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					  Athena
By S Yuriar
 Period 2
Ms. Lovejoy
 12-16-08
Symbols and objects
   Her symbol is
    an owl. The owl
    is always on her
    shoulder. Her
    objects are her
    armor that she
    always carries
    with her
Legend/Story
         She was the goddess
          of crafts and the
          domestic arts.
         Her symbol is the owl
          and she was the
          greatest goddess
          symbolized with the
          form of a bird.
         She had come the
          regarded as a goddess
          of wisdom.
Character traits

                Athena is really
                 wise and tough
                 because all the
                 armor she
                 carries. She is
                 to protect the
                 people of the
                 cities.
                Children

   Athena never had
    a husband, didn’t
    fall in love, and
    didn’t have no
    children.
    Parents/Creation
Athena’s mother Metis
                           Athena didn’t have
                            no mom.
                           Zeus is Athena’s
                            father.
                            Zeus swallowed
                            Metis, while she
                            was still pregnant.
                            That’s how Athena
                            was born out of
                            Zeus head.
The goddess of wisdom and war

   Hephaestus fell
    madly in love with
    Athena but Athena
    didn’t love him
    back.
   Erichthonius was
    produced and
    Athena raised him
    as his own child in
    the city of Athens.
  Inventions/Creation
It was said that Athena
 has invented the war-
 chariot and the art of
 horse-taming and
 Bellerophon tried to
 catch it and tame it but
 he failed doing it. But
 she invent the music
 and the flute.
   She was
    represents a
    pyramid of
    stability where
    the base of her
    warrior insticts.
   She is even
    painted on a
    vase.

				
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