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- The Queen of the Air - Being a Study of the Greek Myths of Cloud
- Study, supplementary to the preceding lecture, of the supposed and actual relations of Athena to the vital force in material organism. III. ATHENA ERGANE.
- From the Works of John Ruskin
- THE LAMP OF MEMORY. •. THE LAMP OF OBEDIENCE.
- For Athena
- Of Athena, Strong and Great. Rebuild your strength as you need. Consolidate - Time and Courage will.
- English PDF - Agathe.gr
- other of Athena, the goddess of the city and a patron of crafts.
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- Gods and priests
- Just as Poseidon controlled the seas, Zeus the weather, and Hades the underworld, Artemis was responsible for hunting, Zeus' wife Hera for marriage, Aphrodite for love, and Hephaestus (together with Athena Ergane) for handicrafts.
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- Athena - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- She was the patroness of various crafts, especially weaving, as Athena Ergane; the metalwork of weapons also fell under her patronage.
- Athena: Greek Goddess of Wisdom
- Jan 6, 2008 In Athens they called her Athena Ergane (Worker) and were very devoted to her because of her crafts.
- Athena Ergane definition of Athena Ergane in the Free Online
- Athena or Pallas Athena in Greek religion and mythology, one of the most important Olympian deities.
- Athena Ergane - definition of Athena Ergane by the Free Online
- A·the·na ( -th n ) also A·the·ne (-n ). n. Greek Mythology.
- Athena Ergane - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Athena
- Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Athena Ergane. Athena Ergane. Information about Athena Ergane in the Hutchinson encyclopedia.
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