Goddess Minerva - Athena working creatively

Item number: HDIO-009

She is the goddess of wisdom, war and art and craft. Simultaneously, the eponym Athens.

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Dimensions ( length × width × height ):
4,00 × 3,00 × 12,00 cm

Working creatively historicals Minerva - Athena

Eyes like the sun

Athene Minerva is the Roman goddess of the moon. She stood for crafts, war but also for healing and wisdom. Your magic eyes were equated with the sun and Minerva Athena personified death as well as rebirth. She brought the Roman population activities such as weaving, sewing and spinning closer. She taught the healing art, which techniques are waged war and has called a goddess the flint into life. Minerva Athena invented the music and the poetry. It symbolizes the wisdom of regency and female power.

War goddess Minerva

As goddess of the great activities Minerva Athena is called. For all people who work with small-scale or intellectual force, she is the patron goddess. For example, teachers, craftsmen, artists and doctors. The wise Minerva Athena's protector and adviser in one. She is wise and through its wisdom it becomes a strategist. The Goddess always acted prudently, especially in times of war.

A Minerva image that was salvaged from the 4th century BC, looks very scary. It shows a snake with three heads, which winds around the body of Minerva Athene.

  • Solid cardboard
  • Various sheets about 30 x 21 cm
  • height of the figure about 9 to 13 cm
  • very good quality of the printing
  • Simple instructions for crafting

A life-sized Fund

There is a bronze statue of the 6th century BC, the Minerva Athene shows how she covers her chest with a breastplate. This showcases oracle snakes and the Medusa head. Contributing the goddess a helmet with an overpowering comb and holding a throwing spear ready in one hand.

Exciting archeology

Let experiencing an exciting piece of history your students and convey playfully what has happened in ancient Rome.

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