Later, when the Goddess Phoebe later traveled to Delphi, the Titans tried to kidnap her, but Apollo intervened and killed them with arrows.
In the painting of Greek vases, Latona (Leto) was generally described as a woman who lifts the veil in a gesture of modesty. She was usually described with her two children. The exact meaning of her name is obscure, some commentators try to connect it with the word Letho, to pass unnoticed, suggestive of modesty, others derive from the word Lycia for the woman, lada.
Whenever she appears in the images she is protecting her children, because of the python snake. This is due to the problem that arose with Hera. Leto is described as "golden-haired".