Examples from the Web for athena
In Seattle, for instance, I met the dynamic Trish May, who launched Athena Partners.
Thus Athena replaces unreason with reason, and revenge with the spirit of clemency.
But Lingard was deaf to everything, to everybody, but Athena.
He had hardly entered it when Athena, in the form of a young girl carrying a pitcher of water, met him.
There was nothing for it now but to go and consult Athena as to what should be done.
It was she who soothed his wounded vanity when Athena mocked him in the presence of the gods and struck him to earth with a stone.Greek Sculpture|Estelle M. Hurll
He urges Hermes to convey the youth with all speed to Athens where he is to clasp the ancient image of Athena.Authors of Greece|T. W. Lumb
British Dictionary definitions for athena
Cultural definitions for athena
[Roman name Minerva]
The Greek and Roman goddess of wisdom. She had an unusual birth, springing fully grown out of the forehead of her father, Zeus. Athena was one of the goddesses angered by the Judgment of Paris, a Trojan, and she therefore helped the Greeks in the ensuing Trojan War (see also Trojan War). Eventually, she became the protector of Odysseus on his journey home.