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Alysianna

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Athena, The God Of Wisdom By:Alysianna Keown Athens Birth The Life of Athena Athena's mother, Metis, was married to Zeus. Then Zeus herd that Metis was going to have a daughter and a son. The son would overthrough Zeus. This made Zeus furious! As a matter of fact, he was so angry that he swallowed Metis. Because of this, Zeus got a terrible head ache. And out came a baby girl. Her name was Athena. Photos of Athena Athena's symbol is an owl. The owl stands for wisdom. Her other symbol is the olive tree which stands for peace. Her weapon Fun Facts is the spear. To become the ruling Goddess of Athens, she competed with Poseidon. She Gave an olive tree. Athena's Family Athena's father was Zeus, and her mother was Metis. Her brother was eaten by Zeus. His name was AGDISTIS. Athena's Husband H e p h a e s t u s is Athena's husband. His symbol is fire. Athena's children true or false: Athena had no children True Did you Know? At one point, Athena was married to Zeus, her father! One woman said that she was
a better weaver than Athena. She turned her into a spider! One of the most famous images of Athena is the
Athena Parthenon which stood
in the Parthenon at Athens and
was sculpted by Phidias. Athena made Medusa into the monster with a head of snakes. Athena fought on the Greek side during the Trojan war. The end References www.Zeus.com
www.Athena.com
www.Athena's family.com
Evans, Lady Hestia. The Gods, Heroes, and Monsters of Ancient Greece. Candlewick Press. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1825.
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