Athene - Olympian goddess of wisdom and valour. Lends her name to the capital she came to protect, having vied with, and succeeded against, Poseidon for patronage of the city. The voice of equitable justice and reason. Daughter of Metis and Zeus (prior to his marriage to Hera) and reputed to have emerged fully grown from his head wearing what would become her trademark robe and helmet
The Greek goddess of wisdom, strategy, and war associated by the Etruscans with their goddess Menrva, and later by the Romans as Minerva, is attended by an owl, wore a goatskin breastplate called the Aegis given to her by her father and is accompanied by the goddess of victory, Nike. Athena is also a goddess associated with mentoring heroes.
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(Greek mythology) goddess of wisdom and useful arts and prudent warfare; guardian of Athens; identified with Roman Minerva
a goddess who presents us with a vision of calm majesty with an investigative mind -- the domination of intelligence over passion
In the old Greece, name for the goddess of fertility. In the present context, name for a co-operation project between MIT, IBM and Digital. Project Athena is among others the origin of X-windows and Kerberos, but it has also a great number of less-known components.
Greek; Warrior Goddess and Protectress. Someone giving you a rough time at work? Call on Athena to help you.
Greek goddess of wisdom, skills, and warfare, and patron of Athens; the ancient Romans knew her as Minerva
Greek goddess of war, wisdom and arts and crafts. The patron of the city of Athens and the deity to whom the Parthenon was dedicated. Athenians regarded her as their protector and to be thanked for their military victories.
Greek goddess of wisdom, the navy, and the crafts; daughter of Zeus; patron deity of Athens
Greek goddess of wisdom and skill. Daughter of Zeus.
In Greek mythology, Athena (Greek: , AthÄ“nÃ¢, or , AthÃ©nÄ“; Doric: , AsÃ¡na) was the goddess of civilization, specifically wisdom, weaving, crafts and the more disciplined side of war (violence and bloodlust were Ares' domain). Athena's wisdom encompasses the technical knowledge employed in weaving, metal-working, but also includes the cunning intelligence (metis) of such figures as Odysseus. The owl and the olive tree are sacred to her.