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Minerva (Athena) ("Parthenos"), Roman statue (marble), copy after Greek original by Phidias, ? (original 5th c. BC), (Palazzo Ducale, Mantua).

Minerva (Athena) ("Parthenos"), Roman statue (marble), copy after Greek original by Phidias, ? (original 5th c. BC), (Palazzo Ducale, Mantua).

Pallas Athena statue. Austria, Vienna, Austrian Parliament Building. Photo: Yair Haklai. www.decorarconarte.com

Pallas Athena statue. Austria, Vienna, Austrian Parliament Building. Photo: Yair Haklai. www.decorarconarte.com

An owl is a symbol of Athena because Athena is the goddess of wisdom and an owl represents wisdom and is an intelligent bird and there is an owl that follows Athena and the owl is called "the owl of Athena"

An owl is a symbol of Athena because Athena is the goddess of wisdom and an owl represents wisdom and is an intelligent bird and there is an owl that follows Athena and the owl is called "the owl of Athena"

Dieu de l'Artémision, bronze antique représentant Zeus ou Poséidon - Ve siècle avant notre ère - Musée national archéologique d'Athènes.

Dieu de l'Artémision, bronze antique représentant Zeus ou Poséidon - Ve siècle avant notre ère - Musée national archéologique d'Athènes.

Atena

Atena

Leonard Porter Perseus and Andromeda - Google Search

Leonard Porter Perseus and Andromeda - Google Search

Athena is the Greek Goddess of wisdom, justice, and war. She is the daughter of Zeus and Metis, another Goddess of wisdom. When he found out that Metis was pregnant, Zeus, fearing that she would bear a son who would be mightier than him, swallowed her. Metis fashioned a robe and helmet for the daughter she would soon have, and the hammering of the helmet caused Zeus great headaches. To ease his father’s pain, Hephaistos split his skull open with his mighty ax, and Athena emerged, fully grown…

Athena is the Greek Goddess of wisdom, justice, and war. She is the daughter of Zeus and Metis, another Goddess of wisdom. When he found out that Metis was pregnant, Zeus, fearing that she would bear a son who would be mightier than him, swallowed her. Metis fashioned a robe and helmet for the daughter she would soon have, and the hammering of the helmet caused Zeus great headaches. To ease his father’s pain, Hephaistos split his skull open with his mighty ax, and Athena emerged, fully grown…

Apollo Musagetes,Roman 2nd century AD Hadrianic period  Museo Pio Clementino  Vaticano

Apollo Musagetes,Roman 2nd century AD Hadrianic period Museo Pio Clementino Vaticano

Athena - Goddesses Photo (16473520) - Fanpop

Athena - Goddesses Photo (16473520) - Fanpop

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