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Copy of Athena- Goddess of Wisdom and War
Transcript of Copy of Athena- Goddess of Wisdom and War
5th Block Athena Wisdom Athena is the greek goddess of wisdom and war.
Being the goddess of wisdom, her symbol obviously
is the owl. The Owl also represents intelligence. Job and Duties Immortal Powers Athena's immortal powers- The AOE in Athena's owl symbol, is greek for, "of Athenians or "Athens" Athena's top three duties. 1, Being the "tutelary diety", in Homer's, _The Odyssey_, Basically protecting Odysseus. 2, Protecting the city of Athens and taking the role as a, "city goddess" 3. Managing Vegetation and planting the Olive Trees. Super strength, immunity to disease and regerative abilites, the creative life in cities. All immortals have one weakness, Athena's is her heart. She has a underdeveloped inner being. Personality :) Athena's personality consits of two sides her regular side and her dark side. Regular side: Athena was curious and sought knowledge. She was also impersonal, rational, and foucused. Dark Side: This is when Athena could be critical, judgemental and use her air of authority agaisnt others. Family Tree Athenas Father- Zeus
Hera - Aunt You see what happend was.... Athena's "Birth" ? Zeus is in love with Metis, chases her down until she finally says Yes to marry him. An Oracle of Gaea comes along and warns Zeus that his second male child will try and over throw him. Zeus get's mad and swallows Metis, she does not survive. Zeus develops a headache. Hermes observes his problem and then takes a wedge and splits his skull open. Athena springs out of his head fully grown and dressed in full armour, some headache.... Bibliography Atsma , Aaron J . "ATHENA : Greek Goddess of Wisdom, Crafts & War | Mythology, Athene, w/ pictures | Roman Minerva." THEOI GREEK MYTHOLOGY, Exploring Mythology & the Greek Gods in Classical Literature & Art. Theoi Project , n.d. Web. 15 Jan. 2013. <http://www.theoi.com/Olympios/Athena.html •
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