Pallas Athena - a goddess of Greek mythology.
As patron goddess and eponym of the Greek city of Athens, she represents the goddess of wisdom, strategy and
of the fight, the art, the craft and the handicraft there!
With the Romans this popular goddess is known under the name Minerva.
She is considered skillful, courageous and prudent and ready to do anything for her Athenians.
Athena, the most important companion and protective goddess of the great Greek heroes such as Achill, Ulysses,
Heracles and Perseus. She gives the vital olive tree (olive tree) to her Athenians
However, Athena does not get along with Medusa, the erotic and powerful aspect of her divinity.
She disowned her familiar, girlishly beautiful companion Medusa when she
loses her virginity and transforms Medusa into the Gorgon monster she is known as today.
Athena sends out the hero Perseus to kill Medusa, thus securing the Gorgon head as a highly effective weapon.
Surnames of the goddess:
Pallas - the strong one
The owl-eyed one - can see in the dark
Parthenos - the virgin
Atribute - the owl , snake
Distinguishing features: shield, spear, armour and golden armor
Typical tools: spindle, loom and pots