As the goddess of war, victory, craft, and wisdom, Athena was one of the most important figures in Greece. Sometimes referred to with the surname “Pallas Athene,” she was said to have been born from her father Zeus’ head in full armor. Her birth represents a strong identification as a “Daddy’s Girl” and a warrior. Athena was also considered the patroness for heroes of ancient times, such as Hercules, and wore Medusa’s head on her breastplate after helping Perseus kill her—though that’s a myth for another time.
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