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  Pallas Athena Standing With Nike Statue
Pallas Athena Standing With Nike Statue Replica
Pallas Athena Standing With Nike Statue


Athena was the Greek Goddess of wisdom and women's crafts. She was also a defender against evil and a warrior Goddess par excellence. She was the daughter of Zeus and Metis. When Metis became pregnant, Gaia and Uranus told Zeus that after giving birth to a daughter, she would then have a son by Zeus who would later dethrone him. On Gaia's advice, Zeus swallowed Metis. When the time came for the child to be born, Zeus was afflicted with a dreadful headache and sought the help of Hephaestus who split his skull with a bronze axe to relieve the pain. A girl in full armour sprang forth from his head: It was Athena. Athena's attributes were the spear, the helmet and the Aegis (a goat-skin shield). She attached the Gorgon's head which Perseus had given her to her shield, and this turned to stone every living thing that looked at it.


Price: $70.00
Product Code: FMIG-041SM
Size: 4.5" X 3 " X 10.5" High
Casting Medium: Designer Resin
Safe for Outdoor Use: Yes
Pictured Finish: Museum White
Time to Ship: 3 business days
Availability: In-Stock
Shipping and Handling: 12.95
 
 

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