Kittichai Wathanapanyachon[TAE] English-Mythology Project May 20, 2011 "Athena"
Athena Parthenos or Minerva are the name that referred to Pallas Athena.
Athena is the goddess of wisdom, civilization, warefare, strength, strategy, female arts, crafts, justice and skill.
Family members Zeus(Father) Metis(Mother) Erichthonius(Son/Daughther) Hermes(Brother) Aphrodite(Sister)
Athena powers-a superhuman strength. -immortal -fly at a great speed -change her size or form her appear -make herself invisible from mortal eyesight
Athena also can-create illusory images -control shape and form of objects or people
Animal Symbols - owl (wisdom) -dove (victory)
Medusa lay with Poseidon in the temple of Athena and Hephasteus. So Athena curse on her.
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