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Athena

This Prezi is about Athena. It will be better than Alden's.
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Grayson K

on 4 January 2013

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Goddess of the Domestic Arts, Wisdom, and War Athena Athena invented many things, including the flute, trumpet, war chariot, yoke, plow, the bridle, and the science of mathematics. Why Athena is Awesome Athena helped the great heroes Perseus, Jason, Odysseus, and Heracles in their quests. Athena's Powers Athena has the power of wisdom. She is very smart, strong, and Zeus let her use his thunderbolts. She also can summon olive trees from the ground. Athena Metis, one of Zeus's lovers, was pregnant. Zeus
was informed by Earth that if she bore a son, he
would overthrow him, so he swallowed Metis. Then He got a horrid headache and sprang from Zeus's head in full armor. Symbols Olives Bibliography Olives : http://www.freestockphotos.biz/stockphoto/10663 Athena w/spear line drawing : http://athenascafe.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/images/athena_18856_lg.23801750_std.gif Athena w/shield : http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_DYrtwZwrgmc/TTMSLHG0CCI/AAAAAAAAACs/wwDz-QULV70/s1600/athena2.jpg www.indepthinfo.com/greek-gods/athena.htm Athena was Zeus's favorite child. He even let her use his mighty weapon, the thunderbolt!! http://www.netplaces.com/classical-mythology/athena-the-peaceful-warrior/athena-the-inventor.htm http://greekmythology.com/Olympians/Athena/athena.html http://mythweb.com/gods/Athena.html http://greece.mrdonn.org/greekgods/athena.html Athena is very wise and intelligent, even more wise than any other god. Why Athena is Awesome (continued) Owl http://www.marvunapp.com/Appendix/athenami.htm Pallas Why Athena is Important Athena gave the Athenians olives, so they named their town Athens in her honor. Relatives Owl : http://openclipart.org/people/oksmith/oksmith_screech_owl.svg Father - Zeus
Mother - Metis
Half-Brothers - Apollo, Hermes, Ares, Hephaestus, Dionysus
Half-Sisters - Aphrodite, Artemis
Uncles - Posideon, Hades
Aunts - Demeter, Hera, Hestia Pallas was a mortal nymph who Athena was friends with. One day the two were playfully fighting and Athena accidentally killed her. Athena then said that she'd like to be called Pallas Athene in honor of Pallas. http://www.theoi.com/Nymphe/NymphePallas.html A.K.A. Pallas Athene, Athene, Pallas Athena, Minerva (Roman) Athena is important because she is the wisest of the gods.
She was the goddess of wisdom and the arts, as well as war, which was important. She gave the greeks olives. Athena is the patron god of the city Athens. By Grayson Kohary
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