Athena The goddess of wisdom, War and craft

This is the tetradrachme
  • Athena was the goddess of war, the female counterpart of Ares
  • She was the daughter of Zeus, no mother bore her
  • According to Homer's account in the lilliad, Athena was a fierce and ruthless warrior
  • Athenians dedicated a temple to Athena called the Parthenon
  • Inspired many Greek heroes as Heracles, Oddysseus, and Perseus
Here are some more pictures of Athena

Felson, Nancy. "Athena." World Book Student. World Book, 2017. Web. 4 Jan. 2017

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