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Resultado de imagem para corujas

Resultado de imagem para corujas

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athena  by imagination

athena by imagination

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Naturalistic Traditions: Were the Classical Greeks naturalistic?

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Sara Blomqvist in Rodarte for Twin #4 by Ben Toms

Sara Blomqvist in Rodarte for Twin #4 by Ben Toms

Athena was the Goddess of metal smiths, potters, weavers, and goldsmiths, similar to the Celtic Goddess, Brigit. She was credited with inspiration to shipbuilders. To promote agricultural development, Athena taught the Greeks how to make such tools as the ox yoke, the rake, and the plow. She gave the olive tree to Athens, her sacred city, which in turn promoted the Greeks' prosperous cultivation of the olive crop. The Magical Circle School http://www.themagicalcircle.net

Athena was the Goddess of metal smiths, potters, weavers, and goldsmiths, similar to the Celtic Goddess, Brigit. She was credited with inspiration to shipbuilders. To promote agricultural development, Athena taught the Greeks how to make such tools as the ox yoke, the rake, and the plow. She gave the olive tree to Athens, her sacred city, which in turn promoted the Greeks' prosperous cultivation of the olive crop. The Magical Circle School http://www.themagicalcircle.net

Athena - Greek goddess of warfare, and patroness of Athens.  Often associated with the owl.  In Homer's epic poem "the Odyssey," it is Athena who aids Odysseus on his journey home, thus counterbalancing the ill-will of the sea god Poseidon.

Athena - Greek goddess of warfare, and patroness of Athens. Often associated with the owl. In Homer's epic poem "the Odyssey," it is Athena who aids Odysseus on his journey home, thus counterbalancing the ill-will of the sea god Poseidon.

Athena Glaukopis. A form of the Wisdom-Goddess Athena in her aspect of a bright-eyed Owl Goddess. Glaukopis is related to the Greek glaux, the name for the little owl (Latin: Athene noctua), the specific type of owl sacred to her. Most likely originally meant "owl-faced" or "owl-eyed"; over time, through association with Athena, it came to mean "blue-eyed" or "grey-eyed", and it is a very familiar epithet of Athena in the Odyssey. In English the word glaucous derives from the Greek, and…

Athena Glaukopis. A form of the Wisdom-Goddess Athena in her aspect of a bright-eyed Owl Goddess. Glaukopis is related to the Greek glaux, the name for the little owl (Latin: Athene noctua), the specific type of owl sacred to her. Most likely originally meant "owl-faced" or "owl-eyed"; over time, through association with Athena, it came to mean "blue-eyed" or "grey-eyed", and it is a very familiar epithet of Athena in the Odyssey. In English the word glaucous derives from the Greek, and…

"Sorrow Seeping While She's Sleeping" by Lisa Falzon (meluseena @ DeviantArt.com) (© 2011)

"Sorrow Seeping While She's Sleeping" by Lisa Falzon (meluseena @ DeviantArt.com) (© 2011)

Impressionism | Romantic Impressionism. Lucia Sarto Art

Impressionism | Romantic Impressionism. Lucia Sarto Art

Patrick McGrath Muñiz: Athena and her owl

Patrick McGrath Muñiz: Athena and her owl

athena coruja - Pesquisa Google

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