic hymn, states that Artemis was born before Apollo, on the island of Ortygia , and that she helped Leto cross the sea to Delos the next day to give birth to Apollo there.
According to the Homeric hymn, the goddesses who assembled to witness the birth of Apollo were responding to a public occasion in the rites of a dynasty, where the authenticity of the child must be established beyond doubt from the first moment.
The dynastic rite of the witnessed birth must have been familiar to the hymn's hearers. Demeter was not present and Aphrodite was not either, but Rhea attended.
The goddess Dione in her name simply the "Goddess" is sometimes taken by later mythographers as a mere feminine form of Zeus see entry Dodona.
If that was the case, she would not have assembled there. Leto was threatened and assailed in her wanderings by chthonic monsters of the ancient earth and old ways, and these became the enemies of Apollo and Artemis.
One was the giant Tityos , a phallic being who grew so vast that he split his mother's womb and had to be carried to term by Gaia herself.
Another ancient earth creature that had to be overcome was the dragon Python , which lived in a cleft of the mother-rock beneath Delphi and beside the Castalian Spring.
Apollo slew it but had to do penance and be cleansed afterward, since though Python was a child of Gaia, it was necessary that the ancient Delphic Oracle passed to the protection of the new god.
Niobe , a queen of Thebes and wife of Amphion , boasted of her superiority to Leto because she had fourteen children Niobids , seven sons and seven daughters, while Leto had only two.
For her hubris , Apollo killed her sons as they practiced athletics, and Artemis killed her daughters. Apollo and Artemis used poisoned arrows to kill them, though according to some versions a number of the Niobids were spared.
Other sources say that Artemis spared one of the girls. Chloris , usually. Amphion, at the sight of his dead sons, either killed himself or was killed by Zeus after swearing revenge.
A devastated Niobe fled to Mount Sipylus in Asia Minor and either turned to stone as she wept or killed herself. Her tears formed the river Achelous.
Zeus had turned all the people of Thebes to stone so no one buried the Niobids until the ninth day after their death when the gods themselves entombed them.
Niobe, queen of Thebes, enters in the midst of the worship and insults the goddess, claiming that having beauty, better parentage and more children than Latona, she is more fit to be worshipped than the goddess.
To punish this insolence, Latona begs Apollo and Artemis to avenge her against Niobe and to uphold her honor. Obedient to their mother, the twins slay Niobe's seven sons and seven daughters, leaving her childless, and her husband Amphion kills himself.
Niobe is unable to move from grief and seemingly turns to marble, though she continues to weep, and her body is transported to a high mountain peak in her native land.
Leto's introduction into Lycia was met with resistance. There, according to Ovid 's Metamorphoses ,  when Leto was wandering the earth after giving birth to Apollo and Artemis, she attempted to drink water from a pond in Lycia.
Leto turned them into frogs for their inhospitality, forever doomed to swim in the murky waters of ponds and rivers. This scene, usually called Latona and the Lycian Peasants or Latona and the Frogs , was popular in Northern Mannerist art,  allowing a combination of mythology with landscape painting and peasant scenes, thus combining history painting and genre painting.
It is represented in the central fountain, the Bassin de Latone , in the garden terrace of Versailles. In Crete , at the city of Dreros , Spyridon Marinatos uncovered an eighth-century post- Minoan hearth house temple in which there were found three unique figures of Apollo, Artemis and Leto made of brass sheeting hammered over a shaped core sphyrelata.