In order to forestall these dire consequences, after lying with Meets, Zeus “put her away inside his own belly;” he “swallowed her down all Off He was too late: Meets had already conceived. Eventually Zeus experienced an enormous headache; Prometheus, Hyphenates, Hermes, Ares, or Palermo (depending on the sources examined) cleaved Zeus head with the double-headed Minoan axe, the labors. Athena leaped from Zeus head, fully grown and armed, with a shout? “and pealed to the broad sky her clarion cry of war.
And Ransom trembled to hear, and Mother Gaga… ” (Pinned, Seventh Olympian Ode). Plato, in the Laws, attributes the cult of Athena to the culture of Crete, introduced, he thought, from Libya during the dawn of Greek ultra. Classical myths thereafter note that Hear was so annoyed at Zeus for having produced a child that she conceived and bore Hyphenates by herself, Plato, in Crystals (BIBB) gave the etymology of her name as signifying “the mind of god”, thou noises.
The Christian apologist of the 2nd century Justine Martyr takes issue with those pagans vivo erect at springs images of Core, whom he interprets as Athena: “They said that Athena was the daughter of Zeus not from intercourse, but when the god had in mind the making Of a world through a word (logos) his first thought was Other origin tales Some origin stories tell of Athena having been born outside of Olympus and raised by the god Triton.
Fragments attributed by the Christian Subside of Caesar to the semi-legendary Phoenician historian Sanctification, which Subside thought had been written before the Trojan war, make Athena instead the daughter of Crocus, a king of Bolos who visited ‘the inhabitable world’ and bequeathed Attica to Sanctification’5 account would make Athena the sister to Zeus and Hear, not Zeus’ daughter.
Palls Athena The major competing tradition regarding Ethane’s parentage involves some of ere more mysterious epithets: Palls, as in the ancient-Greek David (also Plantains) and Iatrogenic (also Trio, Triton’s, Trainee, Triteness)_ A distant archaic separate entity named Palls is invoked as Ethane’s father, sister, foster sister, companion, or opponent in battle. Palls is Often a nymph, a daughter Of Triton (a sea god), and a childhood friend of Athena. 22] In every case, Athena kills Palls, accidentally, and thereby gains the name for herself. In one telling, they practice the arts Of war together until one day they have a falling out. As Palls is about to strike Athena, Zeus intervenes. With Palls tuned by a blow from Zeus, Athena takes advantage and kills her. Distraught over what she has done, Athena takes the name Palls for herself. When Palls is Ethane’s father the events, including her birth, are located near a body of water named Triton or Triton’s.
When Palls is Ethane’s sister or foster- sister, Ethane’s father or foster-father is Triton, the son and herald of Poseidon. But Athena may be called the daughter to Poseidon and a nymph named Triton’s, without involving Palls. Likewise, Palls may be Ethane’s father or opponent, without involving Triton.  On this topic, Walter Burke says “she s the Palls of Athens, Palls Athenian, just as Hear of Argos is Here For the Athenians, Burke notes, Athena was simply “the Goddess”, he the¶s, certainly an ancient title.
Athena Parthenon: Virgin Athena Athena never had a consort or lover and is thus known as Athena Parthenon, “Virgin Athena” _ Her most famous temple, the Parthenon, on the Acropolis in Athens takes name from this title. It is not merely an observation of her virginity, but a recognition Of her role as enforcer Of rules Of sexual modesty and ritual mystery. Even beyond recognition, the Athenians allotted the dodoes value based on this pureness of virginity as it upheld a rudiment Of female behavior in the patriarchal society.