Athena Goddess of wisdom,war and craft By Annica Christon

Athena was the goddess of wisdom, war, and craft, she is the daughter of Zeus. she didn't have a mother she sprang full grown and clad in Armour from Zeus forehead. She was fierce in battle, she only took part in wars that defended the state and home from outside enemies. She invented the bridle, which let men tame horses, she also invented the trumpet, flute, and the pot and many others. She was Zeus favorite child, he let her use his weapons including his thunderbolt.
1) often symbolized as the owl, because an owl sat on Athena's blind side the owl best describes her by showing that she can see anything and also that the owl helps her to see. 2) she was appraised to having generosity and compassion it best described her by showing how much of a good goddess she was and that she would spare people. 3) she was a patron of the arts and crafts especially when she did spinning and weaving, this best describes her by how she was good at what she did and that she was also good at making things that were needed.
What did Athena Value? Athena valued trust and honesty from her people and when she didn't get that she she would give them a punishment for it, she would either drive the people that didn't listen to her mad or she would put a curse on them (medusa).
Discussion: Athena is a better goddess than the other gods and goddess because she is very generous and compassionate and she was very good at wining her wars and she also was good at making things like a trumpet and also like the flute.

Citations: 1) Athena." Athena. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Dec. 2016. 2) “Athena.” Athena, www.greekmythology.com/Olympians/Athena/Athena.html. 3) “Athena, Goddess of Wisdom.” Athena, Goddess of Wisdom, www.perseus.tufts.edu/Herakles/athena.htm

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