Athena is the ancient Greek Goddess of wisdom, knowledge, the arts, knowledge, creativity, clarity, handcrafts, war, strategy, weaving, domestic household duties and purity. She is the Goddess of civilization.
Parentage: Zeus and Metis; Triton; Poseidon and Tritonis; Poseidon and Polyphe
Here are the animals and plants sacred to Athena.
Animals of Athena
Sweet Smelling Flowers or Herbs
Lake Triton in Libya
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