Introduction to semiotics of Culture Athena - Minerva. Vesa Matteo Piludu. University of Helsinki. The goddess Athene is birthed from the skull of Zeus. The god sits on a crane-backed chair, holding a lightning bolt in his left hand.
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Introduction to semiotics of CultureAthena - Minerva
Vesa Matteo Piludu
University of Helsinki
The goddess Athene is birthed from the skull of Zeus. The god sits on a crane-backed chair, holding a lightning bolt in his left hand.
Two Eileithyiai, goddesses of childbirth, stand on either side with arms raised to release the child.
To the left is Hermes with his herald wand, and Hephaistos (or Prometheus) stepping away with the axe used to split open the head of the god.