Goddess Athena Statues
The Wise Warrior Goddess
Roman Goddess Minerva Statue
Athena Goddess Relief
Goddess Athena Rubber Stamp
14.25 inches high / 36.19cm
The warrior Goddess Athena, who was born
from her father's head clothed in full armor and battle regalia, is shown here
in detailed cold cast bronze.
with Owl and Spear
Cold Cast Bronze Resin
11.5 inches high
Athena, the Greek Warrior Goddess, sports her owl signifying wisdom, and her
spear. This Goddess will fight for what she believes in with the shield of
Medusa. Taller statue at 11.5 inches high. Nice detail and hand finishing.
Large Cold Cast Bronze
10.75 inches High
Warrior Athena, who sprang from her father's head in full regalia, is shown here
ready to do battle. Whether that is a battle of mind, body or spirit, this
warrior can help. Strong in all aspects of her life, Athena is shown here in
Warrior Goddess Bust
in marble colored resin
13.5 inches high
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Minerva- Athena Goddess Statue
with her Spear of Power
13 inches High x 2.5 inches deep x
3.25 inches wide
Deep Green colored gypsumstone statue. Here the Goddess is shown in full regalia
with her spear of power at her side and her serpent shield.
Goddess Athena Statue
with Owl, Shield, Sword and Spear
12.75 inches high
Classic depiction of Athena, in
cold cast bronze with hand finished color accents. This is an iimpressive
and heavier statue showing the warrior Goddess in full regalia.
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Typical Retail: $86.00
Athena or Roman Minerva Stamp
High Quality,100% red rubber mounted
on straight-sided hardwood blocks with a thick rubber sponge between the image
and the block.
2.5 inches x 1.5 inches.
Goddess of Wisdom, War, the Arts,
Industry, Justice and Skill
Athena was the Goddess of wisdom and women's crafts in the mythology of the
Greeks. She was also a defender against evil and as such she was a warrior
Goddess par excellence. The daughter of Zeus and Metis, when her mother became
pregnant, Gaia and Uranus told Zeus that after giving birth to a daughter, Metis
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 armor 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.
wise warrior Goddess' attributes are self-confidence, power, courage,
intelligence and diplomacy -- wonderful qualities to share as a gift with any
mentor, mother, sister or friend! The Parthenon was constructed on the
Acropolis just to house statues of her magnificent image. Athena's importance
was maintained even after warfare had transformed Greek goddess civilization.
The Romans called her Minerva.
Athena was the favorite child of Zeus. She is the
virgin mother of Erichthnonius.