Athena

Athena

Athena Athena is portrayed as the virginal warrior goddess throughout Greek literature and mythology; she has several later interpretations, in other religions and traditional beliefs as well. Athena later became Minerva, of the Romans, and then Sulis, to the Celts. Throughout history the same fierce, cunning, and wise virginal maiden has been a primary figure … ...
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Demeter

In Greek mythology, Demeter is the goddess of grain and fertility, and so nurtures the young and the earth from which food grows and regulates the cycle of life and death and the turning of the seasons. She also guards marriage and sacred law. The word “cereal” comes from the ancient Roman goddess Ceres, a … ...
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Diana

Diana, the Roman goddess of the hunt and one of the most well-known goddesses of ancient European origin, has survived through the ages in many aspects and names and continues to be revered in modern Wiccan practices as a moon-goddess and represented in popular culture. Her name means “maiden goddess,” associated with chastity, but also … ...
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Minerva

Minerva was the Roman goddess of wisdom, arts and crafts, dyeing, medicine, science, trade, and war. She is also thought to have invented musical instruments and numbers. She is the patroness of physicians, and also known as Minerva Medica. She is depicted as a warrior; with helmet, shield, and spear. When writing about her, some … ...
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Sulis

The Goddess Sul, or Sulis, was worshipped locally at Bath in Somerset, England, and was the deity associated specifically with the natural hot springs at Bath. She was called Sulis Minerva by the Romans occupying Britain during ancient times, a combination of the local name and that of the Roman goddess Minerva, who was the … ...
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