►Greek Mythology: “Athena, Goddess of Wisdom”.-

For all you goddesses of wisdom, check out what Aquileana wrote about Athena.

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"Minerva, the Goddess of Wisdom and Knowledge"  by Willem De Poorter. (17th century). “Minerva, the Goddess of Wisdom and Knowledge” by Willem De Poorter. (17th century).

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Athena (Roman Equivalent: Minerva) was the city protectress of Athens and goddess of war, handicraft, wisdom and practical reason.

She was the daughter of Zeus and Metis, but she was born produced without a mother, so that she emerged full-grown from his forehead. The story of Athena’s birth is perfectly told in the post “The Weirdest Births of Mythology”~ Micromythos. It is said that while Metis was pregnant, Zeus ate the fetus following Uranos’ and Gea’s advice, who told him that if a boy was born, he would snatch his father’s power. The fetus was then carried in Zeus’ skull during nine months. After that time, the god had a terrible headache and ask the blacksmith god Hephaestus to split his head with an axe in order to relieve him from his pain. Then Athena, already as…

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2 thoughts on “►Greek Mythology: “Athena, Goddess of Wisdom”.-

  1. Aquileana March 2, 2015 / 12:34 am

    Thank you very much for sharing dear Angie… All my best wishes to you, Aquileana 😀

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